Last chance to buy the general pass for the price of 145 euros, which as of noon today will cost 160 euros. At the same time, daily tickets will be available at all points of sale throughout the country, at MEO Stores, and for 65 euros.

The line-up for MEO Kalorama 2023 was closed today with the confirmation of the incomparable The Prodigy, who will do the honors on the first day of the festival, on August 31, and Lil Silva, who will perform on the last day of the festival, on September 2.

To the delight of the legion of Prodigy fans, a band that was able to create a unique sound between electronics, punk and hardcore, thus deserving the status of one of the most important in the history of late 20th / early 21st century music, the return of the Prodigy to Lisbon in the context of the current European tour is an opportunity not to be missed. After the disappearance of Keith Flint, one of the charismatic and incendiary vocalists of the band, in the summer of 2022 and on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the iconic album “Fat Of The Land”, the remaining members, Liam Howlett and Maxim, are back on the road and this year the MEO Kalorama community will be part of the celebration.

Lil Silva, who over the past 12 years has accumulated songwriting credits for names like Adele, Mark Ronson or BANKS, while managing to maintain his own style in the UK funk scene, presented her first fulllength last year. “Yesterday is Heavy” features collaborations with artists such as Sampha, Little Dragon or BADBADNOTGOOD and reveals above all the excellence of someone who spent more than a decade maturing his musical language: synthesizers and beats that invite to the progressive club experience, always in a dreamy and deeply involving atmosphere.

In recent months the program has been unveiled and today the line-up has been definitively closed, presenting a bold proposal that goes far beyond safe values such as Arcade Fire, who close the festival on September 2, or Florence + The Machine, headliner on September 1, and The Prodigy announced today as headliners of the first day of the festival, on August 31. As stated by MEO Kalorama’s communication director, Andreia Criner, in a press conference at Metaverse last week: “Between the lines you can read the boldness of MEO Kalorama’s proposals”. Aphex Twin will be preceded by the performances of the female armada Arca and Shygirl, on the same day as Belle and Sebastian, and the phenomena FKJ, Ethel Cain and Tamino; on the first day, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Blaze, M83 bring new records and shows, while José González celebrates the 20 years of his classic debut album, playing it in its entirety; and closing, the decades-awaited return of Siouxie and The Hives, as well as the muchanticipated Pabllo Vittar show. And then the national music contingent with Dino D’Santiago, Pongo, Selma Uamusse, Scúru Fitchádu, among many others. And the electronic music that besides being represented on the 3 stages still has its own space, the Panorama, which will be the first to open and the last to close daily.


Daily tickets and the 3-day pass are on sale at and, at MEO stores and as of today at the usual places. It is also already possible to book the camping services by presenting a promotional code (more information on the website), which includes Camping and Bungalows, with several accommodation options, the novelty for this 2nd edition of MEO Kalorama being the possibility of accommodation in Glamping – DOMO Camp, providing an even more comfortable stay. All offers are complemented by a free shuttle service between Lisbon Camping and the festival site.


In this second edition, Last Tour, promoter of MEO Kalorama, consolidates the 3 pillars of the festival, Music, Art and Sustainability, at a time when it has obtained the prestigious B CORP certification, which attests to its commitment to the community and the planet, in line with UN Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals.

The Art project, the second pillar of MEO Kalorama, will be more ambitious this year. Soon the curatorship of the project will be revealed as well as the artists who this year will be in charge of the art installations that will cover not only the stages but will also be distributed around the enclosure.

Regarding Sustainability, the third and last pillar of the festival, which integrates the social, environmental and economic areas, this year MEO Kalorama reinforces its strategy by hiring new artists from the neighborhood to perform at the festival, allocating a space for deaf people to feel the music and keeping the toilets genderless, the commitment with 0% of waste in landfill (in 2022 it was distinguished as an ECO EVENT by Valorsul, which identifies MEO Kalorama as a zero waste to landfill event), the donation of food to needy families, the donation of materials at the end of the festival and the offer of tickets to people in need for access to culture, in partnerships that are being established. A final note on Sustainability that is clearly evident in the program, which presents a lineup composed of 40% female artists or bands that are part of or led by women, with LGBTQI representation, in addition to 16 national artists, including 4 local artists, from the Chelas neighborhood, who parade under the collective name of Chelas é o Sítio.