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    • Simple Minds

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      Campo Pequeno, Lisbon, Portugal

      29 July 2024 (Monday) 20:00

       

      Simple Minds are a Scottish rock band formed in Glasgow in 1977. The most commercially successful Scottish band of the 1980s, they achieved five UK Albums chart number one albums and have sold more than 60 million albums.

       

      The band scored a string of hit singles, becoming best known internationally for their 1985 hit "Don't You (Forget About Me)", from the soundtrack of the film The Breakfast Club. Their other more prominent hits include "Alive and Kicking" and "Belfast Child" (UK #1).

       

      In 2016, they received the Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Song Collection from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers, and Authors.

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    • Travis Scott

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      Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal

      02 August 2024 (Friday) 19:00

      Travis Scott is one of the most renowned young rappers of this generation. He quickly made a name for himself and began to work with big artists like SZA, Rihanna, and Drake. However, Scott is just as popular without the support of other artists, as is evident on his current Astroworld tour. His tour was hyped up with an amusement park theme and huge replicas of Scott’s own head, so it’s sure to get all the fans talking.

      If you’re interested in seeing Travis Scott live, he still has several dates open for the remainder of the year. He’s scheduled to perform on November 24th in Newark, New Jersey, followed by visits to other cities including Washington, Omaha, and Phoenix, to name a few. The last date available for this year is December 22nd in Portland, Oregon.

       

      Travis Scott Background

      Jacques Webster, or Travis Scott, was born in Houston, Texas in 1992. Although Travis showed promise academically and graduated a year early from high school, he dropped out of college to pursue his music career. He produced and released two EPs before moving to L.A. to record his own music.

      Through his meetings with T.I. and eventually Kanye West, he was introduced to the big shots in rap and hip hop. He released his mixtape, Owl Pharaoh, and was nominated for the Best Mixtape at the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards. From there, he began producing studio albums, both independently and in collaboration with others.

       

      Travis Scott’s Biggest Hits

      Scott’s fans love him for his half-rapped/half-sung verses and this style is carried through most of his work. His popularity really went through the roof in 2015 and he won the People’s Champ Award for his single, “Antidote” in 2016.  Some of Scott’s best work includes, “Butterfly Effect”, “Watch,” and “Sicko Mode”.

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    • Travis Scott

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      Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal

      03 August 2024 (Saturday) 19:00

      Travis Scott is one of the most renowned young rappers of this generation. He quickly made a name for himself and began to work with big artists like SZA, Rihanna, and Drake. However, Scott is just as popular without the support of other artists, as is evident on his current Astroworld tour. His tour was hyped up with an amusement park theme and huge replicas of Scott’s own head, so it’s sure to get all the fans talking.

      If you’re interested in seeing Travis Scott live, he still has several dates open for the remainder of the year. He’s scheduled to perform on November 24th in Newark, New Jersey, followed by visits to other cities including Washington, Omaha, and Phoenix, to name a few. The last date available for this year is December 22nd in Portland, Oregon.

       

      Travis Scott Background

      Jacques Webster, or Travis Scott, was born in Houston, Texas in 1992. Although Travis showed promise academically and graduated a year early from high school, he dropped out of college to pursue his music career. He produced and released two EPs before moving to L.A. to record his own music.

      Through his meetings with T.I. and eventually Kanye West, he was introduced to the big shots in rap and hip hop. He released his mixtape, Owl Pharaoh, and was nominated for the Best Mixtape at the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards. From there, he began producing studio albums, both independently and in collaboration with others.

       

      Travis Scott’s Biggest Hits

      Scott’s fans love him for his half-rapped/half-sung verses and this style is carried through most of his work. His popularity really went through the roof in 2015 and he won the People’s Champ Award for his single, “Antidote” in 2016.  Some of Scott’s best work includes, “Butterfly Effect”, “Watch,” and “Sicko Mode”.

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    • Travis Scott

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      Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal

      04 August 2024 (Sunday) 19:00

      Travis Scott is one of the most renowned young rappers of this generation. He quickly made a name for himself and began to work with big artists like SZA, Rihanna, and Drake. However, Scott is just as popular without the support of other artists, as is evident on his current Astroworld tour. His tour was hyped up with an amusement park theme and huge replicas of Scott’s own head, so it’s sure to get all the fans talking.

      If you’re interested in seeing Travis Scott live, he still has several dates open for the remainder of the year. He’s scheduled to perform on November 24th in Newark, New Jersey, followed by visits to other cities including Washington, Omaha, and Phoenix, to name a few. The last date available for this year is December 22nd in Portland, Oregon.

       

      Travis Scott Background

      Jacques Webster, or Travis Scott, was born in Houston, Texas in 1992. Although Travis showed promise academically and graduated a year early from high school, he dropped out of college to pursue his music career. He produced and released two EPs before moving to L.A. to record his own music.

      Through his meetings with T.I. and eventually Kanye West, he was introduced to the big shots in rap and hip hop. He released his mixtape, Owl Pharaoh, and was nominated for the Best Mixtape at the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards. From there, he began producing studio albums, both independently and in collaboration with others.

       

      Travis Scott’s Biggest Hits

      Scott’s fans love him for his half-rapped/half-sung verses and this style is carried through most of his work. His popularity really went through the roof in 2015 and he won the People’s Champ Award for his single, “Antidote” in 2016.  Some of Scott’s best work includes, “Butterfly Effect”, “Watch,” and “Sicko Mode”.

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    • MEO Kalorama: 3 Day Pass

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      Parque da Bela Vista, Lisbon, Portugal

      29 August 2024 (Thursday) 19:00

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    • MEO Kalorama: Thursday

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      Parque da Bela Vista, Lisbon, Portugal

      29 August 2024 (Thursday) 19:00

      Massive Attack is a band based out of Bristol, UK that’s been on the scene since 1988. Its band members have created a unique type of music, mixing in elements and lyric styles from hip hop, reggae, and soul music. Their music videos are known to be thought- provoking and full of imagery and symbolism. Massive Attack fans need to grab their wallets and jump on board to buy tickets for upcoming shows because they have a lot of them in store.

       

      The next date Massive Attack has for the New Year is on January 28th in Glasgow. If that’s not a place you want go, you can check out the band in other locations like Brussels, Amsterdam, Paris, Madrid, and Dublin. If you still don’t feel like travelling to these places, you can enjoy their shows a little closer to home in Chicago, Washington, San Francisco, and Hollywood, followed by the final date of April 2nd in San Diego, California.

       

      Massive Attack Background

       

      Massive Attack is made up of three members: 3D, Daddy G, and Mushroom. 3D’s real name is Robert Del Naja, Daddy G is actually named Grant Marshall, and Mushroom was born as Andrew Vowles. Although Mushroom has left the band, his work with them together represents some of their best music. The three members met as members of The Wild Bunch, which was a group of musicians on the Bristol club scene in the 80s. From there, they decided to band together and create music that stood out at the time. The band has had its ups and downs, but their music has always remained consistently popular.  

       

      Massive Attack’s Greatest Hits

       

      Some of Massive Attack’s most popular songs among fans are “Protection”, “Paradise Circle”, and “Teardrop”. Their most famous album, Mezzanine, sold over four million copies collectively.

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    • MEO Kalorama: Friday

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      Parque da Bela Vista, Lisbon, Portugal

      30 August 2024 (Friday) 19:00

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    • MEO Kalorama: Saturday

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      Parque da Bela Vista, Lisbon, Portugal

      31 August 2024 (Saturday) 19:00

       

      Damini Ogulu (born 2 July 1991), known professionally as Burna Boy, is a Nigerian Afro-fusion singer and songwriter.

       

      Burna Boy rose to prominence in 2012 after releasing the lead single "Like to Party" from his debut studio album, L.I.F.E (2013).

       

      Albums

      • L.I.F.E (2013)

      • On a Spaceship (2015)

      • Outside (2018)

      • African Giant (TBA)

       

      Mixtapes

      • Burn Notice (2011)

      • Burn Identity (2011)

       

      EPs

      • Redemption (2016)

      • Steel & Copper (with DJDS) (2019)

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    • Russ

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      Lisbon Coliseum, Lisbon, Portugal

      01 September 2024 (Sunday) 20:00

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    • Anthony Jeselnik

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      Tivoli Theatre, Lisbon, Portugal

      17 September 2024 (Tuesday) 20:00

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