Optimus Alive! 2012

Optimus Alive! 2012

Friday 13th to Sunday 15th July 2012
Passeio Maritimo de Alges, Lisbon, Portugal, Portugal
£103 weekend pass with camping - sold out
Daily capacity: 40,000
Last updated: Sat 14th Jul 2012

The Music and Arts festival, Optimus Alive!12, takes place in Lisbon, the capital of sunny Portugal, between Friday 13th and Sunday 15th of July, with bands starting at 5pm each day.


The latest additions are Zola Jesus, Busy P, Brodinski, Miss Kitten, Gesaffelstein, Planningtorock, Club Cheval, Aeroplane, Logo, Rory Phillips, James Murphy & Pat Mahoney, Art Department, Guy Gerber, Visionquest, Shonki & Dan Ghencia, Seth Troxler, Moullinex + Xinobi, Carbon Airways, B Fachada, Marcia, Best Youth, and Laia.

The Stone Roses, The Cure, and Radiohead will headline, with Tricky and Martina topley-Bird, Santigold, SebastiAn, Miles Kane, LMFAO, The Maccabees, Katy B, The Kills, Refused, Florence + The Machine - Morcheeba replacing them, Mumford & Sons, Justice, Snow Patrol, Caribou, Mazzy Star, Noah and the Whale, Danko Jones, Buraka Som Sistema, Death In Vegas, Metronomy, The Kooks, SBTRKT, AwolNation, Dum Dum Girls, Big Deal, Here We Go Magic, Lisa Hannigan, Paus, also confirmed. Lostprophets have cancelled. There are no other acts confirmed yet for 2012.


Tickets were priced at £103 for a weekend pass with camping, or £89.10 without camping. A day ticket was priced at £45. Tickets have sold out.


With the Tagus River as landscape to explore the festival has arts, cafes, restaurants, as well as music on offer.


There will be camping available at Alive Festival priced at around 15 euros for the 3 days, there are also plenty of other accommodation options in the city and festival goers are recommended to book accommodation in Lisbon early.

More information will be here when available.

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