NOS Alive Festival, formerly Optimus Alive!, takes place in Lisbon, the capital of sunny Portugal, from Thursday 7th to Saturday 9th of July 2016.
The Chemical Brothers, Pixies, Radiohead, and Arcade Fire will headline.The first acts to be announced are Two Door Cinema Club, Jagwar Ma, Grimes, Vintage Trouble, The Chemical Brothers (live), Tame Impala, John Grant, Courtney Barnett, John Grant, Courtney Barnett, Hot Chip, The 1975, Foals, Father John Misty, Wolf Alice, Years & Years, Jose Gonzalez, M83, Band of Horses, Agir, 2ManyDjs (DJ set) , Ratatat, Calexico, Carlao, Junior Boys, Branko, SG Lewis, Bob Moses, Xinobi, Throes + The Shine, NBC Sir Scratch & Bob da Rage Sense, Mundo Segundo & Sam The Kid, Da Chick, HMB DJ Kamala & Filipe Goncalves, MGDRV, and Rocky Marsiano & Meu Kamba Sound.
To see who is playing where and when see the NOS Alive line-up page.
A 3 day ticket with camping (from Seetickets) was priced at £102 with camping or £89.25 without camping and have sold out. A day ticket is priced at £42. Prices do not include booking fees. Other options are also available.
Now entering its 10th year, the 50,000 capacity festival enjoys sunny weather and a prime location in the heart of Lisbon, a 5 minute drive from the capital's historical landmarks and nightlife. This event is for over 6s only.
With some of Europe's best beaches and surfing spots 10 mins away by train, Nos Alive is very much a 'beach by day, music by night' destination festival - the festival opens at 6pm and goes on until 6am and fans can either book from the huge array of affordable local accommodation, or camp in the festival campsite.
With the Tagus River as landscape to explore the festival has arts, cafes, restaurants, as well as music on offer.
There is camping available (must be purchased with ticket), and 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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