David Carreira, Ana Bacalhau, Profjam and Fernando Daniel are some of the stars of the first day of the 6th edition of Festival F, which starts today, Thursday, and continues until Saturday in Faro.
The “last big summer festival” starts at 6 pm with Benjamin's performance in the middle of Ria Formosa, aboard Jamanta, where is the Formosa stage, one of the main novelties of the event.
In the historic area of the city and in the square of San Francisco, where the same stages of the last years are installed – this year, with a new concert space in the Fábrica da Cerveja -, Beatriz will kick off at 19:45 , at the Museum.
Throughout the night, there will be figures and bands like Public Danger, Bruno Pernadas, Moçoilas and Maria João, Ana Bacalhau, Corona Ensemble, Tiago Nacarato, Fernando Daniel, Mike El Nite, Throes + The Shine, Profjam, David Carreira and Turb ' O Prom, which ends the first day in the Quintalão, from 2:00. Get to know everyone here at Festival F.
In the stand-up comedy area, Pedro Luzindro, Luís Brito Rocha, Joana Santos, Jorge Picoito, Joao Seabra and Francisco Menezes promise a lot of laughter on the Castle stage.
Every evening in the evening, at 7:30 pm, the public of various genres and ages gathers to watch the discussion of relevant topics in today's space. Today, Thursday, Raquel Henriques, model and fitness coach; Rita Andrade, nutritionist; and João Gobern, journalist, gather around the theme "Health and Sacrifice".
For the youngest and the whole family there is a diverse program. They can participate daily in the new circus workshop «CirKo MaGia e FANTASIA»; attend the poetic concert «The Bird Writer», participate in the live exhibition «I stole a book in the reading booth and today I will read» or watch the performance «MuTis» by the Xibalba Company.
This Thursday, they also have the opportunity to participate in a whistling and drawing workshop or the "Cosmic Gong Bath – Sound Journey" soundtrack, to the sound of gongs, Tibetan bowls and other instruments.
Daily tickets cost between 15 and 18 euros (plus 10 euros for the concert aboard the Jamanta), and the general pass 45 euros.