From Andalusia comes the Celtic record of Stolen Notes, a band formed in Seville in 2006, which is already on their third album, and will open this edition. The first night ends with Daniel Pereira Cristo, a reference of Portuguese ethnic music, as a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, according to the organization.
The second day, with workshops on the construction of musical instruments and traditional music, will have on stage the Iberian folk of Aljibe and the fusion music of the Portuguese Albaluna.
The third day leaves Praça das Eiras to split between São Pedro Church, with the traditional music of the Moçoilas women's group, and the African musical record by Syla Conakry, who will perform at Praia da Ribeira, in Albufeira do Azibo.
"Throughout the three days, the street animation will be constant and has the presence of Albaluna and Pipers from the Northeast, as well as a lot of African percussion, dancing and masks," the organization added.
The festival recalls that instrument sounds guarantee a journey through the identity culture of the peninsular Northwest, which keeps alive a secular ethnicity, from Celtic to folk music, but also the proper record of African music.