On May 28, when it was celebrated 15 years since Bela Vista Park opened its doors as Rock City in Lisbon, the Capitol was filled to the last Galp Music Valley Session. The show marked the fourth and exclusive meeting promoted by Rock in Rio and Galp that brought together Portuguese and Brazilian musicians in Lisbon.
It was up to Carolina Deslandes and the Brazilian trio Melim to close the initiative that on previous nights brought together the rock of Captain Fausto and the Paulistanos O Terno, the funk dance of Blaya and the carioca Lellê and the songs of Agir with rapper Rael.
The four artists and four DJs from the Galp Music Valley Sessions will be reunited at the Brazilian edition of Rock in Rio in September, where they will perform for over 100,000 people on Sunset Stage and New Dance Order Stage.
Access to these four exclusive concerts was made through hobbies on the social networks of artists, Galp and Rock in Rio, and more than three million people were reached through online broadcasting, says the organization of Rock in Rio in a statement .
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