01 - 08 June 2024


The exchange between artists from Portuguese-speaking countries is at the genesis of the Língua Terra Festival, returning to Setúbal from the 1st to the 8th of June, in an edition with interpreters from Brazil, Guinea-Bissau, Cape-Verde and Angola.

The shows, promoted by the Setúbal City Council, under the artistic direction of Mônica Cosas, take place at the Luísa Todi Forum, always at 21:30 pm, promoting exchange between artists from countries united by the Portuguese language and fostering cultural connections and collaborative artistic creations.

The program opens on June 1st with a concert by Mart'Nália, daughter of Martinho da Vila, and Paulinho Moska, strong names in Brazilian Popular Music, who share the stage to sing their own and other songs.

In addition to being long-time friends, the theme “Namora Comigo” – which he wrote for her – is a true duet anthem, which can be heard at the concert on June 1st, tickets for which, priced at 20 euros, are on sale in the Forum or Online Ticket Office.

On June 7th, it is the turn of Guinean Karyna Gomes to take the stage of the largest concert hall in the municipality to present the show “Singing to better act”, celebrating the centenary of the birth of her great-uncle Amílcar Cabral.

Princezito, from Guinea-Bissau, Renma, from Cape-Verde, and Prodígio, Angola, and the guitarists Jorge Almeida, from Cape-Verde, and Eliseu, Guinea-Bissau, are the names with which Karyna Gomes shares the stage, in a concert with tickets priced at 10 euros, on sale in the concert hall and Online Ticket Office.

Bahian singer Tiganá Santana performs on June 8, the last day of the festival, in a unique show, prepared exclusively for Língua Terra, with voice, percussion, bass and guitars, in which he is accompanied by Mayra Andrade, Cape-Verde, and Lenna Bahule, Mozambique.

Tickets for this concert are priced at 20 euros and can be purchased at the concert hall or on the website. Online Ticket Office.

The 4th edition of Língua Terra, held with the support of Ibermúsicas, includes parallel initiatives, such as an exhibition by Guinean painter Sidney Cerqueira, opening on June 7th, at the Luísa Todi Municipal Forum.

The program also includes a cinema cycle, at Casa das Imagens Lauro António, with sessions at 16pm, free entry, dedicated to great names in Brazilian Popular Music, which opens on June 00st with the screening of Beto Brant's tribute documentary to Elza Soares.

“Pipoca Moderna” and “Frevo Michiles”, by Helder Lopes, about the trajectories of Sebastião Biano and Jota Michiles, are the films to be presented on the 5th and 7th, respectively.





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