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NOS Alive'20

  • Lisbon, Portugal
  • 9-11 July 2020
NOS Alive'20



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Booking for a group of friends? Simply use our option to split the payment with your friends.


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At checkout, you can decide how many people are going to pay. The total amount will be split evenly so that everyone will pay the same amount.


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When paying at checkout, you will be asked to provide your card details to pay only your part.


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You’ll be able to invite your friends via link or email on the confirmation page. They will then have 48 hours to pay their part in full, and we’ll keep you updated on the progress via email and on your group page.


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One of Portugal's biggest and best

Taking place each July in the western outskirts of Lisbon, NOS Alive is one of Portugal's biggest and best music festivals.

Although others may have been around longer, the festival having started just over a decade ago in the summer of 2007, not many can boast the same pedigree of past performers or impact on a global scale.

And while the lineup is a major reason why music fans come back year after year – with international stars of rock, indie and alternative music accompanied by underground electronic favourites, rappers and more – the festival can also boast an enviable location, situated on the banks of Tagus River in one of Europe's most vibrant cities.


NOS Stage

+ more artists to be announced

NOS Stage

+ more artists to be announced

Sagres Stage

  • Caribou
  • Hobo Johnson & The Lovemakers

+ more artists to be announced

NOS Stage

+ more artists to be announced

Sagres Stage

+ more artists to be announced

The festival takes place in Oeiras, a municipality and subregion in the Portuguese capital of Lisbon.


Passeio Marítimo de Algés, Lisbon, 1495, Portugal


BY PLANE: If you're flying into Lisbon Airport, it's around a 50-minute journey to the festival venue. Take a Metro Line Vermelha to Alameda, before boarding a Metro Verde to Cais do Sodré, and lastly a CP train to Alges. From here the festival is just a 5-minute walk away, and will be clearly signposted.

BY TRAIN: Once you are in Lisbon, take the Metro to Cais do Sodré before taking another train to Alges.

BY BUS: The festival site is served by the following bus routes:

15E (Tram – Praça Figueira – Algés) 
723 (Desterro – Algés)
729 (Bº P. Cruz – Algés)
750 (Estação Oriente – Algés)
751 (Campolide – Linda-a-Velha)
201 (night bus – Cais Sodré – Linda a Velha)
1 (Alfragide – Algés)
2 (Queluz de Baixo – Algés)
6 (Queluz de Baixo – Algés)
10 (Alfragide – Algés)
12 (Estação Monte Abraão – Algés)
20 (Amadora – Algés)
114 (Amadora – Algés)