Reverence Santarém is a rock festival in Portugal. Previously known as Reverence Valada, the move to nearby city Santarém brings with it a new name, and begins a new chapter in the festival's history.
Set across two days, the lineup delves into the depths of the genre, exploring all the nuances and styles on offer, including psychedelic, space, progressive and punk rock.
With experimental sounds and an abundance of electrifying innovators, enthusiasts are able to experience the very core of rock music.
The likes of The Horrors, Hawkwind, The Brian Jonestown Massacre and The Sisters Of Mercy have all played the festival in recent years.
The festival settles into a new home in 2017 in the city of Santarém, around 20km north along the Tagus river from its previous home in Valada.
BY PLANE: The nearest airport is Lisbon (LIS). From here you can take a train to Lisboa Oriente (7 minutes) and then on to Santarém (1 hour). The festival site is around a 25 minute walk from the station.
BY TRAIN: The festival is well connected to the rest of Portugal by rail, with trains running directly to Santarém from Lisbon, Porto, Braga, Coimbra and a number of other smaller towns.
There are no age restrictions, however those under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
This has not been officially announced yet, however last year the music lasted from 17:00-03:00 (Thursday), 14:00-06:00 (Friday) and 14:00-06:00 (Saturday).