Super Bock em Stock 2018

  • Avenida da Liberdade, Lisbon, Portugal
  • 23-24 November 2018
Super Bock em Stock 2018

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Rising stars and alternative favourites

Super Bock em Stock is an alternative music festival held in the city of Lisbon. Returning to its former name for 2018 after several years as Vodafone Mexefest, the festival nonetheless retains its commitment to curating lineups rich in some of the most current, promising and exciting acts in the world of indie and alternative music.

With a strong track record for showcasing future stars early on their career – think James Blake, alt-J, King Krule and Young Fathers – the festival has become a go-to event for the discerning music fan, hoping to discover the next big thing.

That said, the lineups are also consistently rich in fan favourites and established acts, all of whom come together for a fantastic, city-wide musical extravaganza.



  • Johnny Marr
  • Jungle


  • Anabela Aya
  • Alta Ave Band
  • April Marmara
  • Beatriz Pessoa
  • Bejaflor
  • Birds Are Indie
  • Capitão Fausto
  • Cassete Pirata
  • Cavalheiro
  • Charles Watson
  • Conan Osiris
  • Conjunto!Evite
  • Conner Youngblood
  • Curadoria Ciência Rítmica Avançada com: Darksunn
  • Maria vs Sensei D
  • Pedro Mafama
  • RUSSA e SP Deville
  • David Bruno
  • Dino D’Santiago
  • Dream Wife
  • Elisa Rodrigues
  • Elvis Perkins
  • Éme
  • Fogo-Fogo
  • Funkamente
  • The Harpoonist and The Axe Murderer
  • Hércules
  • Holly Miranda
  • IAN
  • Iguanas
  • Janeiro
  • Johnny Marr
  • Jungle
  • Lena d’Água e Primeira Dama com a Banda Xita
  • LAZY
  • Lola Marsh
  • Lo Fang
  • Lolo Zouaï
  • Manuel Fúria e os Náufragos com os convidados especiais Samuel Úria
  • Miguel Ângelo
  • Márcia
  • Tomás Wallenstein
  • Bispo e Tomás Cruz
  • Masego
  • Nakhane
  • Natalie Prass
  • NGA
  • Paraguaii
  • Public Access T.V.
  • Rejjie Snow
  • The Saxophones
  • Still Corners
  • Tim Bernardes
  • U.S. Girls
  • Zé Vito

The festival takes place in a number of venues across the Portuguese capital.


Avenida da Liberdade, Lisbon, 1250, Portugal


BY PLANE: Lisbon's airport is the country's largest, with flights across Europe as well as to Africa, Asia and beyond.

BY TRAIN: Lisbon has excellent train connections to the rest of Portugal, as well as to Spain and wider Europe.

BY BUS: As the country's capital, buses run to Lisbon from across Portugal.


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