Rock in Rio Lisboa is a music festival held in Lisbon, Portugal. It is a spin-off of the original Rock in Rio festival, which originated in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Rock in Rio Lisboa has been taking place since 2004 and has become one of the biggest music events in Europe. Over the years, Rock in Rio Lisboa has hosted performances by renowned artists such as Metallica, Muse, Bruce Springsteen, and many others.
Rock in Rio Lisboa offers multiple stages and a variety of attractions beyond just the music. The festival incorporates elements of art, entertainment, and social causes, aiming to create a unique and immersive experience for attendees.
Rock in Rio was founded by Brazilian entrepreneur Roberto Medina. He launched the first Rock in Rio festival in Brazil, in 1985. The festival was initially conceived as a response to the cultural and political climate of Brazil at the time.
Rock in Rio Lisboa made its debut in 2004 and has since become one of the largest music festivals in Portugal.
The festival takes place at Parque da Bela Vista, a large park located in Lisbon. The venue provides ample space for multiple stages, attractions, and amenities.
The festival has a strong commitment to sustainability. It has implemented eco-friendly initiatives such as waste reduction, recycling programs, and eco-friendly transportation options to minimize its environmental impact.
Impact on the Music Industry:
Rock in Rio Lisboa has provided a platform for Portuguese artists to gain international exposure. By sharing the stage with renowned international acts, local musicians have had the opportunity to showcase their talent to a broader audience.
Festival was scheduled from 02 Sep to 11 Sep 2022 (9 day(s)).
Rock in Rio Lisboa takes place in Lisbon, Portugal. Here is the full address of the festival: Av. Dr. Arlindo Vicente 406, Lisboa, Portugal
Coldplay, Post Malone, Måneskin, Iron Maiden, Green Day, Justin Bieber, Dua Lipa, Avril Lavigne, Gloria Groove, Fall Out Boy, The Offspring, Dream Theater, Gojira, Alok, Baco Exu do Blues.