Despite being initially planned for 12, 13 and 14 February, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Montepio às Vezes o Amor Festival had to be rescheduled to April and May. However, the Portuguese public has shown very strong support for the initiative, and this edition of the festival is once again becoming a resounding success. More than five thousand people have already attended the 7th edition of the first festival of the year, with several concerts by some of the most expressive names of Portuguese music rapidly selling out.
The festival is nominated for the prestigious Marketeer Awards, which recognize the brands that stand out for their difference and quality in Portugal, in areas as distinct as Events and Entertainment, Large Distribution, Tourism, Beverages, Insurance, or Telecommunications.
Festival Montepio Às Vezes o Amor 2021
29 apr. — Deixem o Pimba em Paz — Coliseu Porto AGEAS – Porto
29 e 30 apr. — GNR — Teatro Municipal de Vila do Conde
30 apr. — Deixem o Pimba em Paz – Coliseu dos Recreios — Lisboa
14 may — Carlão — Centro de Congressos — Aveiro
14 may — The Gift — Altice Fórum — Braga
14 may — Luísa Sobral — Cine-Teatro Paraíso — Tomar
14 may — Sara Tavares — Teatro Sá da Bandeira — Santarém
15 may — Fernando Daniel — Auditório Carlos do Carmo — Lagoa
15 may — Paulo Gonzo – Teatro Virgínia — Torres Novas
15 e 16 may – Tiago Nacarato & Bárbara Tinoco – Teatro José Lúcio da Silva – Leiria
21 may — Moonspell — Cine-Teatro Avenida — Castelo Branco
27 may — Jorge Palma — CCC — Caldas da Rainha
31 jul. — Salvador Sobral canta Brel — Convento São Francisco — Coimbra