Moonspell adds to the North Music Festival poster
The dates for the fourth edition of North Music Festival 2020 have already been set: 22 and 23 May, Porto Customs plays host to the best of rock and indie in Porto and pulls unparalleled line-ups.
The programme aims to suit all tastes and age groups. North Music presents itself as an urban event, mainstream and covering several genres. The festival's poster includes renowned artists of national and international reputation.
The line-up adds other prime bands, the Portuguese Moonspell, who have just released a new album, and Paus who also head to Porto in May. They will go on stage on 22 May, which will also feature Deftones, the American alternative metal band formed in Sacramento, California.
Moonspell is a heavy metal band, formed in 1992. After the release of their debut album Wolfheart, they quickly became the most recognizable metal band from Portugal. Along with Metallica and Iron Maiden, they are the only metal band to reach the first place of the Portuguese charts after the release of their album, Memorial, in 2006.
The metal band Moonspell are very popular in Germany, where their albums hit the Top 100 Chart on a regular basis.
The Irish band The Script will head to Porto the second day of the festival, on 23 May, taking their biggest hits to the stage, namely "Hall of Fame", "Superheroes", "The Man Who Can't Be Moved" and "For the First Time", as well as the "Sunsets & Full Moons" album, to be released on 8th November 2019 and whose single hit "The Last Time" is taking to the top British charts.
North Music Festival offers the best live acts showcase of rock and indie bands, plus an inviting atmosphere into the bargain. This must-pick event in the Invicta will deliver street food, wine gardens and other activities specially prepared for the occasion, as stated by the organisation.
Early birds are available at 50 euros (daily) and 75 euros (two-day pass).
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