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Hera band in Mural 18's cultural program for the weekend

Mural 18's cultural program, which is drawing to a close, features a concert by the band Hera on November 13 at the Fernando Lopes-Graça Auditorium in Cascais.

Extending until December 2021, the program is being materialized in a series of events in different artistic areas, primarily outdoors, and in spaces that enhance the cultural heritage and landscape of our territory.

November 13th, 8:30pm

Hera (music)

Fernando Lopes-Graça Auditorium, Palmela Park, Cascais

Formed in 2018, the band is made up of Beatriz Almeida (vocals and cello), Miguel Galamba (guitar and keys) and Pedro Moldão (guitar).

They are going to Cascais to present "Ela", their first EP, recently released, which, in the band's words, "tells of beginnings and endings, longing and nostalgia, the repetition of cycles, and everything that comes from these routines, both good and bad".

Tickets at 8 euros (normal) and 6.5 euros (students, seniors and entertainment professionals). Organization: Cascais Municipal Council.

See the full program here.  

It should be remembered that through Mural 18, which has a financial contribution of 1.5 million euros from the European Regional Development Fund - the result of an application submitted by the Lisbon Metropolitan Area and its 18 municipalities under the Lisbon 2020 Regional Operational Program - a vast cultural program is being developed, uniting cultural agents, municipalities and citizens, in defense of the artistic community and our intangible and material cultural heritage.

This initiative, which comes at a particularly delicate time for the entire cultural sector, is the result of the clear will of the Lisbon Metropolitan Area and its 18 municipalities to create a program that underlines the importance of culture in the lives of communities, and that is a clear mark of support for those who make culture their life and livelihood. 

For all these reasons, we remain wall-to-wall in our support for culture.

Updated on 9/11/2021
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