Wine & Music Valley Tickets and Dates
The first major wine-inspired festival to be held at the Douro Festival, which celebrates wine, gastronomy and music, will be held on 14 and 15 September in one of the most idyllic settings in the world - the Douro River. Bryan Ferry, one of the most iconic pop-rock voices, will be headlining the first day of the festival an exclusive concert this year in Portugal. Also appearing at Wine & Music Valley are also Mariza, António Zambujo, Salvador Sobral, DJ Vibe and Rui Vargas.
Wine & Music Valley
Porto Comercial de Cambres, Lamego
Wine & Music Valley, the first major festival entirely inspired by wine, will be born on the banks of the Douro river next September. The event, which will take place in the commercial port of Cambres (Lamego) on 14 and 15 September, is an experience of musical and gastronomic fusion, capable of contributing to the development of wine tourism in the Douro Demarcated Region - the most ancient wine region of the world.
Along with the festival's wine offer, the musical programme will be significant, with Wine & Music Valley receiving some of the biggest names in the national and international scene.
The atmosphere at Wine & Music Valley be fun, celebrating music, gastronomy and wine through a variety of activities and a complementary programme. There will be lots of music across three stages and one stage totally dedicated to gastronomy.
At Chef's Stage, the audience will be able to enjoy gastronomic moments in the presence of renowned chefs featuring live cooking shows and tastings. Names and programming will be announced shortly. The event will also feature a premium catering offer in an air-conditioned space and seating the most varied proposals.
There will also be a hospitality area offering an exclusive and personalised service with a space dedicated to wine and sensory experiences, from wine tastings to wine therapy treatments, or the opportunity to tread grapes. Inside the venue there will be a giant wheel with panoramic and privileged views over the Douro.
Wine & Music Valley has production support from Better World, the company responsible for Rock in Rio.