Facing the city and with the river on its background, Milhões stage will be the first thing to get your attention once entering the Barcelos' park that serves as venue for the festival. Here you'll find the most well-known artists in the line-up performing, taking advantage of its privileged location, by Cávado river and in the center-spot of an amphitheater. So, summing things up, here's the place to get your best concert-memories from Milhões de Festa.
The swimming pool is the most iconic Milhões de Festa stage. Located between two open-air pools and curated by Red Bull City Gang, this will be the place to start your day early, with refreshments and, of course, tons of cool music. You'll find perfect bands to go with a dive and some of the most creative DJs setting the controls to "having fun with water mode". Also, sunbathing is advised, so be sure to bring your sunscreen.
Vodafone FM stages the most intimate in all Milhões de Festa. Its medieval vibe, with tall walls on one side and the river on the other, fits perfectly well rock and metal acts and the club-like electronics. You'll headbang as freely as you'll dance here, since this is the stage for the after hours incarnation of the festival. Did you know "Milhões de Festa" roughly translates to "tons of party"? Well, all artists, bands and DJs, scheduled for this stage will surely make it clear.
Well, this is a music a festival, and we do live for music, but there's more to life and there's more than one pleasure during our time in this earth. Since the most consensual one is probably eating, Milhões will feature a free entry stage where the tone will be set on either music, food and drinks. In here you'll find the perfect place to try some of the local delicacies and, of course, Minho's green wine. Most of the musical meals of the this stage will be served by curators Baba Yaga's Hut (UK), Monkey Week (SPA), SWR (PT) Desmonta (BRA), and Matapadre (ESP).