NOS Primavera Sound 2017

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Jun 08 - Jun 10 2017

Porto, Portugal (Parque da Cidade)

100€ (Festival Pass)

NOS Primavera Sound is an annual music festival takes place in Porto, Portugal following its sister festival Barcelona Sound, and shares a similar lineup of acts.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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