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Lisb-ON Jardim Sonoro Festival is an emblematic experience within Lisbon’s dynamic landscape. This urban retreat within Monsanto unfurls as a musical sanctuary over three days. Despite its location at the heart of one of Europe’s most bustling cities, the festival captures the essence of a hidden garden, inviting electronic music aficionados to come together in shared passion.

Now gearing up for its eighth edition, from 28 to 30 June, Lisb-ON Jardim Sonoro has intricately woven itself into the cultural tapestry of Lisbon. Celebrated for its diverse lineup, attendees enjoy a range of genres, including house, techno, disco, funk, and soul. The festival amplifies its allure each year, drawing newcomers and returning fans. As melodies fill the air, the fusion of nature and beat ensures that Lisb-ON is more than just a festival; it’s a cherished summer rendezvous for the global music community.

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Lisb-ON Jardim Sonoro 2024 Lineup

Adriatique Extended 4 Hour Set / Akua / Catarina Silva & Maria Callapez / Dr. Rubinstein / Ellen Allien / Honey Dijon / Jeff Mills / Johan / Marrøn / Mr Belt & Wezol / Parallelle / Schlingen / Solid-Funk / Vil & Cravo / Whitenoise

Lisb-ON Jardim Sonoro 2024 Tickets

1-Day, 2-Day & 3-Day Pass Tickets from €48.60 are on sale:


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Travel Info


Take the Metro to the “Sete Rios” station. From “Sete Rios”, catch a bus heading towards Monsanto. You should inquire locally or check schedules to identify which bus route will get you closest to Keil do Amaral.


If you’re traveling to Lisbon by train, it’s likely that you’ll arrive at either “Santa Apolónia” or “Oriente” stations, both being major international train stations in Lisbon.

From Santa Apolónia: Take the Metro Blue Line from “Santa Apolónia” to “Jardim Zoológico” (Sete Rios) station. From “Sete Rios”, you can catch a bus heading towards Monsanto.

From Oriente: Take the Metro Red Line from “Oriente” to “São Sebastião” station.
Switch to the Blue Line at “São Sebastião” and travel to “Jardim Zoológico” (Sete Rios) station. Then, from “Sete Rios”, take a bus to Monsanto.

For both scenarios, taxis and ride-sharing services are readily available at train stations if you prefer a more direct route.

Remember to always check schedules for potential changes or delays. And if you’re using public transport, the Viva Viagem card can be handy as it’s usable on buses, trams, and the metro.


From Lisbon Airport (LIS) take the Metro Red Line to “São Sebastião” station. Switch to the Blue Line at “São Sebastião” and travel to “Jardim Zoológico” (also known as Sete Rios) station. From “Sete Rios”, you can catch a bus heading towards Monsanto.

Taxi or Ride-Sharing Services: From the airport, you can easily find a taxi. Alternatively, use ride-sharing services like Uber, Bolt, or Kapten. It’s roughly a 15-20 minute drive to Monsanto from the airport without traffic.

Aerobus has a line that goes from the airport to Sete Rios. From there, you can take a bus to Monsanto.


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