Loulé’s ‘Noite Branca Algarve’ (White Night Algarve) will be held this Saturday, August 26, and is described as the “longest and most anticipated night of the Algarvian summer”.
Expected to attract thousands of people, the event promises “glamour, relaxation, celebration and socialising”. White will be the dress code, of course.
This will be the first edition of the event since 2019, thus expectations are high. There will be plenty of good music, as well as street performances, sports activities, dancing and much more.
The town’s streets will transform into “a large living room, with pouffes and tables set up in areas where cars usually circulate”.
The entertainment spots and stages will be set up along a 125,000sqm area stretching from Largo de S. Francisco to the second plaque of Avenida José da Costa Mealha, from the castle wall to the Engº Duarte Pacheco monument.
Local businesses and restaurants will also stay open through the night, while bars will be setting up shop along the town’s streets to serve special cocktails and other beverages.
Admission to the White Night, which will begin at 8.10pm, is free. Arrive early to find a good parking spot!