Camp at Morgado do Quintão

Music, inspiration and reflection at CAMP’22

Morgado do Quintão’s end-of-harvest celebration features incisive talks, creative workshops and unique concerts on October 7th, 8th and 9th.

Following the success of last year’s Harfeast, Morgado do Quintão is organising yet another cultural end-of-harvest event. With a more ambitious line-up featuring national musical acts and thought-provoking workshops and conversations, CAMP’22 comes to challenge the senses and celebrate a slower, more mindful way of life on the 7th, 8th and 9th of October.

“It is both a celebration of the end of the harvest and a time and place to expand our thinking through art, culture, beauty and community, and to celebrate life,” says Filipe Caldas de Vasconcellos, the founder and creative mind behind the project, whose aim is to bring together musicians, creators and thinkers.

Music will have a prominent role at the event, combined with an engaging cultural programme executed on an intimate scale. “CAMP is not a music festival”, affirms Filipe. “It is where music and culture come together as a field guide for each one of us to get lost and to find ourselves.”

The days will be filled with activities for participants of all ages, and the evenings will offer outstanding musical entertainment. Headlining acts feature renowned Fado singer Carminho, who will take the stage on Friday (07.10), followed by singer and songwriter Bruno Pernadas (08.10) and pianist Mário Laginha (09.10) at the weekend.

The three-day event takes place at the beautiful Morgado do Quintão estate in Lagoa, among ancient vines and olive trees; a spacious and peaceful setting, ideal for a mindful event, which will also feature plenty of wine tasting opportunities and local gastronomy.

Tickets are already on sale on the Morgado do Quintão website and are limited to 500 places. Day passes cost 75€, and the three-day passes cost 150€.

By Alexandra Stilwell

Open Media is proud to be CAMP’22’s official media partner. Follow us for more details as we reveal the “non-festival’s” exciting programme over the next few weeks.