Festival Sete Sóis Sete Luas

PRESENTATION OF FESTIVAL SETE SÓIS SETE LUAS

The Festival Sete Sóis Sete Luas was started in 1993 and it is now a project promoted by a Cultural Network composed by 30 towns from 10 different countries: Brazil, Cape Verde, Croatia, France, Italy, Morocco, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain and Tunisia. The Festival Sete Sóis Sete Luas, that in 2019 will celebrate its 27th edition, develops its projects mainly in the area of popular, ethnic, traditional music and the plastic arts, always involving important personalities of the European and Mediterranean cultures.

THE FESTIVAL SETE SÓIS SETE LUAS AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT

The Festival Sete Sóis Sete Luas that was born in 1993, is growing up year by year up to become an exemplar and innovative project as to the Culture Commission of the European Parliament granted it audience on 20th January 2009 and 23 January 2013 in Bruxelles.

THE PRIZES OF THE FESTIVAL SETE SÓIS SETE LUAS

From 1993 to 2010 the Honorary Presidents of the Festival are the Portuguese writer José Saramago (Literature’s Nobel Prize in 1998) and the Italian actor Dario Fo (Literature’s Nobel Prize in 1997). From 2012 the President of Republic of Cape Verde Islands is the new Honorary President. The Festival has already been two-times awarded the “Kaleidoscope Prize” from the European Union, for the high european dimension and cultural quality of the project, and 5 times the “Culture Program” of the European Union. Further the Festival Sete Sóis Sete Luas was awarded the International Cooperation Prize Caja de Granada on 16th April 2009.