Salvador Sobral
  • Saturday 3 December 2022, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £41 - £30

Ages 14+

Salvador Sobral is a Portuguese singer. He participated in several music festivals and holds the record for the most points ever scored at Eurovision.

He represented Portugal at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kiev after winning the 2017 Festival da Canção with the song Amar pelos dois, winning the contest with a record score of 758 points and giving Portugal its first win in 53 years.

Along with his solo journey, he has developed numerous projects that take him to other musical universes and different backgrounds: Noko Woi, Alexandre Search, Mutrama, Alma Nuestra, Quinta das Canções. His third studio album bpm was released in May 2021. Mostly recorded in February of the same year at Le Manoir de Léon studio, in France, the record is composed entirely of original songs,in partnership with Leo Aldrey who also produces the album.

Salvador Sobral
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £41 - £30

Ages 14+

Salvador Sobral is a Portuguese singer. He participated in several music festivals and holds the record for the most points ever scored at Eurovision.

He represented Portugal at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kiev after winning the 2017 Festival da Canção with the song Amar pelos dois, winning the contest with a record score of 758 points and giving Portugal its first win in 53 years.

Along with his solo journey, he has developed numerous projects that take him to other musical universes and different backgrounds: Noko Woi, Alexandre Search, Mutrama, Alma Nuestra, Quinta das Canções. His third studio album bpm was released in May 2021. Mostly recorded in February of the same year at Le Manoir de Léon studio, in France, the record is composed entirely of original songs,in partnership with Leo Aldrey who also produces the album.

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