Free Exhibitions in Porto
Are you spending a few days in the city of Porto and don’t want to spend much money? We’ll show you some exhibitions in Porto.
Moments of leisure are possible, yes!
From jazz music to dance shows. And the best part? They’re free!
Discover with us…
Jazz Nights at Hard Club
Hard Club launched, in partnership with the School of Music and Performing Arts (ESMAE), a free entrance exhibitions program to be held every Thursday in the lounge of the restaurant No Mercado.
Let yourself be amazed by these jazz nights in which, each week, a different group of students from ESMAE Jazz Course present talented shows, with instruments ranging from metals to strings.
Where? Praça do Infante D. Henrique, Porto
When? Every Thursday night
Douro [DWR] 3 solos entre céu e terra
We suggest you visit this free entry exhibition described as “an unconventional portrait of the Douro river”. It integrates images, objects, sounds and smells that concentrate the entire region of Douro.
Get to know our city better!
Where? Reservatório da Pasteleira: Rua de Gomes Eanes de Azurara 122, Porto
When? From Tuesday to Sunday (10h-18h) until August 31st, 2019
Angelica Salvi is a Spanish harpist dedicated to improvisation and contemporary and electroacoustic music. Enjoy her free show promoted by the project Cultura em Expansão [Expanding Culture], whose main objective is “to put the cultural offer where it should be: everywhere.”
Where? Associação da Pasteleira, Torres Vermelhas: Rua Gomes Eanes de Azurara 129, Porto
When? April 27th, 2019 21:30
Né Barros, choreographer and researcher, crosses choreography, image and music in this performance. But, João Martinho Moura is the guest with whom she has created a kind of performative kinematics using the digital arts.
This is another show promoted by Cultura em Expansão.
Where? Auditório do Grupo Musical de Miragaia: Rua Arménia 10/18, Porto
When? May 10th, 2019 21:30
Acção - Carlos Paredes Em Cravo É Um Espectáculo
“Acção – Carlos Paredes Em Cravo É Um Espetáculo” consists of a show that combines the reading of poetry by Nuno Moura and the transitions to harpsichord of Carlos Paredes work by Joana Bagulho.