Culture

Street performers in Macau to become legal

Starting on November 11, Macau government will allow street performers to showcase their talents on the street. Three areas have been designated: Green Taipa Houses, Mount Fortress, Anim’Arte Nam Van. 18 years is the minimum age to perform and the artists will need legal permission.26

1 Oct, 2016

No Templo de A-Má by Sunny Side Up

Sunny Side Up’s first originals album “Tributo a Macau” brings together songs describing memories of Macau, and the group’s thoughts on the city. “Pessoa” was their second album and a tribute to the Portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa. The third album “Rua 25 de Abril” followed shortly, bringing you back to Portugal’s April Revolution.

1 Oct, 2016

Local band Blademark goes acoustic

Formed in 2005, Blademark is one of the most renowned bands in Macau. Their music focuses on metal with a blend of funk and rap elements, heavy and melodic rock.

1 Oct, 2016