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Singer-songwriter Soluna plays a concert that features vibrant beats, bringing Afro-Latin pop to the Summer Garden.

Singer, songwriter and producer Soluna creates a unique variety of alternative Afro-Latin pop, influenced by her Spanish, Argentinian and Angolan origins. Born in Buenos Aires, she emigrated to Spain and grew up in Catalonia before moving to Lisbon.

Closely related to her Spanish roots, Soluna’s music is a distinctive fusion of reggaeton and tarraxo rhythms. It gathers a global fan base that craves lively beats combined with relatable lyrics that bring to life her plural and unique identity as a migrant and queer woman. Soluna is currently working on her first album.

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Summer Garden 2024

This event is part of the Summer Garden 2024, a free-entry festival with concerts, DJ sets, talks, films and workshops. Learn more

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