PALP promotes party in Faro to raise funds for the legal fight against oil

Ministry of Environment, ENI and GALP have not given up on hydrocarbon exploration yet, so PALP wants to raise funds for the fight

Music, bazaar, food and drinks, magic, dance, poetry, short stories, auctions and raffles complete the Partycipa program, the party that the Platform Algarve Livre de Petróleo (PALP) promotes next Saturday, the 15th, at the Gimnásio Clube Farense, in Faro, from 16 pm to midnight, with free entry.

The activities of the party are intended to raise funds for "a legal fight that seeks to prevent prospecting and exploitation of hydrocarbons in the Algarve Coast", an activity that "the Ministry of the Sea and ENI and GALP want to continue", explains the PALP.

The party starts with live music, with piano and saxophone, at 16 pm, continues an hour later with the magic of Angel Deval. At 00:18 pm, a performance by students from Escola Secundária Tomás Cabreira is scheduled, followed by Luis Ene at 00:19 pm.

At 20:00, there will be more live music, with Aueike, followed by Felix Maria Woschek & Friends, who will interpret Spirit Chants for Peace.

The micro-tales of Fernando Guerreiro arrive at 22 pm, and an hour later the storytellers from Arca's Stories take the stage.

The party ends at 23 pm, with a performance by Nanook.