Bar da Água serves "original drinks" in Açoteia

There will also be concerts at Águas do Algarve

The company Águas do Algarve will open the doors of its rooftop, in Vila Adentro, in Faro, to install a bar where tap water is the main ingredient for “original” drinks. It will be from this Friday, June 21st, on the Roof Festival.

On Friday and Saturday, from 18 pm to midnight, «our roof terrace will be open so you can enjoy our space, which will feature a refreshing water bar», says the company.

This will be a “unique and different space that, for sure, will steal attention and attract children and adults”, he adds.

In the musical part there will be the presence of the artist Ricardo Coelho. With original themes and some covers, also linked to jazz, «they will be very pleasant moments», guarantees the company.

This is because the artist «will interpret a very eclectic repertoire, from classical romantic music, passing through the American jazz songbook to music with an Iberian flavor, with the element of water as the theme».

An original theme composed by himself dedicated to this theme will also be presented.



On Friday, the 21st, there will be Radio Comercial's “Smallest Concert in the World” with the presence of artist Manel Cruz, known to the public as a former member of the band Ornados Violeta, and more recently solo debutant with his album "New life". It will be from 19:30 pm.

On both days of the Festival, at 18:30 pm and 19:30 pm, there will also be two micro-story sessions, thinking of the families who will visit our space.

«Acoteia d'Água will have a space for everyone, with a very attractive and relaxing decor, where the objective is to make visitors have fun and spend a different night», concludes the company.

Remember, Águas do Algarve is headquartered in the former Solar dos Sárrias, which belonged, in the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries, to what was one of the most important families of the Algarve nobility.

It is a characteristic building of Chã architecture, with two floors and scissor roofs. The stone moldings of the bay windows and the railings with eleven wrought iron posts stand out.