The Out festival sees jazz concerts (plus soul, funk and hip-hop) in city parks and at the seaside in Cascais and Estoril every weekend until the end of September
Lisbon is best explored on foot, and in the summer you could be strolling to a jazz soundtrack: the Out Jazz Festival runs every weekend until 24 September. There are free open-air concerts and DJ sessions in gardens, parks and squares across town, from 5pm each Sunday and on the last Saturday of each month. In its 11th year, the festival, founded by events guru José Filipe Rebelo Pinto, aims to get more people exploring the capital and enjoying live music alfresco.
Every month it unveils a new location around the Lisbon, Cascais and Estoril area. This month, the concerts are being held in the iconic Parque Eduardo VII in central Lisbon; they will move to the Jardim da Estrela, near the basilica of the same name, in August, and to the immense riverside Parque Tejo in September.
Source: The Guardian