It should come as no surprise then that the festival is celebrating a huge milestone this year: its 10th birthday. What better way to celebrate such a huge achievement than an even more exceptional line-up for 2016?
The British duo The Chemical Brothers performs July 7 at NOS Alive.
The band will present the new album “Born In The Echoes”, released July 2015, at NOS stage.
British Hot Chip is confirmed to pass through NOS Alive ’16.
“Why Make Sense?” presented in 2015, May 18, is the album the band will perform in Portugal.
Alexis Taylor and his band will take the Heineken stage on July 8.
British band The 1975 will be present on NOS Alive ’16.
The four-piece from Manchester will perform at NOS stage on July 7 to present the upcoming album “I Like It When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It” that will be released next February.
Wolf Alive will perform for the first time in Portugal July 7 on NOS Alive ’16.
The indie rock band from London will perform at Heineken stage the awaited debut album “My Love Is Cool” released June 2015.
The electronic trio Years & Years will pass through NOS Alive ’16.
The bands debut in Portugal will take place at NOS stage July 8 and will present in firsthand the debut album “Communion” released July 2015.
Foals are confirmed to pass through NOS Alive ’16.
The band will perform at NOS stage July 8 to present “What Went Down” the most recent album released August 2015.
Indie rock band, Pixies, is passing through Portugal, July 7 at NOS Alive.
This year the band celebrates 30 years of career and will perform at NOS stage with 5 original albums and successful themes such as “Here Comes Your Man”, “Debaser”, “Where Is My Mind” and “Hey”.
Swedish José González will be present at NOS Alive ’16 performing on the Heineken stage July 9.
José González will present themes from the three albums, with main focus on “Vestiges & Claws” published in 2015.