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VENUE

Pratical advises

WE ADVISE YOU TO
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Put on sunscreen before coming to the venue.
  • Do not bring valuable items.
  • Hire travel insurance if you come from outside Portugal.
WHAT YOU SHOULD BRING WITH YOU
  • Sunglasses and/or hat or cap.
  • Earplugs.
  • Personal identification or passport
  • Sweaters for the night.
WHAT WON'T BE ALLOWED AT THE VENUE

The following objects/items are not allowed at NOS Alive grounds:

  • Firearms/Melee weapons
    Dangerous objects (knives, any type of weapon, chains, belts and/or sharp bracelets, etc.)
    Explosive Material and Pyrotechnic Material
    Plastic bottles with lid (allowed entry with 0.33 lt without cap; forbidden bottle 1.5lt)
    Cans, Cups
    Drinks, Syringes, Drugs
    Selfie Sticks, Rigid Masters
    Xenophobic or Call to Violence Messages
    Lunchboxes, Boxes and Containers
    Chairs of any type and shape
    Metal Chains
    Flashlights, Lasers and Flashlights
    Helmets
    Speakers, Musical Instruments, Sound Recorders
    Boxes with food
    Cameras / professional filming
    Animals
    Glass objects (bottles/perfumes, etc.)
    Umbrella
    Any object that can be thrown
    Suitcases

There’s a cloakroom available at the Welcome Center. The cloakroom is located in the Welcome Center.

Spaces

WRISTBAND EXCHANGE

It is mandatory to exchange your Pass for a NOS Alive bracelet to gain access to the venue over the four days. This exchange will have to be made on the first day you go to NOS Alive, at one of several exchange points located within the venue.

• You can also exchange your 2, 3 or 4 day-ticket for a wristband at the Alegro Alfragide Shopping Centre information desk from July 5th until July 8th, 2022.

• If you have an integrated Cascais Line Train + NOS Alive ticket, save it because it will be your access to the train during the four days.

FOOD COURT

NOS Alive has four dining areas where you will find a wide variety of food, from well-known brands of the general public such as Primor and Portugália to some innovative novelties and concepts, also designed for fans of organic food. There is also a terrace with 2,000 seats so you can enjoy your meal.

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE

NOS Alive has a campaign hospital so you can be assisted at the moment. It is easy to find the location of the hospital on the map of the enclosure.

Services

SANTA CASA - REDUCED MOBILITY

With Santa Casa, the best of NOS Alive “Toca a Todos”!

Follow the hearts in the room and visit this space prepared to facilitate access to disabled people and make the experience of all visitors even richer and unforgettable.

NOTE: Registration for NOS Alive’22 Special Access is not yet open, but you can email acessoespecial@nosalive.com

JOAQUIM CHAVES SAÚDE - FUTURE MOMS AREA

Registration for NOS Alive’22 Special Access will open very soon, but you can already email us acessoespecial@nosalive.com

PSP / LOST & FOUND MOBILE STATION

Despite the peaceful and friendly environment of NOS Alive, there is a PSP Mobile Station in the room to run into any situation. It is also in the Mobile Station of PSP that are the Lost and Found. You can find the Mobile Port at the Welcome Center (Ticket Office and Cloakroom).

HOTSPOT & CHARGING STATIONS

At the NOS Mobile Charging Point and Stand EDP you will find power points to charge your phone’s battery.

Social Responsibility

ZERO WASTE

Portugal can’t give to waste!

Dariacordar-Movimento Zero Desperdício promotes the recovery of food surpluses naturally generated in the most varied cafeterias, restaurants and events in the form of food made and not served.

From April 2012 to December 2017 NOS Alive has joined the Zero Waste movement and has recovered more than 1,500,000 meals that previously went to waste.

In addition to the catering of the staff and artists, also the catering companies present in the venue joined this spontaneous movement, created by the Association Against Waste “DariAcordar”.

All food that, respecting the parameters of ASAE, is not consumed during the days of NOS Alive, will be collected during the night and delivered during the morning of the following day to charities in the municipality of Oeiras.

According to data from the Association, daily there are 50,000 meals that do not come out of the kitchen of restaurants throughout the country and end up in the trash. Meanwhile, about 360,000 people are starving.

The Zero Desperdício movement proposed to make the bridge, collecting from the associated restaurants all meals that were never served, or whose shelf life is approaching the end, to distribute them to the most deprived.