Lots of music, meetings and fun! The CoMA (Convenção de Música e Arte) Festival is back in Brasilia with the promise of an even better edition. There will be more than 40 artistic attractions, as well as lectures, debates and games that will connect people and content in unforgettable experiences.

50% of the musical part of the festival is destined to Brazilian bands. The other half is made up of national and international artists, as well as shows in both the Planetarium and Clube do Choro.

The conferences are focused on the music market, with the participation of producers, artists, businessmen, journalists, influencers, among others, promoting the music market, promoting exchanges, business roundtables, lectures, debates and workshops. In this second edition, something new: the “games” will arrive with everything in the panels and discussions.

The festival enjoys a wooded environment with space for rest, a wide food court with food trucks, an area with DJs, a market with fashion items, among other activations.

Friday, August 10:

• Opening Party

Line-up for Saturday, August 11:

• Aiure
• Alarmes
• Augusta
• Consuelo
• Elza Soares
• Gustavo Bertoni
• Machete Bomb
• Maglore
• Maurício Pereira
• Menores Atos
• Muntchako
• Ops
• Rosa Luz
• Supercombo
• Thabata Lorena
• Vanguart

Line-up for Sunday, August 12:

• A Engrenagem
• Apokalipo (Chile)
• Ana Muller
• Beto Mejia
• Céu
• Chico César
• Flora Matos
• Jah Live
• Linn da Quebrada
• Marcelo Jeneci
• Meu Amigo Tigre
• Mundo Livre S/A
• Pé de Cerrado
• Plutão Já Foi Planeta
• Scatolove
• Sr. Gonzales Serenata Orquestrada
• Vitor Araújo
• Xênia França

Venue: CoMA Complex
Where: Lawn of FUNARTE, Ulysses Guimarães Convention Center, Clube do Choro and Planetarium
When: August 10 to 12. At 02:00 pm
Price: $ 40 (BRL) individual tickets (access to a show/day) and $ 70 (BRL) the passport (acess to two days of shows). $ 125 (BRL) for the conference passport (access to opening party + conferences + two days of shows). Tickets can be bought at www.festivalcoma.com.br
Rating: Not suitable for audience younger than 16 years old.