AGIR and Xutos e Pontapés are the poster head of a five-day program that will feature also the already-usual Medieval Fair at Paderne, the Solrir Humor Festival, the Star Parade at the Strip and Fireworks at the Fishermen Beach and at Oura Strip.

The New Year’s Eve Celebration in Albufeira has a diversified poster with five days of activities for the whole family. On the night of December 31st, the stage of Praia dos Pescadores will be hosting the long awaited concert by the sea, this year with two great names in the portuguese music scene: Agir and Xutos e Pontapés.

AGIR, the artistic name of Bernardo Correia Ribeiro de Carvalho Costa, is a Portuguese singer, songwriter and producer who jumped to stardom in 2015 with the release of his second album, "Leva-me a Sério", from which the singles "Tempo É Dinheiro", "Parte-me o Pescoço"- which becomes his greatest success - and" Como Ela É Bela" The album became a great success, reaching number 1 of the Portuguese album top and the platinum award (15,000 copies). The son of singer Paulo de Carvalho and actress Helena Isabel comes to Albufeira to present his third album, whose debut theme is "Manto de Água", which counts with the collaboration of Ana Moura.

At midnight, anyone in the area of Areia de S. João, Oura and Albufeira Fishermen Beach will also be able to watch the fireworks.

After midnight, Avenida Sá Carneiro (The Oura Strip) is going to be traveled by circus artists, who promise to surprise with performances and numbers of great visual impact in a Star Parade.

After the fireworks, at the Fishermen Beach, Xutos and Pontapés began their performance to the rhythm of Portuguese rock & roll that they have accustomed us with during more than 35 years of their career. Tim, Kalu, João Cabeleira and Gui ascend for the second time to the stage of Fisherman's Beach to provide a unique show with all the themes that have already become hymns.

Owning an endless list of classics, the Xutos cement their indestructible bond with a loyal audience, always present to the call, with arms folded in X to celebrate the longest life of a rock career in Portugal.

But the New Year's Eve celebrations begin on December 29th with the Medieval Fair in Paderne. For four days, the village of Barrocal Algarve is back in time and hosts nearly 10,000 visitors who will have the opportunity to walk the streets of Paderne in a unique environment. The village's old core is transformed into a medieval marketplace with dancing, historical recreations, demonstrations of arts and crafts, medieval delicacies and lots of excitement that drive thousands of visitors on a real journey through time.

On the 29th of December also begins the Solrir, the humorous festival that takes to the stage of the Palace of Congresses of the Algarve, in the Salgados, comedians of renown.

The event takes place on December 29 and 30 and returns to January 1 and 2, with sessions at 9:30 p.m.

29th December till the 1st January - Paderne Medieval – at Paderne Village
29th December till the 2st January - Festival Solrir – at Palacio de Congressos - Salgados
31st December - Fishermen Beach
22h00 - AGIR
24h00 - Firework’s
00h10 - Xutos e Pontapés
31st December – Oura Strip
24h00 - Firework’s
00h10 - Star Parede