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Large Capacity, Tremor's total capacity

Coliseu Micaelense, which opened its doors in 1917, was the result of a project headed by architect António Sanches Ayla. The exceptional versatility of the largest venue in the archipelago is, above all, an undeniable asset for the region, especially when it comes to culture and tourism. After the 80s, its activity was progressively phased out but it continued to host the traditional Carnival balls—a tradition that began in 1921—until it was completely shut down due to the considerable state of decay of its facilities. Finally, in 2002, the Ponta Delgada City Council acquired the Coliseu Micaelense and began the biggest renovation the building ever had in its 90 years of existence.In 2005, the Coliseu Micaelense reopened its doors to the world of show business, with a diverse range of events planned to meet everyone’s taste and expectation.

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organização

101 Plutão Camaleão
102 Yuzin
103 Lovers and Lollypops

Patrocinadores principais

104 Governo dos Açores
105 Câmara Municipal de Ponta Delgada
106 Câmara Municipal de Ribeira Grande
137. Republica Portuguesa + DGArtes

parceiros criativos

107 Arquipélago Centro de Artes Contemporâneas
108 Coliseu Micaelense
109 Teatro Micaelense
110  Estúdio 13

mecenas residências artísticas

111 Fundação Millenium BCP

Parceiros mediáticos

112 Antena 3
113 Yuzin
114 RTP Açores
115 Antena 1 Açores
116 Gerador

patrocinadores

117 FLAD
118 A.C. Cymbron, S.A.
119 Galp
120 Fundação Galp
123 Grupo Bensaude
124 Wayzor
125 Bentrans

apoio / support

126 Certificado Açores
128 Amigos dos Açores
129 Etep
130 Cision
131 La Bamba
132 Cultura Governo dos Açores
133 Museu Carlos Machado
134 Neat Hotel
135 Cresaçor
138 meo
138 VidAçor
139 edge
139 Fenais a Fenais
140 coral

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