Heading to the festival for the first time, the ‘Why Me? Why Not?’ certified rock star will be wowing the Portuguese crowd, with Post Malone, Camila Cabello and Black Eyed Peas also set to appear.
Next year’s edition of Rock In Rio Lisboa will take place across two consecutive weekends in June - from 20th-21st June and 27th-28th June - at Lisbon’s Bela Vista Park.
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