Sunday, May 15
14h Bogotá, Colombia / 20h Lisbon
Rhythm, life and freedom is the most minimalist way to explain Los Palmera, the duet of María Vanedi and Daniel Linero who have merged their stage names into one sound. María brings the guitar and the voice of her many Colombias, whereas Daniel contributes with the Cuban ancestry of his clarinet and saxophone (and moves, watch out for the moves!) Acoustic by origin, the two have been experimenting with peppering their songs with freshly ground electro traditionalism, converting their home studio into a lab for your moves.
This is our fourth invisible Bogotá together: if you need an external push to rediscover happiness and reasons to move, we have good news – Los Palmera.
We encourage you to make a contribution on behalf of every person who participates in this online concert together with you.
We believe that 7 euros per person is fair, yet most guests usually contribute around 11 euros, so if you have the means and wish to support the artists and Invisible City further, we’d be grateful if your contribution corresponds to what feels fairest to you.
You can also make a donation directly to the Invisible City account (for example, from your Revolut app or similar):
Account name: Invisible City MTÜ
IBAN: EE88 7700 7710 0336 8942
(Depending on your bank, the transfer may take some time to arrive, this is why please send us an email at email@example.com letting us know you made a transfer so that we send you your ticket right away!)
Even before the gig starts, Invisible City guarantees a minimum of 100 euros to the artist no matter what. This is our investment into the performance which provides a safety net for the artist. We make sure it is never a lottery! These funds come from reinvesting the donations from the previous performances as well as from our private sponsors who support Invisible City directly (here is how you can become one).
What the campaign receives above the 100 euro mark, we share with the artist in equal parts. In this way, we provide a guaranteed income to the artist while staying sustainable and helping more artists run more wonderful gigs.