Panóplia uses Portuguese talent to give its participants a different cultural event through an interactive and dynamic side that harnesses the potential of young people who want answers to build a better society.
As students of the Superior School of Hospitality and Tourism of Estoril, the Leisure Management and Tourism Entertainment degree, the final challenge of the course was the conceptualization and implementation of a cultural event. In addition to the creative freedom given throughout the process, the group counts on the support and accompaniment of the entity and a group of teachers, with extensive professional experience in organizing events. The group is made up of six elements characterized by a strong team spirit, cooperation, proactivity, and creativity, with some members having experience in organizing and managing events.
Panóplia is a cultural event that takes advantage of the Portuguese talent to give its participants the opportunity to explore a cultural, participative and dynamic event, at the same time that it harnesses the potential of the emerging Portuguese youth that, increasingly, seeks answers for the construction of a better society. To this end, on May 18, those who visit Panóplia, at Anjos70 in Lisbon, can choose from a diverse cultural program, ranging from concerts, intimate conversations, fashion shows and live painting, addressing current themes and looking for always a consolidation of Portuguese art and culture. The profile of the young festival in Portugal has been consolidating, being that at the moment, it seeks unique and memorable experiences that allow valuing at the same time a sensorial, affective, behavioral and intellectual dimension. In addition, it seeks to be accompanied by friends and obtain most of the information on this kind of events through official websites and social networks. Panóplia fits into the needs of this emergent profile, due to its interactive and cultural nature, constituting an exploration opportunity with a high development potential and growth margin, as well as allowing the empowerment of the artistic and young Brazilian community. The event is thus aimed at a young adult audience, aged between 18 and 35 years, distinguished by their academic background and interest in art, music, and culture, aligned with curiosity and a sense of environmental and social responsibility.
We already have the Anjos70 space, in Lisbon, where the event will take place, and as Media Sponsors, Antena 3 (Radio) and the Culture & Art Community, being a Co-Production with the Lisbon City Hall.