Centro Cultural de Belém (CCB) serves as the key venue at the festival at which choirs will perform. CCB consists of three structural blocks with outdoor courtyards that encompass a conference centre, performing arts centre (shown here) and the exhibition centre.
Performances will also take place at the Caminho Pedonal do CCB during the festival.
Mosteiro dos Jerónimos is a prominent Manueline-style 15th century monument classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Constructed on order of King Manuel I, the monastery is a representation of Portuguese expansionism and an ancient house of prayer for seamen leaving and entering the port.
Today, the concert within the cloisters of this grand structure is a key highlight at Festival Coral de Verão.
Castelo de São Jorge is a prominent Moorish mid-11th Century national monument in the heart of Lisbon. Overlooking the city and the Targus River from her commanding position on the hill, the Castelo is now a new concert venue and will host the State Choir Turkey at Festival Coros de Verão 2017.
Museu da Marinha is a Navy Museum dedicated to Portugal's maritime history in navigation and exploration. Located right next to the Jerónimos Monastery, the vast collection of maritime artefacts and ships serves as a backdrop for participants of the festival to perform in.
Jardim Vasco da Gama is a large central lawn located in the heart of the Belém district in Lisbon where participating choirs pop by to provide some summer entertainment to the crowds.