Sold out became postponed, then sold out became cancelled and finally sold out became postponed once again. For all the reasons we mention below, Amplifest 2021 is now postponed to 2022 and will take place in two consecutive weekends: FDS1 on October 7 + 8 + 9 and FDS2 on October 13 + 14 + 15, in the beautiful and melancholic city of Porto.

Amplifesters, we did everything we could. Everything. We really missed seeing you face to face, enjoying the best riffs with all of you, vibing with our favorite bands and being with our Amplifamily, but after all these months of hard work we came to a point that, for the good of all, we had to make a decision.

The uncertainties related to the pandemic, the recent government directions and especially the fact that some confirmed bands started to postpone their tours again, gave us no other solution.

An Amplifest where you need to be sitting down and socially distancing, only to a few hundred people, is not an Amplifest. Amplifest is a place of freedom, a multi-sensory experience where social interactions and the spirit of celebration cannot be sacrificed.

We owe you all the utmost esteem,consideration and respect, and so each edition must always surpass the previous one; the decision to postpone now and return in 2022 with two weekends goes in that direction.

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One of the best musical weekends of the year.
— Rock-A-Rolla
Not a festival, an experience. Amplifest’s editions get better each year.
— CVLT Nation
It’s something else, something transcendent.
— WAV.

Venue Hard Club

Info / How to get there

Hard Club, with its blood-red painted iron structure, is the very heart of Amplifest.


Your ticket(s) is valid for the first AMPLIFEST 2022 weekend i.e. FDS1 that will take place on october 7th, 8th and 9th of 2022. You don't have to do anything, just keep it and show it when the day comes and you can also buy the second weekend (FDS2) with a great discount until august 15.

For more info about tickets and eventual refunds please click here:


What to do when we are preparing everything

European Best Destination 2017 — Porto

Recently elected Best European Destination for the fourth consecutive time, Porto is a very beautiful city, especially the downtown area. For those who are not yet familiar, we’d first recommend a stroll and a beer or glass of Port Wine at Ribeira, overlooking the Douro River, then crossing the D. Luiz iron bridge, and onceyou’re in Vila Nova de Gaia, let yourself be enchanted by the view of Porto.

Near Hard Club, which is also an historic building (Mercado Ferreira Borges, a fine example of Portuguese iron architecture from the XIX century), you can visit the gothic architecture of Igreja de S. Francisco, filled with the richness of golden baroque carving, the neoclassic Palácio da Bolsa and wander around beautiful narrow alleys and picturesque streets.

A 5 minutes’ walk will take you to Nicolau Nasoni’s baroque architecture of Torre dos Clérigos (if you can, don’t miss the chance of climbing all of the 240 steps),

visit the Portuguese Photography Center at the neoclassic Cadeia da Relação do Porto, Livraria Lello and its amazing staircase, admire Rua dos Clérigos modernist architecture, the elegant Avenida dos Aliados and the stunning tile panels of Estação de São Bento. Go a little more upwards and visit the Sé Cathedra and the São João National Theatre, play a game of cards with the locals at Praça da Batalha and plunge into Rua de Santa Catarina’s cosmopolitan movement.

Take the subway and visit Casa-Rem-Koolhaas-da-Música and wander a bit more to Museu-Siza-Vieira-de-Serralves and its beautiful gardens. Don’t forget to visit the romantic garden of Palácio de Cristal and the famous art galleries of Miguel Bombarda Street. All of this not accounting for all the amazing places to eat and drink, record stores, and so much more.

And, most importantly, you can be certain that those who visit Porto are always welcome with open arms and a wide smile. It really is an unique city and the only one where Amplifest could ever take place!

What the press said

Accreditation until October 1st.

Hard Club

Praça do Infante D. Henrique
41º8'31"N 8º36'54"W

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An historic building that dates back to the 18th century, it stands in one of the most beautiful parts of Porto, with a view to the Douro river and only minutes away from the city center. Originally intended to function as a market, it has been renovated as a music venue. Hard Club holds two rooms, Sala 1 and Sala 2, with a capacity for 1000 and 400 people respectively. Between these two rooms, a large corridor – the mainfloor – will welcome the merchandise stands and the record stalls and also serve as a communal area to hang out between shows.


Where to park: Park safely and for free wherever you find a spot from saturday 16:00/ 4:00pm onwards until monday 9:00/ 9:00am. There's an underground parking right in front of Hard Club (check the prices before enter).


Airport: There are many low-cost companies flying to Porto, check your flight at After landing in Porto, take the Metro, line E, and change to line D at Trindade Station. Leave at São Bento Station (two stations after) and walk 5min downhill through Mouzinho da Silveira street.

AmpliDeposit Details

1) Amplideposit 1 is available until April 30th.
2) Amplideposit 2 is available until July 31st. If you don't buy the Amplideposit 2 your order won't be complete and Amplideposit 1 will be lost.
3) After the purchase of each Amplideposit, you'll receive an Amplivoucher on your mailbox with the following title: AMPLIFEST 2016 WE: DEPOSIT 1 and AMPLIFEST 2016 WE: DEPOSIT 2
4) In order to get your Amplifest 2016 weekend ticket + wristband you'll need to print both Amplideposits and exchange them at the ticket box.
5) Don't forget your ID, it's mandatory.
6) Buy buying the Amplideposit you're also accepting our conditions mentioned at Amplistore.