fbpx
B.Leza Club African Music Lisbon

B.Leza Club Concert Hall Lisbon

Located in the heart of Lisbon, B.Leza is much more than just a night club. It is a true sanctuary of Luso-African culture, where the enchanting rhythms of African music resonate throughout Lisbon’s nights.

Founded in the 90s by musician Tito Paris under the name Baile, this iconic establishment takes its name from a legend of Cape Verdean music, Francisco Xavier da Cruz, better known as B.Leza. Its musical and cultural heritage permeates every corner of this space, making it an essential gathering place for live music enthusiasts and aficionados of African sounds.

Over the years, B.Leza Club has evolved, but its commitment to promoting African culture and live music has remained unchanged. Nestled on the banks of the Tejo in Cais de Sodr矇, it offers a diverse and captivating program that appeals to a varied audience. Whether you come to dance to the lively rhythms of Kizomba, Funan獺, or Coladeira, or simply to enjoy the warm and vibrant atmosphere, B.Leza promises memorable evenings to all who pass through its doors.

More than just a place of entertainment, B.Leza is a true gem of Lisbon’s nightlife, a place where music, dance, and culture come together to create unforgettable memories. Whether you are a regular or a curious visitor, an evening at B.Leza promises an immersive experience at the heart of Lisbon’s rich cultural diversity.

Practical Information

Opening Hours

During the week, B.Leza welcomes night owls from 10:30 pm until the early hours of dawn. On Fridays and Saturdays, the atmosphere is in full swing from 8:00 pm until late into the night. On Sundays, the venue invites you to extend the weekend by enjoying live music from 7:00 pm until 2:15 am.

  • Monday and Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: 10:30 pm04:00 am
  • Thursday: 10:30 pm04:00 am
  • Friday: 8:00 pm02:15 am
  • Saturday: 10:30 pm04:00 am
  • Sunday: 7:00 pm02:15 am

Cais G獺s 1, 1200-161 Lisboa
Follow their full schedule here

See also:

Where to listen to music and dance

What to do based on your group’s profile

Unconventional tours and tips

Street art

Bars & restaurants

Cultural venues

Places to explore in Lisbon

Miscellaneous

Latest articles

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Our newsletter is designed for residents who want to stay informed about events and get new ideas for going out in Lisbon. And for visitors who want to organize their stay in the capital with tips and tricks.

Join the community

Where to go out in Lisbon is an active network on Facebook, Telegram and Instagram. Together we share tips and ideas on what to do in the capital. Subscribe to our media to keep up to date in real time and plan a day out in Lisbon.

×

Hello!

×