Arizona celebrations sure to be Brazilliant

August 31, 2012 by  

Tempe residents will sample a South American flavor right on their doorsteps, as the 3rd Annual Brazilian Day Arizona comes to 910 Live, located at 910 N. McClintock Drive. Attendees must be over 21 to attend.

The festival is designed to celebrate the largest Arizona Brazilian Independence Day in the valley, with the entire event heavily focused on Brazilian culture and history, introducing newcomers to both the past and the present. There will be traditional Brazilian bands, DJs, performances, dancing, capoeira, drinks, food, and much more. This festival is known locally as ‘Brazilian Day’ and has become a worldwide spectacular that integrates the essence of Brazil.

Performers for this event are both international and local and there will be a new Brazilian jiu-jitsu event, as well as an annual Samba Queen competition and crowning. Brazil’s national beverage, Caipirinha’s, will be available and served. Besides these activities, there will be a number of prizes, vendors, and give-aways. Guests are invited to come and enjoy the infectious rhythms and energy of the Brazilian culture.

The date for the diary is Saturday, September 8, and doors will open at 8:00 pm with the show starting at 9:00 pm. Poster printing and flyer printing may have been used to advertise and promote this celebration to the people who live in the valley and nearby. Admission to join the festivities costs $15 per person. To learn more about the Brazilian Day celebrations, please visit the Brazilian Day Arizona website or call 602-518-4145.

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