Don your dancing shoes and brush up your moves, Brissie! A massive music, food and entertainment line-up have been announced for Brisbane’s biggest Brazilian Day Street Party!
The fun will be kicking off from 12pm on Alden Street, Fortitude Valley. Presented by Revelry Entertainment, Uni Party People and Smirnoff, this family-friendly fiesta will celebrate Brazilian Independence day, featuring authentic Brazilian food and drink, live music, DJ sets, samba dancing and much more!
The live music line-up will keep the party pumping all afternoon and evening, with an exciting slew of local Brazilian bands and DJs including Favella Beat, Afrobeat, Brazil Australia Band (Axe Micareta), Eddie Gazani (Forro), DJ Pedro, and DJ Rafael Xavier all performing on the main stage. A range of samba, capoeira and drumming performances are guaranteed to get everyone up on their feet and moving. Just like the famous Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, dazzlingly-dressed performance groups will parade together down Alden Street for an explosive finale street parade like nothing Brisbane has ever seen!
To keep all you festival-goers fuelled up, there will a huge variety of delicious Brazilian and South American food vendors and trucks, including Navala Churrascaria who will be serving up their famous Brazilian barbecue, as well as tasty Samba Paella thanks to the guys from Samba Catering Co. Tapioca House will be making an apearance, along with Di Bella Coffee, Paleta Mia and Donut Boyz for those who are keen to indulge their sweet tooth. The Wickham Beer Garden will remain open for the entire duration of the event to festival-goers only and will have a range of delicious items on the menu made in-house by their resident chef. If you’re looking for something a little more authentic, there will also be plenty of exotic Brazilian beverages to quench your well-earned thirst, including Caprioska, Caipirinha and Batida cocktail tents.
There will be something to pique the interest of every little punter in the jam-packed Kids’ Zone! Brisbane Brazilian Early Learning Centre will be running mini classes in sensory play, arts and craft, storytelling, and music. Young people under 18 attending the festival will need to be accompanied by an adult with parental responsibility.
Brisbane’s biggest Brazilian Day Street Festival is one event you don’t want to miss! Gather your group of fellow festival-goers and secure your tickets now for your chance to party as only the Brazillians know how! And if you find that you’re itching to keep partying after the festival draws to a close, join one of the official after parties kicking off at GPO, The Met Bamboo Bar and The Wickham Hotel!
To make sure you’re in the loop up until the day of the festival, hit ‘like’ on the party’s Facebook page for all the information you need!