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Exaltasamba é sucesso no Brazilian Day Canada 2011

Posted by José Francisco V. Schuster em 05/09/2011



Hora segunda, 5 de setembro às 13:30 – 06 de setembro às 01:00 Localização Yonge-Dundas Square At the corner of Yonge and Dundas Toronto, Ontario Criado por Dj Eddy Mais informações Join us for the 3rd annual Brazilian Day Canada a Free Concert at Yonge-Dundas Square on September 5th, 2011, Labour Day. Celebrate Brazil’s Independence Day two days early. This festival celebrates Canada’s multiculturalism through one of the most vibrant cultures in the world. Through traditional music, dance and food, Brazilian Day Canada gives everyone, no matter what their cultural background a chance to be Brazilian for a day. Last year more than 70 000 people gathered at Yonge-Dundas Square transforming the heart of Toronto into an ocean of green and yellow. The festival will close Yonge Street from Dundas St to Shuter St. Globo Television, the fourth largest network in the world and the powerhouse behind this international celebration will bring Brazilian superstars Exaltasamba television host Serginho Groisman. Brazilian Day Canada is free event. In the tradition of Brazilian Carnival, there are limited number of tickets available for those who wish to be closer to the action. Known as the Camarote, these tickets include a special Brazilian Day Canada T-shirt, access to the licensed area and washrooms during the event. CLICK HERE FOR VIP TICKETS : Brazilian Day Canada Festival: Free Concert – Samba in the Square Featuring: Exaltasamba, Hosted by Serginho Groisman PLUS Diogo Snow DJ Eddy DJ Roger Santos Batucada Carioca Joyce Candido Jose Paulo The Samba Connection Local MC Filipe Leite Susan Trindade *********************************************************** Brazilian Day Canada Official After Party Hard Rock Café @ Dundas Square 8pm to 1am Featuring: DJ Eddy AND DJ Roger Santos FOR TICKETS CLICK HERE :

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