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A jammed-packed 10 hours of incredible live music, Dia de Brasil is all about celebrating everything that makes Brasilian culture beautiful.
Brazil has a population of over 190 million people so it isn’t surprising that when it comes to art and culture, they have a lot to offer. In celebration of this variety, Día de Brasil squeezes just a fraction of the best acts around into a 10-hour festival. This year, you can expect to see singing sensation Flávia Bittencourt (pictured right), who’s a current favourite in her home country. Also appearing are percussionists Grupo Bongar who work tirelessly to preserve the Pernambuco culture.