The magic formula of true Latin party spirit, sensuality and flavors seduces Los Angelenos when the 13th annual L.A. tradition of Brazilian Carnaval: Exotica beckons revelers on Saturday, March 2, 2013 at Club Nokia/LA Live. Carnaval, the euphoric, annual celebration, is the most famous and anticipated holiday in Brazil to let loose and dance the night away. The country stops completely for nearly a week and festivities are held day and night, mainly in coastal cities like Rio and Salvador, Bahia. In L.A.... there is only one night to celebrate – March 2.
L.A.’s official, annual party tradition, Brazilian Carnaval is the closest you can get to the excitement and rhythms of Rio and Bahia in Los Angeles. This dance and music concert features “Samba Da Mudança Samba School”. who will inaugurate Carnaval with a rambunctious parade, and Chalo Eduardo’s All Star Band of highly acclaimed international musicians performing Carnaval hits, plus an all night pageant of elite SAMBA DANCERS and CAPOEIRA, the Afro Brazilian martial art dance PLUS Bloco Nove with Bobby Easton... Timbalada rhythms!. A ticket includes a 100 drummer participatory drum circle by Remo.
Samba Class from 8:00pm to 8:30pm with Diane from Samba Bloco 4U!
Finger licking Brazilian appetizers by Rainbow Goodies and Peekaboo!
The Club Nokia Brazilian Carnaval 2013 is for all ages. Advance tickets are $45.00 general admission ($55.00 @ door); $65 for preferred seating ($75 @ door) in the upstairs lounge and an all access pass, group discounts are available by calling (818) 566-1111.
Purchase General Admission and Preferred Seating tickets by calling (818)[masked], visit http://www.BrazilianNites.com/
Club Nokia is located at 800 West Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90015. Parking on site available for a fee