Pompano Beach, FL
Saturday, November 22nd
Ever wanted to take an adventure and go to Brazil? Well this Saturday, November 22nd, you can do so without even leaving the United States. Pompano Beach is creating a Brazilian atmosphere right here at the Community Park, located at 820 N.E. 18th Ave.(N.E. 10th St. and U.S. 1). The festivities will begin at 11:00a.m. and run until 10:00p.m.Broward County and the City of Pompano Beach are the hosts to this Brazilian Paradisiac Island, where Brazil’s culture; music, dance, cuisine and lifestyle will come alive. An estimated 10,000 attended the 2014 festival transforming this 300,000 square foot area into a street party. With 2 stages, Brazilian local bands, a kid’s zone, over 100 vendors/exhibitors, food and beverages plus the attractions and entertainment, you are sure to go home exhausted from all of the fun.
At the center of it all is the music! Ellen Oleria, a rising star and performer, one of Brazil’s newest talent phenom will be appearing. She is said to be the next winner of Brazil’s reality TV show “The Voice~Brasil.” The pop rock group, Arnaldo Molina and Band will be bringing Brazilian alternative rock and pop music to the festival along with the Maria Vai Casoutrast, the all female percussion band and Marcello and Maurino, the country sensation performing the latest hits along with some classics.
With all that music, you be be grooving to those tunes, working up an appetite. With all of the Brazilian favorites offered, make sure you try them out. There will be the traditional Brazilian Rodizio, all you can eat Brazilian style restaurant, Churrasco, grilled meats, Vatapa, a Brazilian stew, Pao de Queijo e Pastel, Brazilian cheese puff, to the sweets of Brigadeiros, a fudgy chocolate ball, Cocadas, a coconut traditional candy, Doce de leite, a sweet creamy paste, e Pamonha, a sweet corn dumpling. You will really get a great flavor of Brazil’s cuisine in this “Tasteland”.
This event is a free event. The largest Brazilian Event of South Florida, is a not for profit, and a community sponsored festival with the potential to become one of the largest in the Country.