Vale do Anhangabaú bets on musical diversity with rock, pagoda and piseiro attractions
This Wednesday, the 25th, the city of Sao Paulo celebrates 469 years. To celebrate the anniversary, the municipal secretariat of culture announced a program of free concerts throughout the city. To honor migration, the Anhangabaú Valley it receives concerts from artists from different states of the country from noon. The south of Mato Grosso Almir Sater opens the day at noon; at 2 pm the band from Rio Grande do Sul free follows the schedule with a rock repertoire; Dona Onete brings the carimbó at 4 pm from Belém to the center of São Paulo. To end the night, the Carioca Pagoda of Beautiful and the piseiro from Pernambuco Joao Gomes, respectively at 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM. This year, the city’s traditional birthday cake will be cut at the municipal market.
The program continues to other regions of the city. In the southern zone, Nando Reis will present his career successes together with his son Sebastião Reis at Centro Cultural São Paulo at 7 pm. Barring sales, tickets must be collected in advance free of charge at the box office of the venue. In the western zone, Di Ferrerosinger of the band NX zero, shows his solo repertoire and the group’s successes at 5 p.m. at the Tendal Lapa Cultural Center. On the east side, fun artists love MC Bin Laden and MC Menor da VG play from 4pm. This week during an interview with Young panthe major Richard Nunes stated that the intention is for everyone to enjoy spaces in São Paulo with a decentralized program. “Events are taking place in all regions of the city, we are democratizing,” he said.
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