The Brazilian Day in New York, is the largest Brazilian event outside, will occur this year on 4 September and I’m super mega hyper anxious. With the Brazilian Day I feel like I’m in Brazil, and has done very successfully over the 26 years with various Brazilian states here in the United States coming in caravans to especially enjoy the unique event that is celebrated the independence of Brazil in the territory U.S..
The stage is located between 43rd Street (Little Brazil) and Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue) and the festival will be presented from 11:00 to 18:00. This year’s show will be presented by Serginho Groisman, and have strong presence of Singer Luan Santana and the Exaltassamba group.
The event also attracts a diverse audience of Americans and multicultural residents interested in Brazil, or simply curious, driven by the beauty of the day and the contagious joy of the Brazilians.
The Festival began to celebrate Brazil/s Independence Day. Since 1984, that small celebration has only grown up to the point of attracting over 1.5 million in 2010, according information from NYPD.
The Brazilian Day is a unique opportunity to fellowship of Brazilian immigrants and Americans and other ethnic groups interested in discover Brazilian culture in all its intensity. For more information visit the website www.brazilianday.com.
The Brazilian Day festival is not simply a party celebration, to me become an opportunity out to the Brazilian community in the United States. We join each other from different parts of the word, many coming from Brazil just attend the festival, show their pride, advertise their culture and live their nostalgic and anoynymous feeling of being an immigrant away from home.
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Joyce Anne Granger