Celebrating Brazilian Culture on July 24 at Earlscourt Park
Toronto – The 13th edition of the Toronto hottest Brazilian summer fest will take place on Sunday, July 24th, from 11am to 10pm, at Earlscourt Park (1200 Lansdowne Ave, Toronto, ON). Free admission!
The largest Brazilian festival in Ontario is organized and produced by Itabras Entertainment Productions Inc. by the president of Itabras, Arilda de Oliveira and her competent staff. “Where there is a Brazilian event, you can’t miss its good music and its delicious food,” says Arilda. Being the largest country in South America, Brazil has a mixture of cultures providing an eclectic event to the city of Toronto.
With a full day agenda and packed with Brazilian culture, the festival presents great performers and bands that will take the stage during the 11 hours of entertainment. The event also includes food vendors and exhibitors, plus an exclusive Bar Garden (with our famous cachaça Pitu (caipirinha), tropical juices, and much much more). Everything is very well planned and structured, in order to keep the security and safety of our visitors.
The musical part will include great local artists, who will present various styles of music from Forró to Samba to Bossa Nova, Brazilian Country Music, etc. Also, we will have a Capoeira, the Brazilian martial art, group present. Amongst the performers, we will have musicians direct from Brazil, like Zeca Polina, André Dalla Costa and Leo Pretto.
On top of that, there will be an exclusive area just for the kids!
Where: Earlscourt Park (St. Clair West and Caledonia) – 1200 Lansdowne Ave, Toronto, ON M6E 1C5
When: Sunday, July 24th, 2016, 11am – 11pm
How Much: Free Admission
What to see: Brazilian Musicians, Capoeira, Samba Dancers, Brazilian Drummers, Kids Dance, and much more.
What to eat and drink: Brazilian BBQ (traditional Picanha), Brazilian pastries, tropical juices, and our traditional Caipirinha (made with lemon, sugar, and sugar cane liquor – our cachaça Pitu)
The Toronto International BrazilFest is the best outdoor Brazilian event in the city according to the Top Choice Award Association. This success is attributable to the passion and energy expressed by the Brazilian community through their abilities and talents.
The Toronto International BrazilFest offers the possibility to try a bit of Brazilian fun without living the city.