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First Brazilian Carnaval party is in NZ


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Brazilian Carnaval

Carnival, the most anticipated Brazilian party of the year starts earlier in New Zealand. It is the Brazilian Carnival that takes place every year at the Juice Bar in Auckland.

Last year the festival was attended by over 400 people who enjoyed the sound of Brazilian band Mani & Band. This year Mani brings a new band with new repertoire, Mani Band & Rock Sambado that mixes pop / rock international to the rhythm of samba plot. Not to mention the famous Carnival songs and samba.

The fun takes over with the Best Costume contest that rewards the winner with a $ 50 bar tab.

The party rolls on Tuesday (eve of Waitangi Day holiday) February 5 at 9pm at Juice Bar (144 Parnell Rd, Auckland).

Entry: $ 10

More info at: www.gobrazilian.co.nz

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