02.24 - Sargento Pimenta carnival parade


One of the great attractions of the carnival in Rio de Janeiro, Sargento Pimenta carnival parade comes to Brasília for the already traditional “Descomplica” party.


Sargento Pimenta carnival parade is a phenomenon in the carnival with new and surprising versions of classic songs by the Beatles such as Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds and Good Morning Good Morning.


The line up for the party also features DJs Saraiva, Futuro and Dudu Moreira.


Venue: Ascade
Setor de Clubes Esportivos Sul, Trecho 2, Asa Sul
Saturday, February 24, at 8 pm
R$ 140,00 and R$ 70,00 (half-price for students and senior citizens)

02.23 - Country music singer Naiara Azevedo


Singer Naiara Azevedo returns to Brasília to present a new concert based on her most recent album “Constraste”. The concert takes place at Shed nightclub on Friday, February 23.


Naiara Azevedo is one of the main representatives of a new wave of female country music singers. With songs about heartbreak, letting go and parties, the singers of the new generation of country music are all about living out loud.


Naiara Azevedo became known with her number one hit “50 reais”. Since then, she has been a constant presence in the charts with songs in partnership with Mc Kevinho and Ivete Sangalo.


Venue: Shed Brasília
Setor de Clubes Sul, Trecho 2, Conjunto 26/27, Asa Sul
Friday, February 23, at 11 pm
Women – R$ 100,00 and R$ 50,00 (half-price for students and senior citizens)/ R$ 260,00 and R$ 130,00 (half-price for students and senior citizens)
(61) 99928-9988

02.24 - Noites Pernambucanas (Pernambuco Nights) at Clube do Choro


The musical project “Noites Pernambucanas” (Pernambuco Nights) occupies the Clube do Choro this weekend, showing the culture and the music of one of the most beloved Brazilian states.


It is a rare opportunity for exchange between masters of the Pernambuco cultural scene and artists from Brasilia with shows and lectures. Frevo, maracatu, baião and manguebeat are in the program. Musician Fabiano Medeiros, conductor of the Marafreboi Popular Orchestra of Brasilia, shares the stage with icons of Pernambuco music, wrapping up the carnival of Brasília.


In the presentations, Fabiano Medeiros invites to stage guests such as Maestro Forró, Maestro Ademir Araújo, Maestro Edson Rodrigues, considered one of frevo's greatest composers, and Maestro Spok, the ambassador of frevo.


Venue: Clube do Choro
SDC, Bloco G, Eixo Monumental Avenue (next to TV Tower and Convention Center)
Saturday, February 24, at 9 pm; Sunday, February 25, at 8 pm
Free Admission (Tickets must be taken prior at Clube do Choro box office)
Information: (61) 3224-0599

02.24 - After party carnival at Aruc


The traditional after carnival party “Baile da Ressaca do Suvaco da Asa” takes place this Saturday, February 24 at Aruc (Cruzeiro Velho). The party at the Samba school’s ballroom wraps up the carnival celebrations.


The group Afoxé Omó Ayó will do the traditional washing of the Aruc’s ballroom in a presentation that blends Afro-Brazilian music, dances and traditions of African matrix. The group Patubatê is also in the program. In the repertoire, there are classics of the Brazilian Carnival, especially rhythms from Pernambuco. Cirandas, maracatus and ijexás are part of the songs chosen for the presentation.


Drummer Téo Monteiro is in the line up as well, bringing the power of maracatu to the party. Wrapping up the evening, the all-women group Filhas de Oyá shows its unique sound.


Venue: Aruc
Where: Área Especial nº 8 – Cruzeiro Velho
When: Saturday, February 24, at 10 pm
Price: R$ 20,00
Rating: 18
Information: (61) 98203-7941

04.24 - Diana Krall in Brasília


Diana Krall, singer and jazz pianist, will come to Brazil in April for three presentations. The singer brings to Brasília the tour “Turn Up the Quiet”, which is based on her latest studio album. The Canadian singer performs in Brasilia on April 24.


At age 53, Diana has established herself as one of the most popular and respected contemporary jazz artists in the 1990s and 2000s. She has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide.


With five Grammy awards, the pianist began her career with albums made up of covers of big names such as Duke Ellington, Peggy Lee, Cole Porter and Nat King Cole, to whom she dedicated a tribute album, “All for You: A Dedication to the Nat King Cole Trio” (1996).


Venue and prices to be announced soon.

03.25 - Milton Nascimento in Brasília


The tour “A Semente da Terra” (The Seed of the Earth) brings acclaimed musician Milton Nascimento to Brasília on March 25.


Four-time GRAMMY-winning Brazilian singer-songwriter Milton Nascimento presents with one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary music a strong repertoire with his greatest hits.


As a songwriter, Milton Nascimento blends Brazilian and African folk, European classical music, Brazilian bossa nova and the rock sound of the Beatles.


Milton Nascimento has been a major star in Brazil and Latin America for forty years and has commanded sold-out performances in major cities in the United States.  With 37 solo albums and numerous collaborations to his credit, he has won the admiration of a diverse group of artists, including jazzmen Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock and Pat Metheny, and rock stars Paul Simon and Sting.



Venue: Centro de Convenções Ulysses Guimarães (Ulysses Guimarães Convention Center)
Eixo Monumental Avenue, next to TV Tower
When: Sunday, March 25, at 7 pm                
Price: Upper Level – R$ 180,00 andR$ 90,00 (half-price for students and senior citizens)/ VIP A – R$ 300,00 and R$ 150,00 (half-price for students and senior citizens)/ VIP B – R$ 240,00 and R$ 120,00 (half-price for students and senior citizens)/ Lounge 4 Seats – R$ 4.000,00 and R$ 2.000,00 (half-price for students and senior citizens)

Andrea Bocelli in Brasília


Andrea Bocelli comes to Brazil in 2018 with his new world tour. In Brasilia, the artist performs at Estádio Nacional (National Stadium) on September 20. To celebrate 20 years since his original release, a new special anniversary edition of the album "Romanza" was released in November 2016 worldwide.

The Italian opera tenor is known for his unique blend of opera and pop music. Bocelli's breakthrough came in 1992, when he was asked by Italian pop star Zucchero Fornaciari to record a demo of "Miserere", a song intended for renowned vocalist Luciano Pavarotti.

Though he claimed opera as his first love, Bocelli mixed arias with popular music on his recordings (a genre referred to by the press as "popera") in an effort to expand his audience base.


Venue: Estádio Nacional de Brasí­lia (National Stadium)
Eixo Monumental Avenue, next to TV Tower
September 20
To be announced
To be announced

Roger Waters in Brasília

Roger Waters will be coming to Brazil in October 2018 with his "Us + Them" tour. The former Pink Floyd leader will perform seven concerts in the country: São Paulo (October 9), Brasilia (October 13), Salvador (October 17), Belo Horizonte (October 21), Rio de Janeiro (October 24), Curitiba (October 27) and Porto Alegre (Ocotber 30).

This new worldwide tour features a mix of the musician's solo career with the songs of his years on Pink Floyd. According to the singer, 80% of the show will be of old materials and 20% of new songs.

"Wish You Were Here", "The Wall", "Animals" and "Dark Side of The Moon" are guaranteed in the repertoire.


Venue: Estádio Mané Garrincha (Mané Garrincha Stadium)
Where: SRPN - Setor Recreativo Parque Norte, Eixo Monumental Avenue (next to TV Tower)
When: October 13, 2018
Price: Regular: R$ 240,00 and R$ 120,00 (half-price for students and senior citizens)/ VIP: R$ 720,00 and R$ 360,00 (half-price for students and senior citizens)
Rating: To be announced