If the flavours, fun and frivolities of Brazilian culture are your vibe, than we’ve got something sambalicous just for you…
Following its inaugural success last year, the Brazilian Beach Carnaval is coming back to Scarborough Beach this Saturday 7 March.
The free community event will be celebrating Brazilian culture is a myriad ways, brining scrumptious South American delicacies, exciting music and traditional performances to the Scarborough Beach Amphitheatre from 2 until 9pm.
It’s looking like a jam-packed day of festivities, from including Samba workshops and performances, live music and DJs, and a huge array of foodie faves like Churras, Tapi Truck, Sampas Pastel, Rio40 and more.
And in a first for the festival, there’ll be a street parade lead by Mestre Nunzio Moskito, dancing up from Brighton Reserve, past the pool and La Capanina before partying down in the Amphitheatre.
There’s literally something for everyone, with a host of kids acitivites and partying to start the day, before the sun sets and live performances from the likes of Sambrazil, Sambozzy Drumming and the Marchinhas’ band soundtrack your hot Samba night.