a main stage line-up with pulsating sounds of Brazilian/Afro Latin music for Brazilica 2018

in Liverpool on Saturday 14 July, and FREE

published: Thu 7th Jun 2018

The Fontanas

Friday 13th to Saturday 14th July 2018
Derby Square, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 7NU, England MAP
FREE except afterparty on Saturday
daily capacity: 80000
last updated: Thu 7th Jun 2018

Taking place on the banks of the Mersey at Pier Head Village, Liverpool, the main stage line-up for Saturday 14 July has been announced for Brazilica Festival.

Musicians from across the globe will bring the pulsating sounds of Brazilian/Afro Latin music to to the stage from 12 - 8pm. There's French/Brazilian Agathe Iracema, Rio de Janeiro born singer-songwriter Aleh Ferreira with Latin funk, Afro-soul, reggae and samba rock, percussion-driven electronic quartet Penya, with cultural influences ranging from Brazil, Angola and Portugal there's Sueli G, and Brazilian funk and jump up Latin Ska from The Fontanas (pictured above). There will also be Carnival DJ's taking to the stage keeping the samba beats going, performing throughout the day.

Maeve Morris, Artistic Director of Liverpool Carnival Company, said: "We have another fantastic line up of Latin infused music for this year's festival and we can't wait to see crowds dancing along to the Brazilica beats. Music is a huge component in the festival and we are delighted with our 2018 line up."

Following the main stage music you'll be able to continue enjoying the carnival spirit; head to the city centre, for the night time carnival parade starting at 8pm from Abercromby Square through the city to the end at Williamson Square. 

With family friendly entertainment and all around positive vibes and summer feel, what's not to like about FREE?

 



Friday 13th to Saturday 14th July 2018
Derby Square, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 7NU, England MAP
FREE except afterparty on Saturday
daily capacity: 80000
last updated: Thu 7th Jun 2018


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