Get ready to party like a Brazilian because this March 10 CarnAustralia is coming to the Royal International Showgrounds in Brisbane and we can already smell that delicious Brazilian food wafting down the streets! In case you’re wondering why this event deserves a spot on your Google calendar, let us give you some insight into what partying like a Brazilian entails:
The Carnaval in Salvador takes place over several kilometres throughout the city and lasts for a week. Last year Brazil welcomed nearly a million tourists to Salvador for Carnaval with the whole event amassing nearly $6 million .
This is an event Queenslanders won’t want to miss as CarnAustralia is shaping up to be an authentic Brazilian Carnaval experience with Brazilian food, bands such as Jammil E Uma Noites (one of the most famous bands to come from Bahia), Terremoto Band (Brisbane) will play on top of an electric truck, a museum of folia (the telling of Carnaval’s history), and much more! This March 10 will be a day filled with fun, food, and culture!