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MUSIC. FOOD. CULTURE Rhythm Brazilian Day is Australia's biggest Brazilian Festival! On its 16th edition, the festival is shaping up to bring Brazilian community and other nationalities together to celebrate the Brazilian wave in Australia.


There is exciting programming lined up to hold the family friendly festival over a full Sunday at Darling Harbour. The festival will proudly present the very best of Brazilian culture by main stage, performances, food court, kids area and our cultural village which aim to promote a taste a Brazilian style of  ART, SOCIAL, ECO and HEALTH.


Sure it will entertain everyone in a multicultural fun day in the heart of Sydney!


◆ Date: 17/09 - Saturday
◆ Starting 1:00PM
◆ Finishing: 9:00PM
◆ 18+ Event



◆ Telma Calado & Band
◆ Deco & Band
◆ Rio Projekt
◆ Plus Dance
◆ DJ Luke
◆ DJ Saad
◆ Dj Luca



◆ Celebrate your birthday with us! Only first 100 to register!
◆ Win 2 free tickets to our party if your birthday is in September!
◆ Guest needs to arrive together with the birthday person to have free entry.
◆ Fill the form to win



◆ 18+ guests only, drug-free event
◆ No drinks or bottles near the club
◆ Club management reserves all rights
◆ No entry: intoxicated or unruly guests
◆ Please arrive early, it's a capacity event
◆ Flip-flops aren't allowed inside the club
◆ Entry: only Passports or Australian ID
◆ Event ticket amount is not refundable
◆ Enjoy your time and party responsibly!


New South Wales Consolidated Acts: Under section 77 of the liquor act the venue can refuse/remove for intoxication, for approaching the venue holding an empty or full container, for drinking on approach, for violence or argumentative / quarrelsome behaviour. Bans can occur for any reason at anytime if the venue says excluding discrimination.

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◆ Follow us @bracca_australia

Founded and managed by volunteers throughout the last 23  years, the Brazilian Community Council of Australia is a non-for-profit organization that is recognized  both by the Brazilian and the Australian governments.

Through  Events and community engagement's projects we aim to promote Brazilian culture in Australia, to advocate the need for our community and increase friendship and cultural exchange between Australia and Brazil.

When it's all said and done, BRACCA  needs the society support to deliver support to the community.


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