01.26 - Forró group Falamansa


Forró group Falamansa is pioneer in the so-called “Forró Universitário”. The dancing and passionate music of the group has marked a whole generation. The group comes to Brasília to present the last concert of its recent tour “Lá da Alma”.



It’s commonly believed that Brazil’s national dance is Samba. Not so. There is only one dance rhythm that is danced throughout the entire country and it’s called Forró. The dance is at least 50 years old and the music is older.


Falamansa helped to revamp this rhythm for the younger audiences. With the rise of the forró on the nights of the capital of São Paulo, the “forró universitário” movement emerged all over the country.


Venue: Bamboa Brasil
Setor Hípíco, Trecho 3, next to ParkShopping
Friday, January 26, at 7 pm
R$ 80,00 and R$ 40,00 (half-price for students and senior citizens)


01.22 - Robertinho do Recide at Clube do Choro


Guitarist Robertinho de Recife, the Brazilian pop rock living legend, is the main attraction at Clube do Choro on Monday, January 22 and Tuesday, January 23. The musician will be performing with a power trio that makes a synthesis of heavy rock with Northeastern music.


The history of the guitar in Brazil is intertwined with the story of Robertinho de Recife. He is considered one of Brazil’s most gifted guitarists. In the 1980s, Robertinho de Recife was known as the “Brazilian Eddie Van Halen” with hits such as "Eruption" and "Fantasia em Preto e Branco".


Robertinho do Recife has experienced with the most diverse music styles such as rock, pop, blues, jazz and sacred music.


Venue: Clube do Choro
SDC, Bloco G, Eixo Monumental Avenue. (next to TV Tower)
Monday, January 22 and Tuesday, January 23, at 9 pm
R$ 40,00 and R$ 20,00
Rating: 14

Instrumentalist Nailor Proveta

In its fifth season in Brasilia, the Solo Music series presents, each month, a concert of instrumental music at Teatro da CAIXA. Celebrating the musical diversity, the recitals present a unique repertoire and surprise the audience with little known musical instruments.

In January, the clarinetist and saxophonist Nailor Proveta presents a recital that includes new songs made especially for the project.

Nailor Proveta is a prominent figure in the Brazilian instrumental music scene. Member and founder of Banda Mantiqueira, composer and arranger, he has been involved in many of the best and most relevant musical projects of the last decades.


Venue: Teatro da Caixa - Caixa Cultural
Where: Setor Bancário Sul, Quadra 4, Lotes 3/4 - Asa Sul
When: Wednesday, January 17, at 8 pm
Price: R$ 20,00 and R$ 10,00 (haf-price for students and senior citizens)
Rating: 12

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