Opa! Carnaval

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Opa! Carnaval

House of Yes and Group Dot BR presents Opa! Carnaval

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House of Yes 2 Wyckoff Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11237

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  • 8 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Get ready to shake your hips and let the Brazilian carnaval spirit take over! Group Dot BR, New York's only Brazilian theater company, is proud to present 'Opa! Carnaval' at the House of Yes on February 26th from 3 PM to 11 PM.

Join us for a full day of non-stop fun with the best carnaval tunes by Djs Greg Caz, Tahira (Brazil) and Tietta, Samba de Roda with Folha Seca, the all-female drums group Fogo Azul and Mambembé with special guest Ilê Ayê singer Marcos Costa. Plus, there will be live performances by Group Dot BR, Brazilian food, and an art exhibition by Angelica Walker Projects.

Kids are welcome from 3-6 PM, so bring the whole family and let the good times roll. Get there early to enjoy our caipirinha special and make the most of the party!

Come experience an unforgettable carnaval celebration!

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We'll also have a free makeup and costume station where you can transform into your carnaval self. Costumes are not mandatory, but why miss out on the fun?

::: MUSIC :::

Greg Caz




Andressa Furletti

Cacá Macedo

Douglas Tholedo

Fabiana Mattedi

Idalmis Garcia



Mariana Tamiozzy

Andrea Homemade Goods

::: Art exhibition presented by Angelica Walker Projects :::

All Ages 3pm -6pm | No Re-Entry

TABLES: YES, we have tables!- contact Reservations@houseofyes.org to book yours 🍾

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