Thanks for supporting New Orleans Parading Tradition

At the NOLA Jazz Museum SEPT. 17 9am to 6pm

There will be events and exhibits all day long throughout the Jazz Museum in different locations.

New Orleans Brasil Day Festival Lineup

9am – 6pm
09:00am – 10:15am Rosangela Silvestre Dos Santos –  Workshop 
09:00am – 10:15am Lecture – The history of Bossa Nova you don’t know: How to not play like a gringo
10:30am – 11:15am Lecture – The Oppression of African American Voices within Afro Brasilian Culture
11:15am – 12:00pm – Salgueiro Brothers and Sabrina
 – samba drumming and dance class 
Bring your own samba drum to participate there will also be extra Samba instruments available
12:00pm – 12:45pm – Music Performance – Cissa Paz  
12:45pm – 01:00pm – Dance/Musical interval Performance – Pan Vibrations
01:00pm – 01:30pm – Music Performance – Performance – The TRUTH Brass Band special Guest Mestre Curtis, Bomani Pierre and Casa Samba Drummers
01:30pm – 01:45pm – Dance interval Performance – Giant steps – Silhouette Dance Ensemble – Kai Knight
01:45pm – 02:15pm – Music Performance – Herlin Riley’s Quartet
02:15pm – 02:30pm – Dance interval Performance –  Big Chief Kevin Goodman 
02:30pm – 03:15pm – Music Performance – Marcio Pereira and Friends
03:15pm – 03:30pm – Dance interval Performance – Capoeira New Orleans
03:30pm – 04:20pm – Music Performance – Geovone Santos Band
04:20pm – 04:45pm – City of New Orleans Presentation


04:45pm – 05:00pm – Celebrate Mestre Curtis and Carol Barber-Pierre
 – Group Photo


05:00pm – 6:00pm – Casa Samba and Friends, Ben Hunter, Blake Amos

  Samba Second-line  

Special guest Big Chief, Shaka, Big Chief Honey, Baby Dolls, YMO Second Line Dancers, Free spirit Stilt Dancer    

Mestre brothers of Salgueiro Bateira Gustavo and Guilherme Oliveira

Samba Show
Passista presentation “Sabrina of Salgueiro”

“Jorge Alabe” and Lisa Romana Orange Singers of Samba 

 – Group Photo –