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Brazilian music festivals you should know about

Brazilian music festivals you should know about

In 1985, the image of an enormous crowd singing “Love of My Life” to an emotional Freddie Mercury during the first Rock in Rio put Brazil on the map of the world’s biggest—and most vibrant—music festivals. But beyond super productions such as Rock in Rio and Lollapalooza, the country offers a wide range of experiences for Brazilian and international music lovers.

Following the tradition, Brazilian festivals are a way for the people to engage, to demonstrate their political views and to celebrate. But, unlike the mega concerts focused on bringing...

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