Levada Festival Presents Brazilian Independent Music in Rio

In its sixth edition, the project invites ten artists from all over the country to perform in Tijuca and Ipanema through September 7th.

By Beatriz Miranda, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Last night (July 5th) the Levada Festival opened its sixth edition in Rio. Aimed at promoting independent Brazilian musicians and their latest productions, the festival takes place at Centro de Música Carioca Artur da Távola, in Tijuca, and Casa de Cultura Laura Alvim, in Ipanema, through September 7th.

Ten different singers from all over Brazil will perform on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8PM. For the first time also in a Zona Norte (North Zone) venue, the event intends to reach further audiences and become more open.

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