Paraiso do Tuiuti Samba School Ready for Rio 2018 Carnival

The school from São Cristóvão will be watched closely as they parade in the Sambódromo with a controversial theme that criticizes Brazil’s labor reform.

By Beatriz Miranda, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Sunday, February 11th, the Paraíso do Tuiuti samba school will be the fourth to parade with the Grupo Especial (Special Group) championship during the 2018 Carnival. Expected to enter at 12:30 AM (technically Monday, February 12th), the school promises to involve the audience for criticizing Brazil's labor reform.

This will be the third time in Carnival history that Paraíso do Tuiuti participates in Grupo Especial, the highest level among the six samba school leagues.

After conquering the sought after first place at Série A (Second . . .

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