World Cup 2018: Watch Brazil x Switzerland as if you were in Rio
With feijoada, caipirinha and Samba performances, soccer lovers get together at Zebulon Café Concert
on June 17th to watch Brazil’s first game on the 2018 FIFA World Cup
Brazilian Nites, the largest Brazilian production company in the West Coast, takes the occasion to celebrate the Brazilian culture by organizing a gathering on June 17th at Zebulon, with live streaming of Brazil x Switzerland soccer game and after party featuring Samba show with Latin Grammy nominated, Rogê.
Rogê creates a laid back kind of samba that emerges as the soundtrack of modern and flourishing Rio de Janeiro. He composed the themes for the 2016 Olympics Games in Rio and the 2014 World Cup's Mascot. A frequent partner, Seu Jorge (well known for his 'Life Aquatic' project) recorded seven songs composed by Rogê in his most recently solo album, Músicas Para Churrasco (2012). ROGÊ
new album, Nomade, was recently out and is a mix of his Brazilian rhythms with music from other parts of the world, and was produced by Los Angeles based producer, Mario Caldato Jr.
Attractions also include performances of stunning “passistas” of L.A. Samba Dancers
, and Renata Potira
, with an eclectic and energetic set of Brazilian rhythm.
Brazil’s national dish, Feijoada, made with smoked meat (beef and ribs), black beans, rice, collard greens, and more, is part of the menu of Tender Grill Gourmet Brazilian Kitchen, a guest food truck parked on Zebulon’s patio on the occasion.
Zebulon, bar and noted experimental music venue, will also prepare Caipirinhas, Brazil’s most popular cocktail made of cachaça, lemon and sugar, to cheer the audience up.
This event is sponsored by Remo Music Center
World Cup 2018 – Brazil x Switzerland
Thursday, June 17th, 2018
Doors open 10am | After Party 1pm – 5pm
General Admission $10