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Brazil is widely famous for its parties and of course the carnival in Rio-de-Janerio, which is the biggest in the world. The vibe of Brazil, the music, the warmth of the people, diverse culture, beautiful landscapes, etc. makes Brazil the ultimate holiday destination. And the music festivals in Brazil are some of the most celebrated events, with people flocking in huge attendance from around the world. Also, Brazil being South America’s largest country is home to multiple music styles including modern, rock, pop, dance, and traditional – which makes its music festivals even more interesting. And you should definitely not miss the best ones they host. Here is all the information you need to know about the best music festivals in Brazil

Rock in Rio

Rock in Rio is a massive music festival featuring rock, pop, and beyond. The festival has expanded to more locations around the world including Las Vegas and Lisbon, but Brazil still remains its core. The festival is averagely attended by about 1.2 million people from across the countries. The 2019 lineup of this festival included top artists such as Drake, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pink, Muse, Imagine Dragons, and others. This year it is expected to be even better.

Place: Rio-de-Janerio

Expected Dates: September 26- October 4, 2020


This festival is an enthralling celebration of electronic music and related culture. It is also one of the biggest dance music festivals in Brazil. The vibe of the festival is very laid back and provides a lot of freedom to let loose. There are powerful music creativity and thrilling beats, making people groove all night long. This one-day festival hosts top musicians of house, techno, EDM, and trance from across the globe. The line-up for last year included Charlotte De Witte, Vini Vici, Timmy Trumpet, among others.

Place: Itu

Expected Dates: September 19, 2020

Festival Bananada

This week-long music festival has been going on for more than two decades and encouraging national and international independent music. The festival is not focused around a particular genre and thus, invites independent artists from anywhere across the world to participate. The festival has led to the birth of multiple fresh talents across musical genres and visual arts streams. For 2019, the festival hosted Pitty, Criolo, Duda Beat, Boogarins, Metá Metá, and more.

Place: Goiâna

Expected Dates: 2020 dates to be announced

Time Warp Brazil

Known as the true veteran of the techno festival space, the Time Wrap festival in Brazil is among the finest concerts in its underground electronic space. Moreover, the festival brings together an immaculate combination of sound engineering, stunning lighting, and an impressive array of underground finest artists and DJs. The visual, sound and the pure techno vibe of the festival will captivate you like no other. This two-day festival is also hosted in other locations around the world such as Germany.

Place: São Paulo

Expected Dates: 2020 dates to be announced

Well, that is really not all. There are so many other enthralling festivals that you can attend if you already checked this list of the best ones. We suggest you plan well and make your flight bookings in advance on LatinOFare to grab the best flight deals. For festivals whose dates have not been announced for 2020, we suggest you book anticipatory air tickets keeping 2019 in mind; modify them later or cancel, if needed. Wondering how this is possible? Well, LatinOFare allows you to protect your trip with its domestic travel protection, which covers trip cancellation, trip delays, trip interruption, etc. Also, you can make use of LatinOFare’s travel assist program that allows for free cancellation and many other post-ticketing benefits with a minimal fee.

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