Brazilian Night

This event has been postponed; additional details coming soon.

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In the Crown with Caique Vidal and Batuque, Oxente, and Andressa Donohoe!

Enjoy a night inspired by the Brazilian culture, filled with samba workshop, dance and drumming performances, DJ and live show by Caique Vidal and Batuque.

You will be taken by the infectious sounds and grooves of Brazil and immersed in an authentic Brazilian experience.

Party like a Brazilian with us!

This event is standing room only. Limited seating available upon request.

Tickets are $14 in advance, or $19 at the door.
A $1 Facility Fee will be added to the price of each ticket. NC sales tax is included in the ticket price.

Guests can opt to have tickets mailed to them for a $1 postage fee, or can pick tickets up at will call for no additional charge.

Please note: There is an additional $3.50 per ticket service fee on web purchases. To avoid this charge, call the Carolina Theatre Box Office at 336-333-2605 Monday through Friday from noon until 5PM, or visit the Carolina Theatre in person.

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Caique Vidal and Batuque is a unique band that brings infectious energy and riveting dance grooves to the stage. “Batuque” (pronounced ba-TOO-kee) means to drum. The band delivers an explosive performance integrating the sounds of Afro-Brazilian percussion with keyboards, bass, guitar and horns to produce an innovative version of samba, reggae, salsa, bachata, pop, rock and Bossa Nova.

Caique Vidal and Batuque’s live performance is pure passion and energy!

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“Oxente” (oh-SHEN-chi) or “oxe” for short (osh) is an exclamatory expression used in the northeast of Brazil! Oxente is an exclamation used to express surprise, pride, or amusement.

Oxente is born in Durham, NC and perform the sounds of the afro Brazilian drumming style “Samba-Reggae” in a performance that can take your breath away with the rhythms from the streets of Brazil.

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If you have never danced samba, you will learn with one of the best Brazilian dancers of North Carolina.

Passionate about samba since her childhood, Andressa Donohoe was part of samba school in her hometown Matão in São Paulo State. Andressa was elected the Carnaval’s Miss and Queen and carried these titles for three consecutive years (2010-2012). Currently Donohoe lives Winston-Salem, where she shares and promote Brazilian culture (music, dance) with the local community in cultural events, schools and festivals.