When Brazilian fans said “come to Brazil” they didn’t expect that all artists would want to come at the same time. However, after so many requests, the musicians didn’t take it as a joke, so check out this list so you don’t miss the chance to meet your favorite singer or band in 2023!
With three cities confirmed (São Paulo, Curitiba and Rio de Janeiro), Coldplay returns to Brazil after performing at Rock in Rio. The band’s shows were meant to be in October 2022, however, vocalist Chris Martin suffered a lung infection and was unable to sing.
With the rescheduling of the dates, the venue where they would perform in São Paulo was changed and, to the happiness of the fans, new dates were defined so that those who could not get the ticket had a chance.
The British band will be in Brazil on the days 10, 11, 13, 14, 17, 18, 21, 22, 25, 26 and 28 of March.
One of the biggest festivals in the country is back with its tenth edition and great attractions have been announced. From pop to rock, the setlist manages to gather different audiences in one place. Among the shows are presented Billie Eilish, Lil Nas X, Twenty One Pilots, Tame Impala, Drake, Rosalía, Cigarettes After Sex and a lot more. The festival will happen on the 24th, 25th and 26th of March, at the Interlagos Circuit, in São Paulo. The Lolla Pass ticket that entitles you to three days is being sold for R$1800 for students.
3. TOVE LO
The Swedish singer will perform in Brazil on March 28, after her performance at Lollapalooza. With great hits like “Talking Body”, “Habits” and “Cool Girl”, the artist brings to Brazil her new tour, Dirt FemmeTour, for the happiness of her fans.
4. MONSTERS OF ROCK
It’s already the seventh edition of the rock festival in Brazil, and this year the line up is stronger than ever and drove fans crazy when the bands that will play were announced. Among them are Kiss, Scorpions, Deep Purple, Helloween, Saxon, Symphony X and Doro all in one day. The festival will take place in São Paulo, at Allianz Parque, on April 22, 2023, and will bring together different generations in one place.
The German band returns to Brazil with the Rock Believer Tour, celebrating 58 years on the road. The world hard rock quintet will perform on April 25th, in the south of the country, at Ginásio do Gigantinho.
Bringing classics like “Still Loving You”, “Wind Of Change”, “The Zoo”, the group joins generations since the 80’s.
We already realized that 2023 is the year of festivals, and Mita is there to prove it once again. Different from the others, the festival will be both in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, with great attractions. Both cities receive great artists like Lana del Rey, Florence + The Machine, HAIM, Sabrina Carpenter and more.
In Rio de Janeiro, it will take place on the 27th and 28th of May, and, in São Paulo, on the 3rd and 4th of June.
7. ASIA STAR FESTIVAL
With a date set for July 7th, the festival will bring artists from Thailand, South Korea, Japan and China to Brazil. The first edition promises to unite musicians from different genres, at Espaço Unimed, in São Paulo.
With five hours of music, the stars to come are Jeff Satur, Boy Story, TRI.BE, 2Z, Miyavi and Class:y.
8. THE TOWN
One of the main festivals of the year will take place in São Paulo in September. With more than 235 hours of music and 5 stages spread throughout the space, The Town was born big, since its creators are the same as Rock in Rio. On the 2nd, 3rd, 8th, 9th and 10th, the city will be full of culture and music of different rhythms. Just like Lollapalooza, the festival will take place at the Interlagos Circuit, featuring big names in music such as Bruno Mars, Maroon 5, Post Malone, Foo Fighters and more.
9. THE WEEKND
With confirmed passage in Brazil, the artist comes to the country with his After Hours Til Dawn tour. His first show will take place at the Nilton Santos Engenhão Stadium, in Rio de Janeiro, on October 7th. The second at Allianz Parque, in São Paulo, on October 10th.
The Mexican band created from the soap opera Rebelde returns to the stage now to celebrate 20 years of legacy. In Brazil, the singers will perform on the 16th, 17th and 18th of November in São Paulo. In the city of Rio de Janeiro, the band sings on the 19th of the same month.
With continued success, the group has already sold more than eight hundred thousand tickets in hours in the US, Mexico and Brazil.
The article above was edited by Juliana Sanches.
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