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Posted by Nicole Richards on Thursday, October 15th, 2015 at 11:01am.



One of South Florida’s unique cities has the some of the largest concentration of Brazilians. Located around the center of Broward County, the beautiful beachside city of Pompano Beach, Florida was named recently as one of America’s Top 10 upcoming destination by Trip Advisor.

The 4th Annual Brazilian Festival of Pompano Beach is in full rhythm this year, implementing passion and excitement that will be uniting together on October 17, 2015 at the Pompano Beach Community Park!

Brazilian Festival has proven to be the largest symbol of the Brazilian art, culture and cuisine in South Florida for the past few years. For the City of Pompano Beach, the nonprofit Heartbeat Foundation is promoting multicultural events with the intention to integrate social cultures and follow the successful festival with the same formula for other events that will be adding a mix with trendsetting ideas.  With that perception and intent, the Brazilian Festival of Pompano Beach will be excelling every year!

The theme of this year’s event is to build the awareness on environmental protection and recycling which have the positive impacts on our global warming. Tons of innovative showrooms with pioneering ideas will be designed with recycled items. Thus, by having event scenography the new trends will portray the inspiration that we need to find solutions that can protect our environment proactively.  

Two stages will be booging to the Brazilian beats, with bands and solo artists as well as the best of the local bands. Much more than music, there will be a fun kids zone, skateboard competition and more than 100 vendors showcasing their cool things along with mouthwatering Brazilian food!

“With the support, we will achieve worldwide recognition, not only as the best Brazilian Festival in the US, but possibly the best Festival outside Brazil.”

Admission: FREE

Pompano Beach Community Park
820 NE 18th Avenue
Pompano Beach FL 33060

Date: October 17, 2015
Time: 11am to 10pm6

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