The Carnival parade in Brazil is a cultural beauty of South America. In Rio De Janeiro, Carnival is held grandly. This festival dates back to ancient Greco-Roman times to welcome spring and celebrate the beauty of everyday life.
Overview of the Carnival parade in Brazil
After pervading countries in Europe such as France, Spain, and Portugal…, Carnival transformed into a carnival and dance on the streets and streets. When this festival crossed the Atlantic Ocean to the land of the Americas (where the indigenous people and the Portuguese lived), Carnival gradually became an unmistakable cultural feature of South America’s people – Brazil.
Rio Carnival is the hottest month in the Southern hemisphere in February. When summer in Brazil is at its peak, people often think of street parties when it comes to this festival. Regular, hot performances.
Especially when the festival has become so famous, the carnival model seems everywhere… the more Rio Carnival is considered a global entertainment event. However, the colorful clothes and the seductive Samba dances also tell us about Brazil’s history, culture, and beliefs.
Rio Carnival is not an indigenous cultural activity but a festival formed in the process of acculturation typical in this country. The festival is unique by mixing indigenous culture with European and African traditions.
The word “Carnival” comes from the Portuguese word “Carne Vale,” which means “goodbye to meat” because, for Catholics, this festival takes place 40 days before Easter, before starting At the beginning of Lent. After this festival, one must abstain from all bodily pleasures. Before its introduction to Brazil, Carnival was a popular form of a festival in Roman Catholic societies with various forms of celebration but often including parties, floats, and carnivals…
Carnival appears in Brazil in the footsteps of Portuguese colonists. In 1840, the first Carnival in Rio de Janeiro was based on blending the Carnival form in Europe and the local culture. In addition, Brazil also has many black people, who are descendants of enslaved Africans brought here from the 16th to the 19th centuries.
The African Samba makes the Rio Carnival a unique style. Samba is now considered the traditional music of Brazil. When this music is played with the appearance of colorful costumes, one can only think of Carnival in Brazil.
Colorful Carnival is back after two years of the epidemic. From the famous beaches to the exciting nightlife in Rio de Janeiro… all exude magical energy. You can hear Samba music from every neighborhood, and dancing crowds are everywhere.
The most exciting is when Samba dancers appear in gorgeous, sexy costumes and bustling Samba music background amidst the audience’s enthusiastic applause. Visitors can immerse themselves in the festival by buying ready-made costumes on the street or on websites ranging from 188 USD to 700 USD.
With friendliness and hospitality, locals are willing to share their experiences with tourists participating in the festival.
One of the highlights of the Rio Carnival is the Magic Ball event at Copacabana Palace. It is the biggest and most extravagant party in the Rio Carnival. This party attracted a series of domestic and international celebrities to attend. To get a seat at this party, you can expect to pay between $800 and $1,500.
Every year millions of people visit Rio de Janeiro for the festival. And often the street parties, the Samba parade…