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Pixel Show is the biggest art and creativity festival in Latin America. Organized by Zupi since 2005, the annual conference has been firmly established as a success. This year celebrates 13 years of inspiration, innovation, networking, and creative business deals.
Pixel Show São Paulo has a confirmed roster of renowned artists in the areas of illustration, motion graphics, graphic design, comics, 3D, visual arts, graffiti, fashion, architecture, product design, FX, make up, cinema, games, and much more. The international conference also includes workshops, live painting, bands, exhibitions, and an art and technology fair. If you like creation, design, art, and everything that is wrapped up in those things, don’t miss out on the country’s biggest creative event.
December 2 and 3
Rua Samaritá, 230, Casa Verde – São Paulo
For more information: www.pixelshow.com.br
CÉU COVERS “CATCH A FIRE” – BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS
‘Catch a Fire’ was the first reggae record to become a hit in the United States and Europe, and its positive reception created the perfect environment for Bob Marley to become an icon of music history. Backed by Dustan Gallas (guitar and vocals), Lucas Martins (bass), Chiquinho (keyboards and vocals), Pupilo (drums), and Zé Nigro (guitar and vocals), Céu will play all the tracks from the legendary record.
Bourbon Street Music Club
Rua dos Chanés, 127, Moema – São Paulo
For more information: www.bourbonstreet.com.br
SOLID ROCK – DEEP PURPLE & LYNYRD SKYNYRD
Solid Rock will consists of three special nights – with two bands that have been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and a special invited guest – that provide a genuine celebration of rock music. Deep Purple and Lynyrd Skynyrd will finally return to Brazil, to play in Curitiba, at Pedreira Paulo Leminski, on Dec. 12; at Allianz Parque in São Paulo on Dec. 13; and Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro on Dec. 15. Tesla will accompany the two bands on its first tour of Brazil.
Avenida Francisco Matarazzo, 1705, Água Branca – São Paulo
For more information: www.allianzparque.com.br
8th EDITION – FLOR CAFÉ BAZAAR
The Flor Café Restaurant is hosting the eighth edition of its Bazaar. The event will house stands selling jewelry, homemade jellies, books, air fresheners, kerchiefs stamped with art, clay skulls, handicrafts, women’s clothing, design items, and more. In addition, this year’s edition of the Bazaar, held at the Flor Café location in the Football Museum, will also include the participation of artisans and artists working in a variety of media.
December 16 and 17
Paulo Machado de Carvalho Stadium – Praça Charles Miller, Pacaembu – São Paulo
Are you ready for the Guerilla Girls? It was in answer to this question that the collective of feminist artists accepted the invitation from Adriano Pedrosa, artistic direct of MASP, and Camila Bechelany, assistant curator at MASP, to hold their first individual exhibition in Brazil. The Guerrilla Girls will provide a retrospective, with more than 100 of their iconic posters produced during nearly 30 years of their career.
Museu de Arte de São Paulo – MASP
Through February 14, 2018
Avenida Paulista, 1578, Bela Vista – São Paulo
NEW YEAR’S ON PAULISTA AVENUE
Photo: Felipe Néri/G1
New Year’s on Paulista Avenue includes special guests every year who perform for an excited crowd. There is also, of course, a fireworks show, which in 2016 consisted of 12 minutes of fantastic explosions of color and light to celebrate the New Year.
New Year’s on Paulista
December 31, 2017, to January 1, 2018