September is a very special month for Brazilian immigrants living in the United States. It is a time to sing, dance, meet friends, and celebrate life as an immigrant. Aligned with the festivities for the Brazilian independence, September is the month in which the cities with large Brazilian population commemorate the Brazilian Day. The population… [Learn More]
Without the help of our generous sponsors, Brazilian Day NC Festival couldn’t happen. We’d like to recognize all of the businesses and organizations who are helping us present this event.
Batalá Durham is not only presenting the Brazilian Day NC Festival, but we are also performing at it as well as kicking the whole event off with a parade. Starting around 1pm we’ll parade from Fullsteam Brewery (sponsor and maker of our signature Batalager) to Durham Central Park. We’ll be joined by members of our… [Learn More]
After careful consideration for the safety of our participants, vendors, volunteers, and attendees, the festival organizers have decided that due to the forecasted path of Hurricane Florence we are unfortunately forced to cancel our inaugural Brazilian Day NC Festival.
Today we worked closely with other organizations and locations to try to find a suitable date and location to reschedule, but rescheduling an event of this size at this date proved to be not possible.
We look forward to working twice as hard next year to present an even better event than we had planned this year.
Stay safe everyone, and we’ll see you at the second first-annual Brazilian Day NC Festival next year!
Donations to Brazilian Day NC are made to Batalá Durham Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Supporting Batalá allows us to put on this festival.
Any support is greatly appreciated and we look forward to seeing you at the event in September!