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Heinrich Hertz Street 14, Sao Paulo, BR, 04575

  • Phone: (55) 11 35733900
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Sao Paulo Carnival 2015 - Access Group
Sambódromo do AnhembiFebruary 15, 2015 9:00 PM
Avenida Olavo Fontoura, 1209
São Paulo, 02510-110
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Quarta-feira De Cinzas
São Paulo February 18, 2015
São Paulo
São Paulo, 01316-060
Ash Wednesday
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Sao Paulo Carnival 2015 - Champions Parade
Sambódromo do AnhembiFebruary 20, 2015 9:00 PM
Avenida Olavo Fontoura, 1209
São Paulo, 02510-110
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Brit Floyd
Citibank HallFebruary 25, 2015 9:30 PM
Avenida Jamaris 213
São Paulo, 04078-000
Brit Floyd: Pink Floyd Greatest Hits World Tour, is a tribute show which brings the best elements of a real Pink Floyd show with world-class musicians and cutting edge Floydian animations to an extravagant stage production. This successful showcase of the best of Pink Floyd live has swept the UK and has launched a global tour in 2011.
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Ringo Starr
HSBC BrasilFebruary 26, 2015 10:00 PM
R. Bragança Paulista , 1281
São Paulo, 04727-002
Few musicians own the bragging rights of having played a pivitol role in the British Invasion, and Ringo Starr is one of them. After changing musical standards as the drummer of the Beatles, Starr quickly developed as a solo artist and eventually colalborated with each of his former Beatles bandmates. In 1970, the same year of the Beatles' break-up, he released two solo albums starting with Sentimental Journey. His on-going and ever-changing project Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band, played its first performance in 1989 with Starr on drums and lead vocals. In addition to his work on the Beatles' films, he took on acting roles and appeared in several movies including Martin Scorsese's The Last Waltz.
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Steve Hackett
Citibank HallMarch 10, 2015 9:30 PM
Avenida Jamaris 213
São Paulo, 04078-000
To many guitarists influenced by the progressive rock movement of the 1970s, Steve Hackett stands as one of, if not the high priest of the six string. Hackett built a name for himself as a guitar shreader during his career with the band Genesis, where he would go on to perfect a system of guitar playing known as "tapping" - a technique that many would often (falsely) attribute to Eddie Van Halen. Following Genesis front man Peter Gabriel's lead in the mid 70s, Hackett would leave Genesis to pursue a solo career, allowing him to focus more on perfecting his guitar technique, particularly with classical guitar, on top of releasing several critically acclaimed progressive rock albums over the course of the last three decades.
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