Monday, November 16, 2009

Circus Festival at Vale do Anhangabaú during this week

The Festival Municipal de Circo (Municipal Circus Festival) will take 250 artists to the Vale do Anhangabaú, from today until Sunday (November 16th to 22nd). There are four sessions per day (10am, midday, 2pm and 6pm) with all sort of attractions.

The event is divided into three parts. There is the Palhaçaria Paulistana, which happens for the fourth time, a competitive presentation at the Olido gallery, from the Memorial Center of the Circus.

The largo do Paiçandu receives part of the program, which turns the center of Sao Paulo in a large arena during six days. The Vale do Anhangabaú is the main circus tent, with capacity for 400 people and an outdoor trapeze.

On Saturday 21st, the largo do Paiçandu houses jugglers presentation, from 11am to 4pm. The place was chosen because on the past, every Monday, the artists used to have meeting over there.

Also the attraction of the festival's opening will be mounted in largo do Paiçandu. Today, at 5h30pm, the site will have a "wall of death" to be viewed from a grandstand for 300 people.

Among the groups of the event is Ares, who will make performances in the gallery Olido. All with input from SP franca.
[source: destak]

Where: Vale do Anhangabaú — São Paulo
When: November 16th to 22nd, at 10am, midday, 2pm and 6pm.
How much: For free

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