Brazilian National Tartan
One of the Brazilian dancers at Boteco do Brasil in Glasgow wearing the Brazilian National Tartan and dancing to the pipes and Brazilian drums at the launch of the tartan at the Brazilian Inedpendence Day celebrations on Friday 7th September which was attended by Scottish football legends Alan Rough and Frank McAvennie
Celebrate Brazilian Independence Day and the Official Launch of the Brazilian National Tartan
From 6PM on Friday 7th September 2012 at Boteco do Brasil, 62 Trongate, Glasgow G1 5EP
Boteco do Brasil are celebrating Brazilian Independence day on Friday the 7th of September also known as " Brazilian Day" . It also takes place in so many different major cities all over the world such as London, New York and Tokyo so they decided to throw one in Glasgow!
They will have Brazilian music, Brazilian food, Brazilian drinks, Brazilian samba dancers as well as a wee cat walk for our Brazilian Tartan design. The night will continue till 3am in the morning with the best of Brazilian dance and party tunes!
Join them for an amazing evening of Brazilian Culture!
Featuring Live Bands, DJs, Capoeira, Dance Performances, Food , Drinks and Fun!
-Complimentary buffet of Brazilian Tapas
-Catwalk and Show case of The Official -Brazilian Tartan
-DJ Tam Coyle
-Scottish Football Legends
Come and join the party, you don't need to be from Brazil to be Brazilian :)
Smiling, happy, beautiful faces will turn Glasgow green and yellow for one night!
Free-entry, Drinks promos throughout the night.
Merchant City Festival
25 - 29 July 2012
ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL YEAR AS 95,000 ENJOY THE MERCHANT CITY FESTIVAL, GLASGOW’S BIGGEST ANNUAL ARTS FESTIVAL
Down crashed Marseille artist, Oliver Grossetete’s, 20 metre tall The People’s Tower, made from some 1150 cardboard boxes. Bang went the drums on Brunswick Music Stage and stamp stamp stamp went hundreds of feet at a family ceilidh. Together they brought the 11th Merchant City Festival to a joyous close on Sunday 29 July 2012.
More than 95,000 people enjoyed over 300 events in 75 venues over the five-day festival which brought street theatre, music, dance, circus and performance together with visual arts, comedy, literature and specially programmed family events to create a mesmerizing, five day extravaganza.