This was the Brazilica Festival 2018 in Liverpool
Last Saturday, 14th July, a new edition of the Brazilica Parade took place in Liverpool, as every year since 2008.
But, what is the Brazilica Festival?
The festival consists of a week-long celebration of Brazilian culture including music, art, food, film and dance events that take place at indoor venues across the city which build up to an outdoor city centre carnival street party that takes place in Williamson Square and samba carnival parade.
It is the only festival in the UK that celebrates Brazilian art and culture, and brings together artists from the UK, Europe and Brazil.
As every year, to the rhythm of samba, the Carnival parade full of colour and joy the city of Liverpool.
The Brazilica Carnival Parade started from Abercromby Square at 8pm, winding its way down Oxford Street, Hope Street, Hardman Street and Bold Street.
It was a parade full of energy and passion for music and dance. Now we have a good memory and we are already waiting for next year to enjoy this wonderful festival again.
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