New Year’s Eve “Curupirado” sells out the last batch of tickets in Manaus – just in time

New Year's Eve "Curupirado" sells out the last batch of tickets in Manaus - just in time

The event takes place on December 31 | Photo: Disclosure

Manaus (AM) – Proposing a turn of the year full of joy, love and hope, the New Year’s Eve Curupirado arrives for its second edition on December 31st.

From 10pm onwards, Mama Curupira, Gaby, will open the doors of the cultural space with a presentation by several Amazon artists. Tickets have already arrived in the last batch.

We will be giving a very lively show for the youngsters to turn the year around with great joy. This is our demand for 2022: plenty of prosperity for all. Ammo will be too busy for everyone to have

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In addition to Marcia Novo, the event will feature presentations by Antônio Bahia, Alaídenegão, UK Drums, DJ Marcelo [email protected] and DJ Fzero. Shows will start at 10pm and run until 6am the next day.

You have no idea how high my anxiety is because I’m dying to celebrate life, sing, dance, jump, celebrate carnival. Leave sparkle, light clothes and lots of love and joy in our hearts to welcome 2022

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The Reveillon Curupirado will have a drink (beer, water, soda, gin, tonic and caipirinha) and a free tampon until the end of the party.

Tickets for the last batch have already been sold out. Cost R$210.00 with Sympla fee added, through the link available in the Instagram bio for curupiramaedomato and marcianovoamazonia or directly through WhatsApp 92 98413 7991Payments via pix.

It will be necessary to wear a mask and present the vaccination card (physical or digital) with the vaccination cycle updated. The institution will have a limited capacity of people, respecting the government decree.

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