In Brazil, the ceremony takes place today at the El Salvador Convention Center. The ceremony will include a screening of the film “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé” and will be attended by a group of fans and guests. The concert is produced by Parkwood Entertainment in partnership with Rede Globo.
The party is decorated and takes place in the world of the “Renaissance” album. Decorations, food, drinks and of course the music are linked to the project, inspired by the disco and dance genres of the 70s and 80s, dedicated to black culture.
Part of Beyonce’s team is in Brazil. Representatives from BeyGOOD, the pop artist’s charitable foundation, were present in the capital of Bahia and learned about some social projects. One of the places the group visited was the campus of the State University of Bahia (Uneb).
It is not known whether the singer was present at the concert, but a plane similar to the one Beyoncé used on other trips was on its way to El Salvador. It is currently the most followed aircraft on flight control platforms. But it is not known whether the artist was inside it. The Renaissance Club has already been established in cities such as Los Angeles and London. On some occasions, the singer participated in the concert.
“Renaissance” tour and visits to Brazil
Beyoncé came to Brazil for the first time in February 2010. She performed in the cities of Salvador, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Florianópolis.
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