After several months of pandemic, concerts and festivals canceled all over the world, the vaccine has arrived giving more security to governments, producers and the public: thus, presentations, parties and a lot of joy are released.
More than a dozen international artists will be present in several Brazilian cities, in historical and other unpublished presentations.
ROSALIA – August 22
It’s her first world tour for Spain’s Rosalía – and of course the Brazilian fans won’t be left out. The singer will perform at Tokio Marine Hall, formerly Tom Brasil, in São Paulo.
Tickets are available on the viagogo website.
Sao Paulo: August 22
IRON MAIDEN – August 27 to September 4
One of the biggest heavy metal bands in the world has expanded their concert schedule beyond Rock In Rio. Iron Maiden will host the “Legacy of the Beast World Tour 22” tour in four different cities later this year.
Tickets can be found, along with more information, on the Fun Buy Net website.
Curitiba: August 27
Ribeirao Preto: August 30
Rio de Janeiro: September 2 (Rock In Rio)
Sao Paulo: September 4
GUNS’N’ROSES – September 1-26
“Guns N’ Roses are F’N’Back!” is the name of the tour that brings Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan to six shows in Brazil. The group has just released the album “Hard Skool”, which should be presented with the classics that everyone knows.
Manaus: September 1
Recife: September 4
Belo Horizonte: September 13
Ribeirao Preto: September 16
Florianopolis: September 18
Curitiba: September 21
Sao Paulo: September 24
Porto Alegre: September 26
For more information and access to tickets, visit the viagogo website.
AVRIL LAVIGNE – September 7 to 9
Anyone from the 80s and 90s can go crazy with this announcement: the author of “Complicated”, one of the biggest hits of the 2000s, is coming to Brazil for two big presentations.
Avril Lavigne still has tickets on sale for the presentation in São Paulo, of the Love Sux tour, at Espaço das Américas. The Canadian’s other show will be at Rock In Rio.
Sao Paulo: September 7
Rio de Janeiro: September 9
Tickets for Sao Paulo are available on viagogo.
DUA LIPA – September 8 and 11
The teen idol of the moment will give two shows in Brazil in 2022. In addition to the performance at Rock In Rio, the English singer has announced that there will be a show in the neighborhood of Anhembi, in São Paulo.
Sao Paulo: September 08
Rio de Janeiro: September 11 (Rock In Rio)
There are still tickets for the show in São Paulo, which you can find on viagogo.
MANESKIN – September 9
Fans of X Factor and Eurovision realities are sure to know Italian rock band Måneskin. The great hit “Beggin”, among other songs, will be performed in São Paulo, at the Espaço das Américas.
Sao Paulo: September 09
Show and ticket information is available on the Livepass website.
HANSON – October 2 to 21
The most beloved trio of the 2000s comes to Brazil with a schedule of shows in seven cities in six states. The Hanson brothers bring the Red Green Blue tour, launched last May, in addition, of course, to hits like “Save me” and “MMMbop”.
Rio de Janeiro – October 2 – Qualist
Porto Alegre – October 11
Curitiba – October 12 – Curitiba live
Ribeirão Preto – October 14 – Eurobike Arena
São Paulo – October 15 – Space of the Americas
Uberlândia – October 16 – Sabiazinho
Brasilia – October 19 – Ulysses Guimarães Congress Center
Tickets and more information on viagogo.
COLDPLAY – October 11 to 22
A ticketing phenomenon in Brazil, the English group Coldplay has nine confirmed and sold-out concerts in Brazil.
Rio de Janeiro: September 10 (Rock In Rio)
Rio de Janeiro: October 11 and 12
São Paulo: October 15, 16, 18, 19, 21 and 22
SPRING SOUND – October 31 to November 6
A Line-Up to encourage everyone to compose the look and buy tickets! The first edition of Brasil Primavera Sound will take place in Anhembi, São Paulo.
Confirmed artists are big names like Arctic Monkeys, Björk, Travis Scott and Lorde, in addition to Brazilians Gal Costa, Tasha & Tracie and Tim Bernardes.
Tickets and passports can be viewed here.
ROCK IN RIO 2022 – September 2-11
Olympic Park, Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro.
September 2: Iron Maiden and Gojira.
September 3: Post Malone, Jason Derulo and Marshmello.
September 4: Demi Lovato and Migos.
September 8: Guns N’ Roses, Måneskin and Offspring.
September 9: Avril Lavigne, Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Billy Idol.
September 10: Coldplay, Camila Cabello and Bastille.
September 11: Dua Lipa, Megan Thee Stallion and Rita Ora.
Recently, singer Justin Bieber canceled his RIR performance due to health issues. More information on the official website of the festival.
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