Posts Tagged 'Guanabara'

APR
12

Time to make amends Gilles…

Gilles Peterson wants to prove he still loves Brazil with a new night at Guanabara, showing that even though he has spent a lot of his time lately flirting with Cuba, he still loves Brazil.

OCT
29

Brazil Rocks Special at Guanabara

A special edition of Brazil Rocks, Guanabara’s Saturday night party. Sambatuque are coming over from Paris for a special live samba set on Saturday October 29th, and will be joined by one of our favourite DJs, D Vyzor.

AUG
28

Carnival Weekend at Guanabara

Carnival weekend is looking pretty good at Guanabara. It starts with Movida Corona’s DJ competition on Thursday 25th, then live bands on Friday (Balanco Tropical) and Saturday (Paraisso) and finishing off with a late opening time on Sunday for their

JUL
13

Where to Watch: Copa America

Copa America 2011 has started and, already, it’s not looking great for the hosts Argentina. After drawing their first two games their tournament is in the balance! And Brazil aren’t faring much better! Thankfully, to watch all the games this summer you can head down to Guanabara or Bar Kick.

MAY
21

Club Popozuda with Sany Pitbull

Club Popozuda is the biggest global bass party in the UK and happens every Thursday at Guanabara. This edition will feature baile funk legend Sany Pitbull direct from Rio de Janeiro, residents The Bumps as well as live samba from

MAY
12

Club Popozuda @ Guanabara

Club Popozuda is the biggest global bass party in the UK and happens every Thursday at Guanabara. Regulars like Joao Brasil, The Bumps, Khalil and DJ Nwando, as well as special guests, ensure this is one of the most exciting

Carnival March: where to party

“The Greatest Show on Earth” is arriving. Carnival revellers can dust off their costumes because the profane party is about to begin. And here’s where it’s at… er, on these here shores.

JD’s guide to dancing forró in London

As no doubt many JD readers are fully aware, forró is that slightly lesser known Latin American partner dance (salsa being arguably the most popular and practised), which is fuelled by the characterful sounds of the accordion and the triangle.

Where to watch the World Cup

As this year’s World Cup builds arrives this June we’ve put together a rather handy lowdown of the best places to enjoy all the action from the Brazil matches, and all the venues and parties with Latin American connections or

Balada Special

Topping off a busy programme at Guanabara this month there’s a big night with DJ MAM,