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Sambada

Good Medicine Presents — SambaDá in Concert!

Saturday August 14th @ 6:00pm - 9:00pm

While Brazil­ian natives Papi­ba God­in­ho and Dand­ha da Hora bring their pro­found knowl­edge and respect for the roots of Afro-brazil­ian song and dance, the entire band has devel­oped a type of sam­ba-reg­gae-funk with a uni­ver­sal appeal. Sam­baDá musi­cal­ly unites the Amer­i­c­as, draw­ing from per­cus­sion based styles of South and Cen­tral Amer­i­ca, and blends it with that good old funk and reg­gae back beat so famil­iar to crowds of North America.

For over ten years, Sam­baDá has been mix­ing con­tem­po­rary sounds with the roots of brazil­ian cul­ture. Papi­ba is a mas­ter of Capoeira, an Afro Brazil­ian mar­tial art form cre­at­ed by Brazil­ian slaves, which draws on music and acro­bat­ic move­ments. Dand­ha was born into the rich Afro Brazil­ian tra­di­tions of Sal­vador, Bahia and the Car­ni­val Group Ile Aiye, and start­ed her danc­ing career at age 6. Ile Aiye has been in the fore­front of Civ­il Rights in Brazil, pro­mot­ing equal­i­ty and jus­tice, and is wide­ly rec­og­nized as the first Afro Brazil­ian BLO­CO or group to per­form in Brazil’s noto­ri­ous Car­ni­val celebrations.

Sam­ba­daCas­toro Cellars

Sat. Aug. 14th

6pm — All Ages$20/25