Add the flavour of Brazil to your weekend at the Brisbane Latin Market
If you are dreaming of the samba, salsa, mambo or merengue, the pulsating rhythm of Brazilian music or even the tasty cuisine hailing from South America, the Brisbane Latin Market will tantalise all of your senses.
Scheduled each month the Brisbane Latin Market gives Brisbane a taste of South American culture and its homeland cuisine that you might not normally be exposed to. This Saturday February 27 sees a special edition come to The Boundary Hotel car park – the Brisbane Brazilian Market. From 12:00–8:00 pm you can move to the sounds of Inkaza, a Brazilian band playing Brazilian and international songs from artists such as Natiruts, Cidade Negra, O Rappa, Charlie Brown Jr. and Bob Marley. DJ Pedro Link will also be mixing some tunes throughout the afternoon and into the evening.
The market will feature food stalls with influences from across the continent including The Brazil Grill, La Casa Chilena, Brazilian-style sushi from Sushi Kone, Ipanema Cafe and Columbian food from Moma.
Take the family down to the The Boundary Hotel car park this Saturday and experience the vibrant and lively culture of Brazil and the rest of South America.