Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Rio de Janeiro Carnival in February 2021 was canceled. If vaccination is available, the holiday will be transferred to the month of July, more specifically between the 9th and 12th of July.
If no vaccine becomes available, the 2021 Rio Carnival will be canceled and all Payments will be Fully Refunded.
Access Group – Friday 09Jul21 and Saturday 10Jul21 Special Group – Sunday 11Jul21 and Monday 12Jul21 Champions Parade – Saturday 17Jul21
“DELIVERY Fee” Included in All Rio Carnival Parade Tickets Don´t waste Precious Vacation Time with Tickets Pick Up! All Rio Carnival Tickets will be delivered to your Hotel/Apartment/Cruise Ship Terminal
Delivery Exception: Barra da Tijuca, Recreio and Niterói locations, where an extra US$30 fee will be charged (total, not per ticket) because of the Distance.
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Special Exclusive space, 2000 square meters divided in 3 Floors with a thematic decor and privileged views of the parade. It offers Round Trip Sambadrome Transfers, exclusive Catering, Open Bar and DJ All Night Long. Bilingual receptionists and its own security team.
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The World-Famous Rio Carnival Parade will definitely be the Highlight of your Rio Carnival Vacation! . .
The Sambadrome Marquês de Sapucaí (Passarela Professor Darcy Ribeiro or Sambódromo in Portuguese) or simply Sambadrome is a purpose-built parade area in downtown Rio de Janeiro, where samba schools parade competitively each year during the Carnival. The Venue gathers 80 thousand Brazilians and foreign tourists each night of the Special Group Carnival Parade (Sunday and Monday) and during the Champions Parade as well. It was built in 1984 and went through a huge renovation in 2012 because of the Olympics. . .
The Parade is a fierce competition among local Samba Schools and started officially in 1932, although the Samba Schools started parading in the 1920´s without competing. . .
The Carnival Parade takes place on 4 Days of Carnival. Friday and Saturday (Access Group – Second Division) Parades Samba School Winner will compete the following year in the Special Group (Sunday or Monday), and the Samba School from the Special Group that takes the last position will get downgraded to the Access Group for the following year too. . .
On Ash Wednesday (last day of Carnival) we finally have the results and the Top 6 Samba Groups will parade again the following Saturday on the so called Champions/Winners Parade. . .
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At the end of Carnival, all Samba Schools start preparing for next year´s carnival. It´s a full year hard work and they practice their routine with several months in advance, since they are judged on many aspects of their performance in order to win the prestigious championship and the prize of 2 million Brazilian Reais offered by the City of Rio de Janeiro. . .