An exclusive evening with great names of Brazilian electronic scene is what promises the Jungle Day Fest, which takes place the next day 24, a partir the 22h, in Copacabana Choperia, localizado na Off. do Turismo, in Tarumã. The Dubdogz DJs, Doozie, 4i20 and Pleight are the national ballad attractions.
Opening the calendar Manaus parties of e-music, the Jungle Day Fest will have high-level performances, with exciting remixes and hits that are dominating the slopes of Brazil and the world.
Among the highlights of the night is the project Dubdogz, formed by twin brothers Mark and Luke Schmidt, landing in the Amazon capital after passing through several countries such as Germany, South Africa, Denmark, Switzerland, France, Australia and Mexico. In addition to numerous successful tracks, the duo carries the baggage credited presentations at major festivals such as Lollapalooza, Tomorrowland Brazil, XXXperience, Electric Zoo and Ultra Music Known.
The public can also enjoy the sound of Doozie, an electronic music project created and signed by DJ Rodrigo Kost. The mix of tech house, techno, deep house and the groundbreaking gangsta house, style inspired by the deep funky and hip hop the years 80, won the tracks around the country and should also make history in soil Amazon.
Rounding out the national all-star team, James Sena is the name behind the project 4i20, which brings a full sound identity, groove e swing, focused on progressive trance. But the DJ and producer from São Paulo Eduardo Banzoli, o Pleight, stir up the track with your tech house that has been drawing attention of big names in the international electronic scene.
The Jungle Day Fest will also present the local highlights Bess Maze, Korea e Madame C, promoting an interesting mix that "heat up" the track until dawn.
Tickets for the event are on sale now. The values of the first batch are R $ 50 for the Premium Area, R$ 80 for Gold Area (privileged area around the stage with access to special structure of bars and bathrooms) and R $ 120 backstage (privileged area behind the stage with access to special structure of bars and bathrooms).
The festival also offers cabins options for an even more exclusive experience. The stage cabins Selva, to R $ 4 one thousand, They are entitled to two vodka or gin combos, 20 bracelets and Jungle Day Fest kit with cap, cup, adhesive, and other personalized gifts ballad. And Gold closed cabins, to R $ 2,5 one thousand, They include a gin or vodka combo, 20 bracelets and Jungle Day kit Fest.
The selling points are the Via Uno stores of Amazon malls, Sumaúma, Great Circular and Manauara, Bob's Avenida Djalma Batista (Shell place) and Mmarcas, Station located in Ecuador, Avenida Noel Nutels, New City. More information over the phone: (92) 99478-4950.