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Oba Oba Show Brasil Samba Show

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Oba Oba Show Brasil Samba Show

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Avenida Mercosul 400 Jardim Veraneio, Foz do Iguacu, State of Parana 85855-650 Brazil
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UliKHansen wrote a review Mar 2015
Lima, Peru115 contributions14 helpful votes
It's a not so great show, but good to see if you're interested only in brazilian music and dances, as there are other places where offers a latin-american show. Music and dancers are ok, you can pay fee only for the show or show+dinner (around USD 25), where the meal is just ok.
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Date of experience: March 2015
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vikrant n wrote a review May 2014
Cary, North Carolina43 contributions14 helpful votes
A family show, which is a must see if you are visiting Brazil. The show and the food are great. Only problem is you have to be there in advance else you may not get a good seat to see the show.
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Date of experience: June 2013
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Emanuel_Olivieri wrote a review Jul 2013
San Juan, Puerto Rico4 contributions1 helpful vote
Just came from the show. Couldn't stand it to the end. All dancers and singers are amateur-level, if they had any training at all (search for videos in Youtube). Lousy choreography, costumes, music and lighting. Music is from a cheap electronic keyboard. They spent 30 minutes asking people where they come from. Most of the show is getting the audience up the stage to dance. Don't waste your money here. Go instead to the Ipora Lenda show, a truly professional production.
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Date of experience: July 2013
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Bob S wrote a review Jun 2013
Hervey Bay, Australia525 contributions207 helpful votes
The dancers were very energetic and there was a great display of costumes. However, Samba!! very little. The show is not a Samba Show but a Traditional Dance Show as there was only one couple did the Samba and it finished in 2-3 minutes. The venue was very run down and untidy. Overall the dancing was good but the show was disappointing.
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Date of experience: May 2013
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