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“Bring ear plugs”
Review of Olodum

Olodum
Ranked #28 of 266 things to do in Salvador
Certificate of Excellence
Type: Other
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Owner description: Popular percussion band in Salvador with weekly concerts
Reviewed October 13, 2012

Fantastic show and music. It was a bit too loud for me and my boys. I wished I'd had ear plugs so we could have stayed longer, but it was fantastic drumming.

1  Thank TravelingMamaB
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Reviewed September 25, 2012

we went Sunday afternoon around 4;30 we paid $20 Reales to get in small open place they played for 4 hours without stoping, was great experience, the musician were very friendly taken pictures with everyone, was really great!!

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Reviewed July 28, 2012

I tavelled solo so I found this flyer on the counter of the hotel. It cost 80 reales, this inlcuded transport and ticket for the show.
It is outdoors in Pelirinho city. Lots of security, the show lasted 3 hours, not only percusion but many other singers were invited. You have the opportunity to listen and dance bahiana and samba music! You can follow the coreography of the crowd. Great fun. You cant find food there but lots of drinks and have a great time!!!

Thank Jen713
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Reviewed May 12, 2012

We liked the vibe of the music, but be attentive. My friend got his watch stolen, ripped off his arm. Lots of drinking (we attended a free concert in the square). Not many tourists, mostly locals, so be careful (don't bring anything of value - no watches, jewellery, wallets, cameras....)

4  Thank SteveinParis
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Reviewed May 3, 2012

The members are great professionals, very friendly and accommodating with pictures etc. great drum beat

Thank jarlbertil
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