RODA de SAMBA is back! @ Yauca's Lounge, Toronto [12 August]

RODA de SAMBA is back!


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12
August
15:30 - 19:00

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Yauca's Lounge
755 Dovercourt Rd, Toronto, Ontario M6H 2X1
Sorry for the short notice, but yes, we are back! It took a while to finally get everybody back together, after all summer is short and busy, but here's Roda de Samba again, same time same place!

So if you missed our afternoons of classic samba, cold beer and excellent atmosphere at Yauca's Lounge, rejoice for they are back. If you have never been there, here's an excellent chance to find out your new favourite Saturday afternoon entertainment — way better then facing the lineup for the island ferry a.k.a. Beelzebub's Ark where you will be prodded by all kinds of extraneous body parts while getting high on sunscreen fumes, only to arrive at a flooded island with mosquitos the size of hawks and limited access to beer.

And I am sure you missed the man by the door charging you the $5 cover. So get ready to meet Mr. Summer again. He played Dylan in the Vale do Aço production of Beverly Hills 90210 (where it was renamed Caladinho de Baixo Hills, 35171). He puts the MÉ in Summer. He puts the Jason in your summer camp. He's NILSON the Shower Surfer.
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