Super Weekend Guide Brings Marshmallow Festival and More

Check out this weekend’s rolês in yet another edition of the Super Guia Music Non Stop.

Marshmallow Festival
because the sweetest thing in life is being yourself

This Friday, the 14th, the first edition of the Marshmallow Festival, a music festival that promotes diversity in 12 consecutive hours of concerts with great Brazilian pop artists. From 10pm, at Village Barra Funda, names like Gloria Groove, Lexa, Pocah, Lia Clark and Danny Bond, among other cameos, take the stage and bring a lot of excitement and fun to the audience. In addition to the shows, the event also promotes social actions, such as a sustainability “factory” and solidarity tickets.


When: January 14 (Friday)
Hours: 10pm to 10am
Where: Village Barra Funda – Rua Jacofer, 615 – Jardim Pereira Leite, São Paulo – SP, 02712-070
Rating: over 18 years old

Gloria Groove. Photo reproduction facebook

woo in summer

THE UOL, the largest Brazilian content, technology and digital services company, presents the project UOL in summer. With free admission, the event will take place at beach station, in São Paulo, this Saturday and Sunday (15th and 16th) where the public will have access to various activities and musical attractions. The arena will feature restaurants, with a menu suitable for the summer climate, and exclusive spaces for children’s well-being, beauty and leisure. Among the programmed activities are soccer, footvolley, beach tennis and much more. Throughout the day, the music of the event will be led by a DJ and, to close the activities, there will be presentations of pocket shows.


UOL in summer

Free admission (with a maximum capacity of 100 people)
Date: January 15th and 16th
Hours: from 12:00 to 22:00
Location: Praia Station – R. Alvarenga, 2383 – Butantã, São Paulo – SP, CEP 05509-006
*Full proof of vaccination is required

Wow Summer

Street artists

This weekend there is a performance on the street with the festival Street artists There are more than 30 free musical performances, in 15 public spaces in the city and the ride goes until January 28th. The curatorship is 100% female, made up of 30 women, with a lineup that dialogues with feminism, inclusion and diversity. The project is sponsored by 99 and is performed by Cultural Change via Pro-Mac, Municipal Support Program for Cultural Projects. Some of the program highlights are Ellen Oléria, Samba de Dandara, Sarau das Pretas and the singers Bruna Black e Grazi Medori.

Day: 1/14/22 (Friday)
Artist: Bruna Black (2:30 pm) and Ellen Oléria (5:00 pm)
Location: Lago Azul (Grajaú)
Address: R. das Andorinhas Brasileiras, 632 to 663 – Parque Res. dos Lagos

Day: 01/15/22 (Saturday)
Artist: Samba de Dandara (2:30 pm) and Raquel Tobias (5:00 pm)
Location: Southern Hip Hop Culture House
Address: Rua Sant’Ana, 201 – Vila São Pedro

Day: 1/16/22 (Sunday)
Artist: Grazi Medori (14h30) and Marina Decourt (17h)
Location: Batman Alley / Free Turnstile
Address: Rua Aspicuelta, 99 (back) – Vila Madalena

The singer Bruna Black. Photo: Sergio Fernandes

Barbara Eugenia

Bárbara Eugênia returns to the São Paulo stages to start her new tour. In a single presentation, which takes place this Friday, January 14, at 9 pm at the Sesc Vila Mariana, the singer-songwriter presents for the first time live the recently released album Crashes n’ Crushes. The setlist prepared for the show will present the new I don’t love you no more (Bárbara Eugênia), Rain oh rain (Bárbara Eugênia and Thiakov), Ready to love (Bárbara Eugênia), Sambinha (Peri Pane and rue) and O amor se fim (Bárbara Eugênia), whose clip came out along with the record, in addition to career successes.

Crashes n’ Crushes” is available on major streaming platforms and will soon also be released on vinyl.


Show: Bárbara Eugenia – Launch of “Crashes n’ Crushes”
Date: January 14 (Friday)
Time: 9pm
Venue: Sesc Vila Mariana – Antunes Filho Theater
Address: Rua Pelotas, 141 – São Paulo/SP
Tickets: R$40 (full price) l R$20 (half price) l R$20 (full ticket)
Sale: Online at, from 1/11, at 2 pm and at the box office of the units, from 1/12, at 5 pm
Duration: 90 minutes
Not recommended for children under 12 years old

Barbara Eugenia. Debby Gram’s photo


After six years integrating the musical project The Bays and Minas Gerais cuisine, assucena presents the show I laugh and I can cry too – Fatal 50, a reinterpretation and homage to the iconic album Fatal – Gal A Todo Vapor, which Gal Costa launched in 1971. The singer makes an extra presentation this Friday, the 14th, at Francisca’s house, from 9:30 pm. Book here.

Friday – January 14th
show R$80 / show + acepipes + jantar R$160
Drinks, desserts and services not included.
(house opening time 8pm)

assumes Photo Fernanda Tiné @fernandatine


Sergipe from the city of Itabaiana, Master presents, this Saturday (15) at Casa de Francisca, a repertoire filled with forró classics and songs from his 3 most recent albums. Accompanied by Elton Moraes (triangle), Vinicinho Vim (zabumba), Léo Rodrigues (percussion) and Cainã Cavalcante (guitar), they travel through the universe of artists such as Dominguinhos, Sivuca, Oswaldinho do Acordeon, Hermeto Pascoal, Djavan, Gilberto Gil e Milton Nascimento.

Saturday, January 15th
show R$80 / show + acepipes + jantar R$160*
Drinks, desserts and services not included.
(house opening time 8pm)

Master. Photo disclosure

Amanda Sousa

Amanda Sousa is a mother, feminist, 30 years old and graduated in Social Communication. Born in São Paulo, he currently lives in Jundiaí. She has been passionate about music for as long as she can remember. From punk to pop, he likes to discover sounds in all aspects.

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Super Weekend Guide Brings Marshmallow Festival and More