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Marcos Valle & Azymuth European Tour

Marcos Valle and Azymuth unite for a very special, one-off European tour this summer! This will be the first time the cosmic jazz-funk legends and the renaissance man of Brazilian pop have performed together outside of Brazil, and it's guaranteed to be special.

Azymuth and Marcos Valle have a shared history at the forefront of Brazilian music. In different ways, both have been instrumental in redefining the nation's sound since the sixties. They also share a more personal history, in that Azymuth consider Valle their godfather. In fact, it was during the sessions for the O Fabuloso Fittipaldi soundtrack they recorded together in 1973 that Valle suggested the name Azymuth to the band. Valle and Azymuth have also worked together on a number of classic records, from the aforementioned soundtrack, to Valle's much loved psychedelic soul / funk masterpiece Previsão Do Tempo.

Don't miss this extremely rare opportunity to see Azymuth & Marcos Valle live on  stage together. Book tickets now at the links below.

Aug 30th - B.Leza - Lisbon, Portugal - Tickets
Aug 31st - Dimensions Festival - Pula, Croatia - Tickets
Sept 1st - Festival Magia - Rotterdam, Netherlands - FREE!
Sept 3rd - Porgy & Bess - Vienna, Austria - Tickets
Sept 4th - Sala Apolo - Barcelona, Spain - Tickets
Sept 5th - Bravo Cafe - Bologna, Italy - Tickets
Sept 6th - New Morning - Paris, France - Tickets
Sept 7th - The Hideaway - London, UK - Tickets
Sept 8th - The Hideaway - London, UK - Tickets

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  • Paulo Lima on

    Hi, I’m promotor from Portugal, I want to bring Marcos Valle for a concert to my city Coimbra, can you get me the contact of his recent concert’s in Lisbon promotor?
    Paulo Lima

  • mike huggonson on

    Privileged to watch these great musicians perform at The Hideaway last night. Amazing show that started on a high and never let up. A TRUE JAZZ CARNIVAL!!!!

  • Far Out Recordings on

    Marcos Valle photo by Quino Mibach / Azymuth photo by Marcus Schaefer / Poster designed by Alessandro Renaldin

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