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BRAZA!’s 7 Year Anniversary & 2017 New Year Kickoff with Antonio Guedes & The Chillaquiles

Live at The Chapel CD Release Party

BRAZA!’s 7 Year Anniversary & 2017 New Year Kickoff with Antonio Guedes & The Chillaquiles

Maracatu Pacífico, DJ Elan Kamesar, DJ Izzy Wise, Daring Arts Movement (D.A.M), Romeu Ribero

Thu, December 29, 2016

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

The Chapel

San Francisco, CA

$15 - $25 adv / $30 door

This event is all ages

All Early Bird ticket holders receive 1 Free CD - Antônio Guedes & The Chillaquiles - Live at The Chapel

Antonio Guedes & The Chillaquiles
Antonio Guedes & The Chillaquiles
Antônio Guedes & The Chilaquiles is a funk-rock-disco-ska-jam-pop band from San Francisco, CA. The lead singer, Antônio Guedes, brings forward various Brazilian influences into his compositions, blending it with others from around the globe, like Afrobeat, American soul, and Latin Jazz, with a psychedelic music twist that suggests to the audience Sergio Mendes, Jerry Garcia, Jorge Ben and Fela Kuti could all be playing in the same band.

The group was founded in 2012. After a few remarkable shows, they stopped performing due to Guedes’ return to Brazil, where he was living for two years. Not too long ago, in 2015, making his way back up to North American shores, Antônio decided to bring The Chillaquiles band back in action, along with his party/production company BRAZA!. Both band and party have been catching the ears (and the feet) of a fast growing fanbase by producing prestigious nights of funky tropical gatherings, which in the past have awarded him for Hottest Monthly Party by SF Weekly readers.
Maracatu Pacífico
Maracatu Pacífico
Hailing from West Oakland, Maracatu Pacífico is a community-based performance group that brings Afro-Brazilian maracatu music and dance from Northeastern Brazil to the SF Bay Area.

Maracatu Pacifico was founded as Bateria Lucha and Maracatu Luta under former director Derek Wright in the early 2000s, playing at the huge anti-war marches in the run up to the Iraq war. The group was reborn as Maracatu Pacifico in 2012 under the leadership of current director Eric Hoffman, who has continued the group’s value for community and personal development through the study and performance of maracatu. Our community is a very diverse group united in our passion for this music genre.
DJ Elan Kamesar
DJ Elan is a native of San Francisco but his coração is definitely Brazilian. He's made frequent pilgrimages to Brazil over the past 15 years digging for records everywhere from São Paulo to the backwaters in the Amazon, and his collection is nothing short of World class. He is one of the founding members of the BRAZA! crew and it has always been the perfect showcase for his tasty selections from the land of samba e futebol. Expect to dance to deep rare grooves, classic samba rhythms and contemporary Brazilian flavored remixes.
DJ Izzy Wise
DJ Izzy Wise
A member of the legendary Afrolicious party crew, DJ Izzy Wise plays and collaborates with many different musicians and groups, with a growing discography including 11 vinyl releases. He has performed internationally in Spain, Nicaragua, Colombia, Peru, Mexico, United States, and Canada. He often performs and collaborates with LoCura, Afrolicious, MC Rai, Lucky Brown and the Funk Revolution, Pleasuremaker Band, Ocote Soul Sounds, Makru, Mophono Halftone Society, Sureshot Symphony, J Boogie, Nickodemus, and DJ Smash. Combining his knowledge of multiple instruments, sound reinforcement, and his love of mixing music from different cultures, we now have the electro world dub mashup that is Izzy Wise's music. He has also had the pleasure of opening for many heroes and talents including: Novalima, Culture, Arrested Development, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, Ocote Soul Sounds, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, and many more!!
Daring Arts Movement (D.A.M)
Daring Arts Movement (D.A.M), a collective of diverse performers and projects committed to expanding, uplifting, and supporting each other while fostering a collaborative artistic environment in the greater Bay Area. D.A.M creates lively, multi-sensory, immersive experiences for our audiences and students; sparking wonder, awe, accessibility, and learning through the arts.
Romeu Ribero
If you've been to the warm and sweaty Cafe Revolution on a Brazilian night, you've seen some guys jam the f..ck out over funk and samba, driving the crowd to a tropical nirvana– they're known as BrasilVox. BRAZA! has invited the lead singer, the Rio de Janeiro native, Romeu Ribeiro, to bring some of those crazy vibes onstage at The Chapel, on Thursday, Dec 29th.
Venue Information:
The Chapel
777 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA, 94110