Concerts, shows and fervo this weekend. check it out now

Weekend!! We can’t stand it and we start saying that today, from 8 pm we, from Music Non Stop, are going to invade Jerome – one of the most loved clubs in São Paulo – with DJing by muse Claudia Assef, muse Jota Wagner and, direct from Floripa, DJ Lycra Preta who, in addition to enchanting the island with his house music sets, also collaborates with us sending praised articles. Then later we have an appointment at Mato Grosso, 398 – Consolação (Entrance, $20). And, as the weekend is just beginning, between Saturday and Sunday there are also concerts, exhibitions, tours and film shows.

Music Non Stop no Jerome

Friday, October 8th from 8pm to 2am.
Admission, $ 20
Jerome is located at Rua Mato Grosso, 398 – Consolação.
Reservations: 11 9 99540477

music non stop sessions no jerome


From this Friday, October 8th, the Ibirapuera Planetarium will feature two shows: From Earth to Universe and Scientific Project. The show will be in fulldome projection, immersive video display technology, with dynamic projection throughout the dome. Each session is approximately 35 minutes and is recommended for audiences over 5 years old. Tickets cost between R 15.00 and R﹩ 30.00 and can be purchased on the website .

In addition, to celebrate Children’s Day, the Planetarium will also have a children’s show starting this Friday, at 1 pm. It will be 35 minutes long and, although it is a children’s session, it is free for all ages. The broadcast will bring the story of Neco and Silo, two pre-teen characters living on the planet Assilar, who have just won a school award for a scientific project on the Solar System. Youthful satisfaction turns into excitement and, at night, hidden from their parents, they make a pirate broadcast to publicize the feat. Admission is free, with booking through the same website. It is noteworthy that visitors must bring warm clothes, as the room has air conditioning. The space is open 30 minutes before each attraction and ENTRY IS NOT ALLOWED AFTER THE SESSION STARTS!

Night at the Planetarium at Ibirapuera Park, in São Paulo | Disclosure: Urbia Parks


For those who want to check out the 34th Bienal de São Paulo: It’s dark but I sing, the available times are on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, from 10 am to 7 pm, and on Thursdays and Saturdays, from 10 am to 9 pm. Admission is free, and it is possible to reserve a date in Scheduled Visits.

Visitors to the 34th Bienal de São Paulo will be able to discover the new gastronomic space organized in the external area of ​​the pavilion. Developed in partnership between Urbia and the Bienal, the space has food trucks, which offer pastries, sandwiches and ice cream, and will operate from Tuesday to Thursday, from 10 am to 7 pm, in addition to Fridays to Sundays and holidays, from 10 am to 9 pm, and it brings the Tetto Y Aragon restaurant, specialized in Hispanic cuisine, which will be open from Tuesday to Thursday, from 12:00 to 19:00, and from Friday to Sunday and holidays, from 12:00 to 21:00.

Biennial Building SP

Photo: © Freddy Leal / São Paulo Biennial Foundation


The Museum of Modern Art (MAM) is open with free entry from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm (admission until 5:30 pm). With a suggested contribution, the visitor will be able to choose if they prefer to enter for free or if they want to contribute with some value. This format runs until December 12, 2021 and tickets can be purchased by appointment via the MAM website. The Afro Brasil Museum is open from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm (with stay until 5:00 pm) and admission costs R﹩15 (full) and R﹩7.50 (half). To purchase tickets, access the Museu Afro Brasil page.

Modern Art Museum. Photo disclosure/MAM

Japanese Pavilion

After two years closed to the public because of the pandemic, the Japanese Pavilion reopened its doors with the opening of exhibition Bonsai – Form and Time, in the garden that surrounds its installations, with around 100 rare pieces of more than 40 species of different trees. The exhibition brings the challenge of illustrating, with thematic and formal frameworks, the delicate and powerful universe of reduced trees. The attraction opened on September 25th and will be on display until November 21st this year.

Japanese pavilion. Photo disclosure

Guided Tour – IbiraTour

Ibirapuera’s attendees have gained another leisure option and can now take a tour of the Park on a circuit with electric carts. The guided tour is a project developed by Urbia and aims to present the Park in a 45-minute journey. Carts with capacity for up to four people at a time will be made available on a circuit without breaks or descents during the journey, covering all areas of the Park. The service takes place from Monday to Friday, from 10 am to 6 pm, and the value of the tour is R﹩25, with payment options in cash, credit and debit. The embarkation and disembarkation point is at Gate 4.

online programming

Shown since March directly from the Ibirapuera Auditorium, Saia Justa this Wednesday, October 6th, will feature the participation of the actress Kefera Buchmann. The Auditorium was specially adapted for the broadcast of the program, with the seats of the audience composing part of the scenario. The program is broadcast on the GNT channel and has a presentation by Astrid Fontenelle, Mônica Martelli, Pitty e Gaby Amarantos.


On Sunday, October 10th, the Heliópolis Symphony Orchestra get on the stage of Ibirapuera Auditorium, from 17h. The live performance will be in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Baccarelli Institute, and can be seen on the official YouTube channel of Ibirapuera park, on here. The event is part of the Concert Season 2021 of the Baccarelli Institute.

Heliópolis Symphony Orchestra. Priscilla Corderi’s photo


On October 23rd and 24th, the Profane Collective leads to São Paulo Cultural Center Ritu.1/ Penetrates! This is the first performative action in the series of trans-i- rituals.[ação] that the actress, director, playwright and doctoral student at USP Manfrin has been working out in parallel to your hormonal transition process. At the invitation of the CCSP In this resumption of cultural activities in this important space for Contemporary Art, Manfrin brings an exploration of Time in its hormonal transition process through an extremely visceral long-term performance.

Part 01 of a trans-i- ritual[ação]!
Duration: 06 hours
Spaces used: First floor entrance ramp from 4 pm to 8 pm
Flávio de Carvalho Floor Exhibition Room from 8:30 pm to 10:00 pm

Saturday, 10/23 – from 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Sunday, 10/24 – from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Photo: Julio Aracack


the tale Tarlatana Rosa’s Baby, from João do Rio, is the guiding line of the homonymous show of Queen Kong, which is scheduled to premiere on October 22, on Arthur Azevedo Theater. The season, which runs until 11/14, will take place online and without an audience and will cover three other stages in the city: Alfredo Mesquita Theater, Cacilda Becker Theater and João Caetano Theater, all belonging to the public apparatus of São Paulo culture. Casa 1, the LGBT+ culture and welcome center, will also receive shows at the end of the season. The presentations are part of the project As Histórias de Baixo, which was included in the 36th edition of the Municipal Theater Promotion Program to the City of São Paulo.

Friday and Saturday at 9 pm and Sunday at 7 pm
Free – online
Duration: 50 minutes

The shows will be broadcast directly from the stages:

October 22, 23 and 24, 2021

Days: October 29, 30 and 31, 2021


Days: November 5th, 6th and 7th, 2021


Days: 12, 13 and 14 November 2021


Days: November 19, 20 and 21, 2021

Tarlatana Rosa's Baby.

Tarlatana Rosa’s Baby. Photo: Karen Mezza

Women’s Film Show

O Juquery Women’s Basin Collective, by Franco da Rocha, performs the VI edition of the Women’s Film Festival, until October 10, 2021. The tour continues this weekend with virtual exhibitions, through Youtube.

October 8th – Public policies for women
Online exhibitions 24h a day through YouTube, and debate at 19h.
Film debater: Pamela Gabrielle

from the house to life
(In)visible girls

October 9th – Women and the breaking of traditional
Online exhibitions 24h a day through YouTube, and debate at 19h.
Film debater: Vita Pereira

women of faith
Babi & Elvis

October 10th – Free Theme
Online views via the YouTube channel 24 hours a day

Far right troll
house with wall
The only thing I understand as north is freedom.

cinema workshop

SESC Digital – African Film Show

Until October 10th, 30 contemporary film titles have been screened, most of them unpublished in the national territory, which address a little of contemporary African cinematographic production, by the Sesc Digital platform. Everyone is available throughout the entire festival, except Gagarine Building, online for 24 hours, and you will die at twenty, with a limit of 500 views.

Short “Al-Sit”, by Suzannah Mirghani, is part of the show’s program. Credit: Doha Film Institute/African Film Festival Press Office

Amanda Sousa

Amanda Sousa is a mother, a feminist, is 30 years old and has a degree in Social Communication. Born in São Paulo, currently lives in Jundiaí. She is passionate about music since she understands people. He goes from punk to pop, he likes to discover sounds in all aspects.