SEPULTURA To Play Portuguese Festival In June

SEPULTURA will play at an as-yet-undisclosed Portuguese festival in June. More information about the event, including the rest of the line-up, will be available shortly.

In other news, SEPULTURA performed in front of a reported crowd of 10,000 at their appearance at the Abril Pro Rock festival in Recife, Brazil on April 20th. The band are currently on their way to the northern part of the country to play two more gigs in Belem on Friday, April 26th and in Manaus on Saturday, April 27th before returning to the south for more shows during the month of May. The band's confirmed dates are as follows:

Apr. 26 - Belem, BRA - Iate Clube
Apr. 27 - Manaus, BRA - Manaus Show
May 03 - Curitiba, BRA - Moinho So Roque
May 04 - Sorocaba, BRA - Clube Campestre
May 15 - Porto Alegre, BRA - Opinio
May 16 - Porto Alegre, BRA - Opinio
May 18 - Florianpolis, BRA - Lupus bear
May 25 - Uberlndia, BRA - Acropole
May 26 - S. J. Campos , BRA - Vale Fest


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