Brazilian Street Carnaval
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Brazilian Street Carnaval 2010 in 2 Minutes


2010 Rio-Style Parade (61 Minutes)


2010 Trio-Electrico Parade (26 Minutes)


Official Event Photos

Click here two see the two albums of photos from this year's event photographers Arthur St. John and Bridgette Galara.


Read the Thank Yous for the Event

Read the Thank Yous for the Event

Read the thanks from President David de Hilster and others for a successful event.

Read the thanks!

Photos Albums by Event Goers

Super thanks to all that made the 13th Annual Brazilian Street Carnaval the biggest success yet! Here are some photos taken by those who attended:

Thomas Wasper for the Downtown Gazettes: Carnaval

Leila & Dai's Photos: 13th Annual Brazilian Street Carnaval

Beautiful photos by South Coast Photograph Meetup

Silvani do Centro: 13th Annual Brazilian Street Carnaval

Aurea Ferreira: Carnaval em long Beach 2010

Bryant Evangelista: 13th Annual Brazilian Street Carnaval by SambaLa

Frances Carvalho: Long Beach Carnaval

Long Beach Press Telegram: Photos by Jeff Gritchen


Photos of the event from Sunday by the Press Telegram
Parade with us!
New: SambaLa Samba Enredo Remix!

Brazilian Street Carnaval Recordings on KPFK Radio, 90.7

Listen to two radio programs recordings of KPFK and interviews by Ali Lexa about the Brazilian Street Carnaval

During a fund drive: August 20, 2010

Interview with David and Doris de Hilster: September 3, 2010

Thanks Ali & Sergio!
Hear Ali on KPFK Talking About this Year's Event
Proceeds from the Event to Help Children in Brazil

Proceeds from the Event to Help Children in Brazil

The 2010 is proud to partner with "Casa do Caminho" (The Path House) in Brazil. Located in Macae, a city known as the Petroleom capital of Brazil, this particular branch is close to SambaLa's President's family who helps year round with children and families in need.

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