2015 GRAMADO SEASON
Embaixada Praça das Etnias (Ethnicity Square)
Visitors to the Square can take advantage of different areas for socialization and stands provided by the sponsors.
Natura brings its Beauty Space to Gramado, displaying its product lines Natura Todo Dia Intenso and Luna Perfume, as well as makeup lines Natura Una and Aquarela. This year the brand is also keen to make sure mothers feel more comfortable and, for the first time, provides a mother and baby changing station.
Ponto Frio focuses on family fun and offers an exclusive area with games for kids, teenagers and adults. The brand also provides charging stations for cell phones in Etnias Square and Rua Coberta (Covered Walkway), well as free Wi-Fi.
Melitta has prepared a unique experience especially for coffee lovers. Visitors can try up to seven different types of freshly brewed coffee, each prepared according to their individual tastes, interest and preference. Fun and culture abound for visitors to Gramado.
Korvatunturi is a sensory and magic show that showcases the true values of life as humanity reencounters feelings of friendship, joy, solidarity and love. Performances are free of charge and take place at Etnias Square on July 1 and August 4 from 4pm.
The city’s latest attraction, Snowland also has a fun-filled show on offer: Flokus – Snowland! Viva Snow, with participation by the public and a draw of free tickets to the park. The event is held every Saturday at 3:30pm.
Anyone who enjoys good music will appreciate the program for the 2015 Gramado Season: music from a range of genres will entertain the public on weekends.
Check out the performance schedule:
The Good Samaritans – July 4 at 5pm
Vera Loca – July 5 at 4pm
Gaspo Harmônica – July 11 at 5pm
Teatro Musical Pé de Pilão – July 12 at 4pm
Império da Lã Acústico – July 18 at 5pm
Kim Lírio – July 19 at 6pm
Eduardo Pitta – July 26 at 4pm
Marmota Jazz – August 1 at 5pm
Nalanda – August 2 at 4pm
*schedule subject to change
To get into the spirit of the Serra and experience the region’s German and Italian culture, special workshops are sure to attract both tourists and inhabitants of Rio Grande do Sul. Every Thursday from 3pm to 4pm Casa do Colono will run a Bread and Sweetbread Workshop (Oficina de Pães e Cucas). Also held on Thursdays, from 11am to 12pm, is a class on Rio Grande do Sul’s most famous drink: Escola do Mate (Yerba Mate School). July 18 will host a workshop that promises to captivate everyone: the Mini World Drawing Workshop (Oficina de Desenho do Mini Mundo), from 11am.
Embaixada Rua Coberta (Covered Walkway Embassy)
The area features shows and a lounge with newspapers, hot water for yerba mate tea, free Wi-Fi and a library offering books on a variety of themes for visitors to take a break and enjoy a moment of leisure. Also scheduled are shows and performances such as the Mini World Intervention every Saturday at 4pm and a performance by the band Nenhum de Nós on July 25 at 5pm.
Tourist attractions; The following attractions are also highly recommended: Alpen Park, Aldeia do Papai Noel (Santa’s Village), Harley Motor Show, Super Carros (Super Cars), Hollywood Dream Cars, DreamLand Museu de Cera (Wax Museum), Gramado Zoo and Parque Gaúcho (Gaucho Park).