LUPA LUNA FESTIVAL
Created in 2008, it became the biggest live music festival in Paraná. It was developed in the model of Planet Altlantis, however with a strong call for environmental education, tackling the theme of sustainable development. A partnership was established with GRPCOM (Communication Group of Paraná), which in its second year cooperated with the Roberto Marinho Foundation and the UN as its partners in the project Tomorrow’s Waters, focused on increasing the awareness with respect to the preservation of the Iguaçu, the main river of the region. In 2011, the festival welcomed more than 40 thousand people in two nights to see more than 40 international and national attractions being presented on three stages simultaneously.
Em 2011 o festival recebeu mais de 40 mil pessoas em duas noites para ver mais de 40 atrações internacionais e nacionais se apresentando em três palcos simultâneos.