Live music, during the day will be played in a floating stage in Theater Lake.
Presented by Bradesco and performed by “Futura Fonte” in partnership with DC Set Eventos, Curitiba will have the Music Valley, a unique project in the country that will change the daily of the “Opera de Arame". One of the most visited tourist places in the city, space has received constant improvements and revitalizations to better serve the public. Now, a new step begins with the music deployment and culture daily. A floating and mobile stage in the middle of the lake will receive live instrumental music shows, from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 6pm. The project was launched on September 21.
"The Music Valley is a project that puts Curitiba in the cultural scene of the country. A great artistic exchange that will involve high quality musicians, allowing the public an approximation with musics different aspects. It’s a landmark in one of the most visited places in the city, which will gain another meaning with the project, "says Alan Eccel, partner of the company Futura Fonte. The idea of providing the city with the Music Valley came from the artistic atmosphere of the place. The goal is to keep the schedule of the space, with night shows. With the new program called Vale da Música which expects to receive 100,000 people a month at events during the project.
"We are proud to announce a new phase of the “Parque das Pedreiras”. The Opera de Arame is a space that historically receives great spectacles and now will have a daytime calendar of music and art. This is just the beginning of a cultural universe possibilities that the Music Valley will bring to the city. We thank Bradesco for the partnership and gift given to the city. It will be a reference in the country that will impact on tourism and on the relationship of Curitiba's own with the Opera ", celebrates Hélio Pimentel, Vice-president of Operations of "Pedreiras” Park and partner of DC Set Eventos - Curitiba. The "Pedreiras” Park consists of a tourist complex of the Quarry Paulo Leminski and “Ópera de Arame”.