Modeled on the Venice Biennale, the Bienal de São Paulo, founded in 1951, has grown into one of the world’s most important arts events. Many of the participants are working artists who have been nominated by their h…
A nonstop, free, 24-hour party of cultural – especially musical – events around the city in strategic locations such as Itaquerão, Praça do Campo Limpo, Parque da Juventude, Centro Esportivo Tietê and Chácara do Joc…
Av Paulista morphs into a come-all, free-for-all for São Paulo's annual gay pride parade, often considered the biggest in the world (both the 2016 and 2017 events drew three million people).
The pre-Lent celebrations don’t approach those of Rio, but there are parties throughout the city.
More than 200 restaurants offer special menus and promotional prices for two weeks, twice a year.
The country’s largest film festival, with screenings throughout the city.
This national and international art fair is one of the world’s largest.
Av Paulista turns into a big outdoor party to ring in the new year.