By State Agency
June 27, 2022 at 7:30 pm • Last updated June 28, 2022 at 9:58 am
After their success at Rock in Rio Lisboa, the band Jovem Dionísio will perform on the Supernova stage of Rock in Rio Brasil on September 10th. The owners of the hit ‘Acorda Pedrinho’ will perform for the first time at Rock in Rio Brasil, on stage in partnership with Filtr Live, which follows the concept of “Fábrica dos Sonhos”. With new talents in national music, the set mixes attractions already consolidated and recognized by the public with newcomers. The band joins Lil Whind (Whindersson Nunes), Priscilla Alcantara, TETO and Francisco, el Hombre who have already been confirmed for the next edition of the festival. The full line-up of the stage will be released soon.
With a modern language and sounds that go through pop, electronics and rap, the band Jovem Dionísio is formed by vocalist Bernardo Pasquali (Belni), bassist Gustavo Karam, keyboardist Bernardo Hey (Ber Hey), guitarist Rafael Mendes (Fufa) and drummer Gabriel Mendes (Mendão).
Composed in 2019, at Bar do Dionísio in Curitiba, the Brazilian indie pop band dedicates the hit Acorda, Pedrinho to a frequent customer of this bar for over 20 years where he used to take naps. In 2020, she was recognized for her versatility, irreverence and peculiarities, and considered “artist of the month” by Apple Music. The song Acorda, Pedrinho, which is part of the album with the same name, became an absolute success and exceeded 25 million plays on Spotify and more than 14 million views in the official clip on YouTube. The album also features other successful hits such as Cê Me Viu Yesterday, the first single, Risco, Tu Tem Jeito de Quem Gosto, Não Foi Por Mal and more.
On the same day, September 10th, Camila Cabello, Bastille and Djavan perform at the Mundo Stage Coldplay, while Sunset receives names such as Ceelo Green, Maria Rita & Guest, Gilsons & Guest and Bala Desejo & Guest.
In all, Supernova will host 37 attractions selected by Filtr Brasil and the festival in a scenography that will delight fans of the City of Rock. The stage will feature gears in the scenography inspired by SteamPunk, a subgenre of science fiction set in an alternative reality, whose aesthetic proposal refers to the 19th century.