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Escape the harsh Winter and join us in SUNNY Phoenix, Arizona for the annual New Year's Eve Kizomba Kultura Festival (NYEKKF).

Cidade Productions is honored and super excited to officially invite you to experience the welcoming world of one of the fastest-growing African dances and start the New Year in style.

We are proud of the unique family atmosphere we have created, where Queens and Kings (you) are celebrated, moments are cherished, dance skills are improved, connections are enhanced, delicious cuisine units us, elegance is beauty and cultures are exemplified.

This is a FULL PASS ONLY event and everyone has a genuine interest in being completely present to fully experience a new tradition of respect, fun and everlasting memories.

This event features today's best international and national Artist, DJs and Entertainers in Kizomba, Passada, Semba, Coladeira, Zouk, Kompa and Afro-Beats, gathered to share cultural knowledge, world-class dance workshops, amazing social dancing, entertaining pool parties and more.

If you love Kizomba, you don't want to miss this event!

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EXCURSIOn to

the colossal caves

This is a guided tour inside one of the oldest natural monuments of Arizona.
It is recommended to book your visit ahead of time to avoid long waits or potentially not being able to visit as there can only be 20 visitors per group. These measures are taken to protect and safeguard the caves.

THE SCOTTSDALE MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS MUSEUM

LEARN ABOUT THE INSTRUMENTS 
THAT MADE SEMBA, COLADEIRA, ZOUK, FUNANA, SABAR AND MANY MORE FROM AROUND AFRICA, FROM CAPE VERDE, TO SOMALIA AND TUNISIA TO SOUTH AFRICA.
 
The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) is located in Phoenix, Arizona. Opened in April 2010.
It is the largest museum of its type in the world.
 
The collection of over 15,000 musical instruments and associated objects includes examples from nearly 200 countries and territories, representing every inhabited continent. Some larger countries such as the United StatesMexicoIndiaChina, and Brazil have multiple displays with subsections for different types of ethnic, folk, and tribal music

ABOUT PHOENIX

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