Lucas Pasin  Gusttavo Lima picks up block in Salvador;  BRL 2,000 Abadas don’t sell  Splash

Lucas Pasin Gusttavo Lima picks up block in Salvador; BRL 2,000 Abadas don’t sell Splash

Gusttavo Lima attempted to demonstrate his Bloco do Ambassador at the Barra/Ondina Circuit in Salvador but was unsuccessful.

The press office of the block confirmed this to this columnist syringes that the block was “postponed to 2024”. The column sought out Gusttavo Lima, who has not yet commented on the matter. The place remains open.

The sertanejo tried to charge R$2,000 per abadá but could not sell enough to put the block on the street in the parade on Carnival Monday, February 20th.

The information was first released by IG journalist Kadu Brandão.

It’s worth noting that Gusttavo Lima attempted to occupy a space already fairly consecrated by Bahian singers. Daniela Mercury, Ivete Sangalo, Bell Marques and Durval Lelys are also attractions at the Barra Ondina circuit.

Before the “postponement to 2024” in November, the producer of the block tried to carry out a promotion and the Abadá fell to R$800.

An open bar area was also created for revelers who agreed to pay the R$2,000. He would have access to a backing trio with an open bar.

The attempts weren’t enough and according to sources, the sales weren’t what was expected. The block’s advisory also informs that a note is to be published today with further details on the cancellation.

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Gusttavo Lima would have a block in Salvador

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