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Isabel Nogueira transforms into a falcon for her second performance at the 57th Parentines Festival |  Parentins Festival

Isabel Nogueira transforms into a falcon for her second performance at the 57th Parentines Festival | Parentins Festival

Isabel Nogueira transforms into a falcon for her second performance at the Parentines Festival. — Photo: Daniel Landazori/g1 AM

Isabel Nogueira gave her second performance as Boi Garantido’s Wedge Buranga at the 57th Parintins Festival, Saturday night (29). The former BBB appeared riding animals from the forests and river beds, in an allegory representing the “Amazon legend.” Once she arrived in the arena, she transformed into a harpy falcon as she evolved.

The sub-theme of this second night is to uncover the secret of the Amazonian lineage.

The lineage in the city of Lindolfo Monte Verde, creator of Garantido, breaks down barriers and blurs the boundaries between indigenous people, blacks and whites.

Isabel Nogueira on the second night of the Parintines Folklore Festival – Photo: Daniel Landazurri/g1 AM

The Parintins Folklore Festival, recognized as the cultural heritage of Brazil, serves as the venue for the dispute between Caprichoso and Garantido, Bumbódromo, which seats 35 thousand spectators and receives every year thousands of tourists from Brazil and the world.

During the festival, residents of Parentines Island, an island with a population of just over 120,000 people, receive the same number of visitors during the event every year, according to government bodies.

The Parintins (AM) Festival enters its second day today

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