What happens when one of the biggest national rock bands that has been in the music business since 1997 meets one of the country's most iconic rap groups? This is what the City of Rock audiences will see once Detonautas Roque Clube and Pavilhão 9 have taken the Sunset stage together on September 28. 

About Detonautas  

Detonautas Roque Clube is one of the greatest representatives of national rock, boasting a 21-year career, 6 studio albums, 3 live DVDs, including the one showing their anthological performance at Rock in Rio 2011, when they shared Mundo Stage with international bands such as Guns N’ Roses and System Of A Down, and a few hits collections. They have been playing across Brazil uninterruptedly since 2002, participating in all the major festivals in the country and embarking on international tours in the USA and Japan.  They are one of the most streamed bands on streaming platforms, being in the top 10 in their genre. The band's latest work is “Detonautas Roque Clube VI”, their 6th studio album, released in 2017. 

About Pavilhão 9 

Known for their sharp discourse and lyrics committed to social, political and cultural issues, Pavilhão 9 is regarded as one of the leading hip-hop groups of the 1990s. After an 11-year hiatus, the band returned with the album “Antes Durante Depois”, released in 2017. The current line-up consists of the band founder Rhossi, with his impressive vocals, and new members who have brought weight and freshness to the team: guitarist Rafael Bombeck (formerly of La Raza), drummer Leco Canali (formerly of Tolerância Zero), Juninho on the bass guitar, and DJ MF. 

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