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Madonna in Brazil: see safety advice for the Copacabana show

‘Estadão’ offers safety tips to protect your cell phone and other personal belongings during the closing of ‘The Celebration Tour’, which will take place this Saturday, 4, on Copacabana beach, starting at 9.45pm

Countdown: This Saturday, 4, Madonna concludes the celebration of his 40-year career on Copacabana beach, in Rio de Janeiro. In a free mega show, with an audience of over 1 million people, the singer concludes the tour The celebration tour with a show that promises to be the largest of the series of presentations.

  • Carry only a limited amount of cash or only a credit card with an adequate balance if you wish to purchase food or drinks;
  • Set up a meeting point with your companions before and after the show;
  • Keep your cell phone well hidden and, if necessary, send messages or share your location, do so inside a room;
  • Stay close to areas where the police are present;
  • Pay attention to exits and security points at the event location and avoid traveling alone in less crowded areas;
  • Try to leave the venue promptly and avoid taking too long to leave.

How to avoid theft at a party?

After Madonna’s show, some parties are planned in the capital Rio de Janeiro which will act as an “after” to Madonna’s show. Material girl. If you plan to attend one of these events, caution remains paramount to ensure the end of the evening is safe and hassle-free for you and your companions.

  • Choose to use an old cell phone instead of your usual device;
  • Keep your essential items close to your body and check them regularly to avoid possible theft;
  • Prefer to go accompanied, since being in a group allows for more effective mutual surveillance, thus reducing vulnerability;
  • Eliminate banking applications and choose to carry cash with you, if possible only the amount needed for the day, or opt for a card without contactless technology;
  • Avoid lending your card to other people;
  • Be careful when transacting via PIX.

Who will pay for Madonna’s concert?

According to a document sent by the Government of the State of Rio de Janeiro to the Fundação Anita Mantuano de Artes do Estado do RJ (Funarj), Madonna’s visit to Brazil will cost a total of R$59,908,437.50covering everything from the singer’s compensation to the complete setup and structure of the show.

Of the total amount, only R$10 million will be financed by the Rio de Janeiro government. The rest will be covered by sponsors, which includes a powerful group with brands such as Deezer, Heineken Group, Eventim, Absolut and Stanley.

The main financier of the show is Itaú Unibanco, with which the singer has established a partnership for the broadcast of commercials and which will provide a VIP space at the show for selected guests and clients.

The specific amounts paid by each of these sponsors, however, were not disclosed.

Source: Terra

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