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Café Olé comes back to South America this November to present its new show, Freak, for the first time. The tour, which will last from November 2nd until November 16th, will not leave indifferent the followers of Ibiza's most provocative and extravagant party. The troupe in charge of enlivening Monday nights at Space Ibiza will visit three of the best Brazilian clubs and spread the surrealistic spirit of Freak, the new thematic incorporation of last summer's Café Olé nights, all along with Rafha Madrid's music, the party resident.

The first stop of the tour will be in Belo Horizonte, concretely at Josefine, on November 2nd. From there the Café Olé crew will move to Brasilia where its extravagant show will hit Victoria Haus on November 9th. The last date will be in Salvador de Bahia, nest of one of the world's biggest carnival, on November 16th. For this occasion, Café Olé will be the main Saturday event at Hell & Heaven Festival, like for the past three years.

The Freak theme is acclimated in the late XIX century to relive the Freak Shows culture, also known as the show of aberrations and horrors, proper of the circus shows and big carnivals during 1840 and 1970. The performance will take place on a special stage in which actors, dancers, acrobats and more artists will catch the audience's attention with its freaky talents and wardrobe.

Rafha Madrid started as a DJ in 2005 being only 22 years old but his career really triggered in 2012 thanks to his residency at Café Olé. Rafha, who started playing in a small club in Barcelona, has become one of the most renowned artists of the international scene and already conquered Brazil last year with his set at Hell and Heaven Festival.