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  • First Friday Street Roda by Capoeira Cordão de Ouro

  • Type: Entertainment
    Date: Friday - 10/1/2010
    Time: 8PM - 10PM
    Location:
    Chinatown Gateway Park
    Small park near corner of
    S Hotel St and Bethel St
    Honolulu, Hawaii 96817
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First Friday Street Roda
Capoeira Cordão de Ouro Hawaii hosts monthly street roda in the heart of Honolulu Chinatown to get together and have some fun! Come to the small park next to Hawaii Theatre on Hotel St., on First Fridays of the month between 8pm - 10pm. Everyone is welcome to participate. If you have never seen Capoeira live, this is a great chance to see it with your own eyes. Bring your good Axé (energy) to the roda!





When?
Every First Friday of the month from 8pm - 10pm ish.

Where?
Chinatown Gateway Park on Hotel St. between Bethel St. and Nu'uanu Ave. It's located next to Hawaii Theatre, or behind Indigo Bar





About Capoeira

If you witness Capoeira for the first time in your life, it's hard to understand what is going on. It looks like the two players are sparring at each other in a circle formed by people. They are clapping their hands and singing unfamiliar songs to the exotic beats created by the instruments you have never seen before.

Even for a capoeirista (Capoeira player), sometimes it's hard to explain what Capoeira is due to the complexity of the art. In essence, Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian art from that combines elements of martial arts, dance, acrobatics, music and practical philosophy, but it is so much more. For some, it's simply a lifestyle.
Is it a martial art or a dance?

It can be seen as both. It is a dance that simulates a fight, or a fight that simulates a dance. A common misconception about Capoeira is that it is a non-contact sport. Some contact does occur in a game of advanced players, but Capoeira does not place an emphasis on making contact or scoring points. One does not "win" or "lose" a game of Capoeira by how many times you hit an opponent. It is "played' not fought, and the way the game is played is considered to be more important. Because of our non-competitive nature and inclusiveness of the sport, Capoeira is enjoyed by people all around the world.

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