A Brazilian Typical festivities, celebrating the nativity of St. John the Baptist, is the annual celebrations in the beginning of the Brazilian winter. In some capitals, this party is called Junina Party when some places celebrate in June and Julina when celebrates in July or São João festivities ( Festa de São João in Portuguese).
São João festivities are extremely popular in all urban areas and among all social classes. In the Northeast, they are as popular as Carnival. These festivities involve costume wearing (in this case, peasant costumes), dancing, drinking, and visual spectacles (fireworks display and folk dancing).
Two northeast towns in particular have compete with each other for the title of “Biggest São João Festival” namely Caruaru in Pernambuco state and Campina Grande in Paraíba state. Both in the northeast.
In the northeast the winter days are about 70°F or 20°C but usually is 86°F or 30°C. Can you imagine in the summer?
On this party have a lot of types of typical foods and drinks like:
Bolo de fubá
Curau de milho
Pè de Moleque
There are more kind of food , but just going to try everything.