Space of resistance, valorization and rescue to the Afro-Brazilian cultural tradition

The  Renascença Club was founded on February 17, 1951 by a group of blacks belonging to the middle class, due to the discrimination suffered by its members in other clubs and renowned associations of Rio de Janeiro, thus creating a proper social space where its founders and family members, whose main characteristic was cultural resistance and the nonconformity with the prejudice and discrimination imposed by society.

In the main program, the samba wheels (Rodas de Samba), where stands out the “Samba do Trabalhador” – Every Monday, one of the most classic and important Rodas de Samba of the city that attracts people from all corners of Rio de Janeiro, always from 4:00 p.m on.

And the “Encounter of Bambas”, which happens on Saturdays.

Rena, for the most intimate, continues to be consolidated, as one of the most important stages of samba in Rio de Janeiro, essential for those who want to experience the culture of samba de raiz in its purest form in Rio de Janeiro.