The Largest Agricultural Fair in the South of Tocantins

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Free event promises to shake up the region with new lectures, shows, rodeos and more, says president of the Rural Union.

Gurupi, the vibrant city in the south of Tocantins, is about to host the 49th edition of Expo Gurupi, scheduled to resume with full force in 2024. This year, the agricultural event, which is the largest in the region, promises to bring a series of new features , including educational lectures, musical shows, exciting rodeos, vaquejadas, among other attractions.

João Victor Stival, president of the Rural Union and organizer of the event, shared the enthusiasm for this year’s fair. “We hope that the entire population can participate and enjoy the great event we are preparing”, said Stival, reinforcing the invitation for everyone, not just from Gurupi, but from the entire South region and the state of Tocantins, to attend.

One of the big news announced for the 49th Expo Gurupi is that access will be completely free, from the beginning to the end of the event. “We want everyone to have the opportunity to enjoy what the fair has to offer, without entry costs,” Stival highlighted.

The agricultural fair’s schedule begins on April 28th with the traditional and much-anticipated horse ride. Then, from April 30th to May 5th, the exhibition park will open its doors to the agricultural exhibition, which will feature the exhibition of animals, such as horses, sheep and cattle, in addition to the participation of several local brands and businesses.

Stival takes the opportunity to reinforce the invitation to businesspeople and rural producers to exhibit their products, services and animals during the event. “It’s an excellent opportunity to negotiate, make contacts and promote your business,” concludes the president.


The article is in Portuguese

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