Lights out for the Carnival of Brazil?

It’s the world’s biggest party.  Up to one million tourists and four million local residents will dance the samba on the streets of Brazil. Toilets have always been the biggest logistical problem. But this year, Brazil is facing a formidable challenge: drought and water shortages. No water in Brazil means no power thus no show. Carnival festivities have already been canceled in some localities. Even in São Paulo, officials are discussing the possibility of turning off the music and the lights. It could be a much quieter Carnival than usual.

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