São Paulo is as diverse as MIMO. It carries a bit of all the parts of the world in itself. The most cosmopolitan city in Latin America hosted its first MIMO Festival edition in 2019. The event was held at important local touristic and historical sights. Sao Paulo is home to one of the largest Japanese and Italian communities outside of the countries of origin. Also known as the Land of Drizzle, Sao Paulo has received immigrants from all corners of the world in the 19th and 20th centuries. Since then, it represents a welcoming and modern place. The city is famous for its countless cultural attractions, such as museums, restaurants, parks, and the cheerful Avenida Paulista. Currently, it is also Brazil’s major economic center. During its edition in the capital of the state of São Paulo, MIMO brought lots of music to important cultural and historical sights, such as Theatro Municipal, Praça das Artes, Centro Cultural São Paulo, Mosteiro de São Bento, and Sesc 24 de maio.