Estádio Vivaldo Lima, usually known by its nickname Vivaldão, was a multi-purpose stadium in Manaus, Brazil. It was formerly used mostly for football matches. The stadium held 36,000, with 31,000 seats. It was built between 1958 and 1970. The stadium was named after Vivaldo Lima, who was the founder of Nacional Fast Clube and it was the home ground of América Futebol Clube (AM), Nacional Futebol Clube and Atlético Rio Negro Clube.
Vivaldo é o nome artístico de Osvaldo Chivambo, cantor, compositor e produtor Moçambicano desde 2009 até presente. Em 2013 grava o seu primeiro single intitulado "quem não quer sou eu" de muito sucesso o que fez com que ganhasse fãs de uma forma muito rápida. Em 2014 lança o single "Não vejo a hora" que continham lá 6 músicas.
Vivaldo is a boy's name of Italian origin meaning "who dominates the will". Famous People Named Vivaldo. Pop Culture References for the name Vivaldo. Vivaldo Moore, novelist in James Baldwin's "Another Country" (1962).