The concerts we may not be able to see this summer in Florence
The desire to get together, sing and dance close to each other continues to fuel hopes, but the Coronavirus emergency is beginning to make even summer appointments tremble
After several years, this could be the first summer without concerts in Florence. We were used to the amazing summer live shows at the Artemio Franchi Stadium, in the Visarno Arena, in Fiesole or in Piazza Santissima Annunziata, but the coronavirus emergency is starting to make even this summer's events shake.
That's how first, being in June, the thought of Firenze Rock begins to fade away, which this year would have exceptional big events on the program: Green Day on June 11, Guns N'Roses on June 12, Red Hot Chili Peppers on June 13 and the legendary Vasco Rossi on June 15, 2020.
Many fans are also eagerly awaiting the concerts scheduled at the Artemio Franchi Stadium: Ultimo, the Roman singer-songwriter who had sold out months in advance for the first dates in Florence and Milan. Tiziano Ferro, one of our most international pop faces. But also Cesare Cremonini who this year celebrates 20 years of career.
From July 15 to 28 in Piazza Santissima Annunziata is announced the fifth edition of MusArt Festival, a young event that has always brought to the city names of the highest quality and that this year sees in the schedule: the American rock star of Italian origin LP, Edoardo Bennato with the project together with the Orchestra della Toscana Da Rossini al Rock, the magnificent show of Roberto Bolle and Friends, Goran Bregovic, Stefano Bollani with the album Piano Variations on Jesus Christ Superstar, the show Rock the Opera Vol. 2., Fiorella Mannoia and Paul Weller.
The Estate Fiesolana, in the evocative setting of the Teatro Romano, is now in its 73rd edition. This year the dates are from 21st June to 23rd August. There are many events, including concerts and shows, including, to name a few, Niccolò Fabi, Uto Ughi with the Solisti Veneti, Angelo Branduardi, and Pink Floyd Legend Shine.
Fingers crossed, we'll keep you updated!