The Capital is ready for a season of great music with the Roma Summer Fest, the great event scheduled from June to September in the splendid setting of the Cavea designed by Renzo Piano.
A very rich calendar with which the Auditorium Parco della Musica, on the occasion of its 20th anniversary, hosts the Italian and international protagonists of the pop, rock, electronic, jazz and ethnic music scene.
On the schedule are more than 40 concerts: exclusive live shows and special events with world-famous stars on stage, including Moderat (10 June), alt-J (17 June), Chet Faker (25 June), Snarky Puppy (28 June), Rufus Wainwright (4 July), Gregory Porter (10 July), Michael Kiwanuka (16 July), LP (22 July), Patti Smith (27 July), Steve Hackett (30 July), legendary guitarist of Genesis, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals (4 August), Aurora (8 September), and legendary bands - Pixies (27 June), Skunk Anansie (29 June), Deep Purple (2 July), Simple Minds (17 July), The Smile (18 July), the new group of Thom Yorke, with Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead and Tom Skinner of Sons of Kemet.
Not to be missed are the extraordinary first Italian dates of the New Zealander Lorde (16 June), the extraordinary American singer-songwriter Cat Power (20 June), and the jazz legend Herbie Hancock (13 July). Great expectations for Louis Tomlinson (30 August) and the return on the stage of the Scottish singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini (19 July), who performs seven years after his last live.
Great entertainment with Ballo! (1 August) - the show dedicated to ancient Italian folk dances - and Atom Heart Mother (3 August) with the Pink Floyd Legend, Ron Geesin and an ensemble of 100 artists performing the masterpiece and the greatest hits of the famous British group.
There is no lack of pop, author, folk and rap music with the great Italian protagonists such as Paolo Conte (12 and 13 June), Massimo Ranieri (14 June), Rocco Hunt (18 June), Brunori Sas (30 June), Mahmood (7 July), Fiorella Mannoia (8 July), Banda Bardò & Cisco (12 July), Carmen Consoli (28 July), Riccardo Cocciante (31 July), Massimo Ranieri (11 September), Elisa (21, 23 and 24 September ), and Fabri Fibra, who close the musical event on 26 September.
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