ACHILLE LAURO: two concert-events in October in Milan and Rome (Info & Tickets)

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Achille Lauro announces two new live events on social media with special guest Boss Doms to celebrate his career and the albums that made him famous: “Mother Boys – The Iliad” Live it will be on 4 October 2024 at the Forum in Milan and on 7 October 2024 at the Palazzo dello Sport in Rome.

Fresh from the success of Stupid Guys, the latest single Achille Lauro from trap icon to unscrupulous star capable of dismantling every stereotype is finally ready to embrace his audience again who has never stopped supporting him for two unique and unmissable autumn shows in Milan and Rome

Ragazzi Madre – The Iliad was recently released, the docufilm that tells the story of his artistic journey and the first ten years of his career, available on Prime Video.


For Achille Lauro, born Lauro De Marinis, music has represented since childhood the visceral need to express himself, and writing, as repeatedly reaffirmed, was the saving tool that led him towards the exploration of his personal musical worlds.

Genius and recklessness, his prodigious artistic talents soon introduced him to a unique career of its kind, leading him to reach countless goals and take the stage at the Sanremo Festival 4 times.

From a protagonist of the urban-street world, the chameleonic Lauro quickly transformed into a glam icon, punk-rocker, pop star and author capable of demolishing every stereotype, always ready to renew himself and move between different genres and eras in the world of music, of fashion and art, until becoming a successful entrepreneur.



October 4, 2024 | Milan @ Forum
October 7, 2024 | Rome @ Palazzo dello Sport




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