BIAGIO ANTONACCI 10 concerts at the Vittoriale Amphitheater in Gardone Riviera (Info and tickets)

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BIAGIO ANTONACCI will be the protagonist of 10 concerts next September in one of the most beautiful Italian locations, the Vittoriale Amphitheater in Gardone Riviera (BS).

It is the first time that the Vittoriale degli Italiani, the house-museum commissioned by Gabriele D’Annunzio, has been granted for 10 consecutive dates to an Italian pop artist, a great opportunity for fans of the Milanese singer-songwriter to enjoy not only the music of Antonacci but also of a truly wonderful place on the shores of Lake Garda.

Announcing the dates, Antonacci recalled that: “The Vittoriale degli Italiani was a place where I often went, since I was a child, with my parents. Growing up, when I started making music, I often thought about the possibility of being able to play in such an important place for our country, a historical place and at the same time important for Italian culture.”

After 5 years of waiting BIAGIO ANTONACCI has released his new album “L’INIZIO” (READ THE REVIEW) his sixteenth studio album.

The album debuted on the podium of the ranking of the best-selling and most listened to records in our country (in second place in the Vinyl, CD and Music Cassette ranking).
“THE BEGINNING” collects a total of 15 songs written in the last four years and left to settle before turning from thoughts to real songs.


Tickets for the ten dates (17-18-20-21-22-24-25-27-28-29 September) will be available from Thursday 25 January at 12:00




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