DEEJAY TIME CELEBRATION this evening at the Assago Forum (Info, lineup and tickets)

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Albertino, Fargetta, Molella and Prezioso bring Deejay Time, the show that made the history of dance music to the Forum stage on the evening of Saturday 3 February 2024, on a SOLD OUT date.

After the opening DJ set of Max Pezzali’s Circo Max last September 2nd at the Circo Massimo, which saw a delighted audience dancing and letting loose, Albertino, Fargetta, Molella and Prezioso will return to the stage with an unforgettable show.


The protagonists of Deejay Time will transform the Forum into a real disco with a DJ set with the most broadcast songs in over thirty years since that famous September 1991 which saw the birth of Deejay Time.

An exclusive show that will transport the Forum to those legendary 90s which saw the phenomenon of electronic music explode. An audiovisual journey projected into the future with the greatest hits from Italian and international dancefloors.

Guests from the Deejay world and surprises for the Forum audience are not excluded. Among these certain ones: Max Pezzali, Articolo 31, Alexia and The Kolors.


The dance-time celebrations don’t end here, Deejay Time will also return in the summer with a show in Rome, Saturday 20 July 2024 at Rock In Roma (Ippodromo delle Capannelle).

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