How much do tickets for the Sanremo Festival cost?
From 6 to 10 February, like every year, Italy stops and we won’t talk about anything other than the Sanremo Festival. A criticized, loved event, which always brings with it some controversy, because, as Pippo Baudo said, there is no festival without controversy. But it must also be said that Sanremo, for decades now, has kept millions of Italians glued to the television for hours and hours and that, thanks to the editions of Amadeus, it has brought even the youngest people closer to the festival, often considered old and obsolete. .
This year there are several interesting artists, first and foremost Geolier, but Fred De Palma, Mahmood and La Sad are also worth keeping an eye on.
How much does it cost to watch the festival directly from the Ariston theatre?
€200 – 1 ticket in the first 4 evenings | Stalls
€730 – Ticket for the I Platea final
€110 – 1 ticket in the first 4 evenings of the I Galleria
€360 – Ticket for the final | Gallery
Tickets are on sale from January 23rd at 9:00 am (while availability lasts) on the website http://sanremo2024.aristonsanremo.com.
And the purchase of 2 entrance tickets per person is permitted.