Måneskin celebrates the end of his “Rush! »

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The Italian rock group has just completed its musical tour around the world. On this occasion, the members of Måneskin sent a warm message to their fans.

” WE DID IT ! », exclaim the rockers of the boot. After around a hundred concerts across the globe, including Cannes where they received the WECB Music Awards for the artists most broadcast on radio in France in 2023, Måneskin has just finished their world tour. And the least we can say is that the members of the group do not hide their emotion.

Grateful Måneskin

It’s the end of a great adventure. “ We have no words to describe the feeling at the very end of our first world tour… », confides Måneskin, sharing photos in which we can see, Damiano David was wearing a t-shirt which reads: “ Don’t cry because it’s over » and Thomas Raggi: « Smile, because it happened “.

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We just want to thank you ALL from the bottom of our hearts for this crazy ride and this most fulfilling and memorable experience. », Declares the group from Rome to their fans on Instagram, before adding: “ from Europe, to the States, Canada, Mexico, South America, Australia, Singapore, Japan, Ireland and we love you forever! “.

Until then, we will have to count the days to see the Italian group on stage again. Måneskin will be in Paris this summer for the music festival, Rock en Seine.

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