Schedule and where to see Aitana’s performance at Sanremo 2024

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It seems that Aitana has taken this 2024 to the letter about fulfilling her list of things to do. The artist started the year in style on the beaches of Costa Rica. She then returned to what she was her home in 2017, the OT Academy 2023. Later she went to Los Angeles to compose and took the opportunity to cross out of her wishlist Go to a Lakers game. Now it’s time to face the next pending thing: take the stage at the Sanremo Song Festival 2024.

After knowing this Saturday, February 3, who will represent Spain in Eurovision, it is time to know who will represent Italy. For Italians, the Benidorm Fest is called Sanremo, although the editions behind them are very different. Aitana will be one of the artists who will take the stage to entertain the 74th edition of the festival and will participate in one of the festival’s seratas.

Sangiovanni and Aitana in the video clip for ‘Mariposas’ / Provided by Universal Music Spain

When and where to see Aitana in Sanremo 2024

The conver serata or also known as duets night where all those who want to go to Eurovision will be held this Friday, February 9, 2024 starting at 8:40 p.m. During the gala we will be able to see Aitana take the iconic stage of the Ariston Theater in San Remo to accompany Sangiovanni and perform a medley of Farfalle and Butterflies.

During this night, the 30 festival contestants will be accompanied by other renowned artists who will perform their own or others’ songs. The Sanremo competition will be broadcast on the Italian public channel RAI 1 and through its RaiPlay website. In addition, it will also be broadcast live starting at 8:40 p.m. on its YouTube channel for free.

And good news for Aitana fans: tonight Aitana and Sangiovanni will be the first to open the gala.

All the duets that will sing this Friday at Sanremo 2024

  • Alessandra Amoroso and Boomdabash – Medley
  • Alfa and Roberto Vecchioni – “Sogna ragazzo sogna” (Roberto Vecchioni – 1999)
  • Angelina Mango and Quartetto d’archi dell’Orchestra di Roma – “La rondine” (Mango – 2002)
  • Annalisa and La Rappresentante di Lista and the Artemia chorus – «Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)» (Eurythmics – 1983)
  • BigMama and Gaia, La Niña e Sissi – «Lady Marmalade (Christina Aguilera, Lil’ Kim, Mýa and Pink – 2001)
  • Bnkr44 and Pino D’Angiò – «Ma quale idea» (Pino D’Angiò – 1980)
  • Clara and Ivana Spagna and the White Voci Choir of the Teatro Regio di Torino – “Il cerchio della vita” (Ivana Spagna – 1995)
  • Dargen D’Amico and Babel – «Nova Orchestra Omaggio a Ennio Morricone»
  • Diodato and Jack Savoretti – “Amore che vieni, amore che vai” (Fabrizio De André – 1966)
  • Emma and Bresh – Medley Tiziano Ferro
  • Fiorella Mannoia and Francesco Gabbani – «Che sia benedetta» (Fiorella Mannoia – 2017) / «Occidentali’s Karma» (Francesco Gabbani – 2017)
  • Fred De Palma and Eiffel 65 – Medley Eiffel 65
  • Gazzelle and Fulminacci – “Notte prima degli esami” (Antonello Venditti – 1984)
  • Geolier, Guè, Gigi D’Alessio and Luchè – «Strade» (Medley)
  • Ghali and Ratchopper – «Italiano vero» (Medley)
  • Irama and Riccardo Cocciante – “When a love ends” (Riccardo Cocciante – 1974)
  • Il Tre and Fabrizio Moro – Medley Fabrizio Moro
  • Il Volo and Stef Burns – “Who Wants to Live Forever” (Queen – 1986)
  • La Sad and Donatella – “Rettore Lamette” (Rettore – 1982)
  • Loredana Bertè and Venerus – “Ragazzo mio” (Luigi Tenco – 1964)
  • Mahmood and Tenores di Bitti – “Come è profondo il mare” (Lucio Dalla – 1977)
  • Negramaro and Malika Ayane – “La canzone del sole” (Lucio Battisti – 1971)
  • Maninni and Ermal Meta – “Non mi avete fatto niente” (Ermal Meta and Fabrizio Moro – 2018)
  • Mr. Rain and Gemelli DiVersi – “Mary” (Gemelli DiVersi – 2003)
  • Renga and Nek – Medley Renga and Nek
  • Ricchi e Poveri and Paola & Chiara – «Sarà perché ti amo» (Ricchi e Poveri – 1981) / «Mamma Maria» (Ricchi e Poveri – 1982)
  • Rose Villain and Gianna Nannini – Medley
  • Sangiovanni and Aitana – Medley “Farfalle” (Sangiovanni – 2022) / “Butterflies” (Sangiovanni and Aitana – 2022)
  • Santi Francesi and Skin – “Hallelujah” (Leonard Cohen – 1984)
  • The Kolors and Umberto Tozzi – Medley Umberto Tozzi


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