SFERA EBBASTA in concert at San Siro on 24 June (Info and Tickets)

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Sfera Ebbasta in conjunction with today’s release of his new album “X2VR” (READ THE REVIEW) has announced that he will be on stage for the first time in a stadium on June 24th at the San Siro stadium in Milan.

X2VR is now a return to the road, a return home, to the Ciny which, after years, once again bursts into the imagination of a Sfera record, bringing it back to the block. The launch teaser shown at Allianz Cloud Milano during the $€ Special Night, with images of the Trap King in the places where he grew up, in the streets and among the buildings of Cinisello Balsamo, is already a clear demonstration of this.

X2VR is dark sounds and raw lyrics, a return to the origins that is not entrenching oneself in the comfort zone of trap, but a subsequent step in Sfera Ebbasta’s career, marked by artistic growth, an upgrade in writing. New maturity and awareness, also linked to the experience of fatherhood, which Sfera wanted to pay homage to in the b/w cover shot taken by Lorenzo Villa.


Pre-sales will be available on www.vivoconcerti.com from 2pm on Saturday 18 November, and in authorized sales points from 11am on Friday 23 November.

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