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Get Your Calendar Out: Upcoming Concerts in Italy

Rock on!

Time to organize your music schedule! There are a bunch of artists coming to Italy in the coming months (mostly to Milan argh!), so what better way to see the country and catch a show?!

Tickets can be purchased on GreenTicket or TicketOne sites.

November
20th: Skunk Anansie at Rome’s Teatro Tendastrisce
20th: Francesco de Gregori at Rome’s Atlantico
24th: Zen Circus in Bologna
29th:  Alt-J at Rome’s Circolo degli Artisti
19th: Bat for Lashes in Milan

December
1st: Black Keys in Torino
3rd: Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson at Rome’s Granteatro
4th: Asaf Avidan at Rome’s Auditorium
4th: The Hives in Milan
7th: Goran Bregovic in Padova
8th: Club Dogo at Rome’s Orion
13th: The Vaccines in Milan
14th: Zen Circus in Torino

February
18th: The Raveonettes in Milan
19th: Sigur Ros in Assaggo (not far from Milan).
21st: Yellowcard at Rome’s Orion
23rd + 24th: Crystal Castles in Bologna then Milan
28th: Local Natives in Milan

March
7th: Negrita in Florence (other dates available in other cities as well).
10th: Yo La Tengo in Milan
11th: The Darkness in Milan
16th: Mumford & Sons at Rome’s Atlantico
19th: Of Monsters and Men at Rome’s Piper Club
24th: Eros Ramazzotti in Florence (other dates available in other cities as well).

May
6th: Lana del Rey at Rome’s Palalottomatica

June
19th: Lorenzo Jovanotti in Milan
29th: Bon Jovi in Milan

July
18th: Depeche Mode at Rome’s Olympic Stadium
19th: Motorhead in Vigevano (not too far from Milan).
28th: Roger Waters – The Wall Live at Rome’s Olympic Stadium

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3 thoughts on “Get Your Calendar Out: Upcoming Concerts in Italy

  1. Some things to look forward to, but if there is one thing we miss from London is the countless options of gigs to go to (even if they do all sell out instantly!). Rome is always so low on the list of cities to visit on tour by so many bands! Boooo!

    • Very true! It’s frustrating to see major concerts being held in primarily in Milan. However, coming from New York City myself, the cost of concerts in Italy is way cheaper than what I am used to. What about concert prices in London?

      • Prices are incredibly high in London, and the tickets sell out instantly. However the up and coming bands in trendy and not so trendy spots are often the way to go and can actually be a lot more fun. Thanks for the posts, we really enjoy them!

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