Bono Vox of U2 in concert in Naples, date and ticket info on the only Italian date

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There is a date to mark in red for all music lovers: it is the May 13thday when Bono Vox will perform in Naples for the only Italian appointment of his tour. The U2 frontman, in fact, chose the Neapolitan city and the San Carlo Theatre, historic place of Neapolitan and Italian culture, to perform in our country, before resuming the tour that is taking him to play throughout Europe. There is great excitement for this appointment, which has very different methods of participation compared to other major events, above all because i tickets they will be put on sale a few days before of the concert and not months after the appointment. A very precise choice that is creating quite a few tensions between lovers of the genre, so much so that a real click day is expected with sold-out tickets in a few minutes.

Bono Vox in Naples: ticket info

There were numerous rumors that had been chasing each other for days and the confirmation was welcomed with great satisfaction by the city. There presale already has a precise date: April 21 at 10 am. The only channels provided for the sale, which does not include priority access, are Ticketmaster, Ticketone and Vivaticket. Each purchaser will not be able to take more than two tickets for each transaction, which will be nominative. Also, the only way to get hold of it is to show up at the theater ticket office before the start of the performance to withdraw them, because tickets printed online will not be valid. For collection it is necessary to present an identity document corresponding to the name printed on the ticket.

Bono Vox at the San Carlo Theater in Naples

The San Carlo Theater is one of the jewels of the Neapolitan city, built in the 18th century at the behest of King Charles III of Bourbon. It is a Unesco heritageone of the most prestigious opera houses in the world as well as one of the oldest, considering that its construction precedes both the Scala theater in Milan and the La Fenice theater in Venice by decades. It has a capacity of just over 1300 seats, against the initial 3000, and this makes the concert organized by Bono Vox for May 13th even more exclusive. 1300 seats they are not few but considering the stature of the U2 frontman it is reasonable to assume that there will be a real race for the ticket. The show will be filmed for a later one video productionso much so that the public is required to honor where they are by wearing formal dresses. The word event is never as appropriate as in this case, considering that Minister Gennaro Sangiuliano himself worked on this appointment, which sees the participation in the organization of the Ministry of Culture.