After triumphing at the 73rd Sanremo Music Festival with the song Two lives, Marco Mengoni makes an appointment on July 15 for a grand finale: on that date the singer-songwriter will, in fact, be the protagonist of a unique and exceptional live event scheduled at Circus Maximus to Rome, a location dedicated to large happenings and ready to welcome Mengoni’s audience for an exceptional date that closes its highly successful summer live season. The concert on July 15th will therefore be an opportunity to get together and celebrate this moment of great successes achieved together.
Tickets for the date at the Circus Maximus will be available from 11.00 on Thursday 23 February in My Live Nation advance sale on www.livenation.it, on general sale from 11.00 on Friday 24 February on www.ticketone.it, www.ticketmaster .it, www.ticketmaster.it. Marco Mengoni this summer is ready to return live in stadiums with the tour Marco In the Stadiumsof which they already are sold out the dates of Salerno, Bari, Bologna And Milan. The date at the Circus Maximus is the celebration of these last two incredible years for Marco Mengoni, which began with the publication of Matter (Earth) in December 2021 – first album of the recording project Matter – continued with two unmissable stadium shows in Milan and Rome last summer and a series of sold out arenas in the autumn together with the album release Material (Leather) and to victory of the 73rd Sanremo Festival with the song “Two lives”the first piece of the last chapter of the record trilogy (already triple platinum), whose release is expected by the end of 2023.
After 13 years of career, 7 studio albums, 68 platinum albums, over 1.8 billion audio/video streams and 9 live tours, Marco Mengoni is preparing to represent Italy for the second time at the Eurovision Song Contest to be held in Liverpool on May 13, 2023, to then perform this summer with a tour in the main Italian stadiums of which the dates in Salerno, Bari, Bologna and Milan are already sold out. Marco Mengoni is expected in the cities of Bibione (June 17 – date zero), Padua (June 20), Salerno (June 24), Bari (June 28), Bologna (July 1), Turin (July 5), Milan (July 8) and finally a Rome at the Circus Maximus for the grand finale (15 July).