Nannini returns to the Italian stages: “They will be rock concerts”

Trieste, Brescia, Mantua, Genoa. The rock of Gianna Nannini is about to go up on the Italian stages. In November, in fact, the Sienese singer-songwriter will be around the boot with ‘In Teatro Tour 2022‘performing together with his band composed of Davide Tagliapietra on musical direction and guitars, Christian Rigano on keyboards, Milton McDonald on guitars, Francis Hylton on bass, Steve Barney on drums, Isabella Casucci on vocals. Four dates with a lineup that includes his own hit and many surprises, recent songs that have entered the hearts of fans such as ‘La Difference’ and ‘L’aria è finendo’, and iconic songs, which have marked his career, such as ‘I males’, ‘America’ and ‘Fotoromanza’. “They will be rock concerts, I built a set of great impact with extraordinary musicians who give me a crazy desire to continue playing”, says Gianna Nannini.

These are the dates: November 22 at the Rossetti Theater in Trieste; November 25 at the Dis_Play Theater in Brescia; November 26 at the Grana Padano Theater in Mantua; November 28 at the Carlo Felice Theater in Genoa. The tour will continue in Switzerland on 1 December at the Hallenstadion in Zurich and on 2 December at the Theater Du Leman in Geneva. Tickets are available on Ticketone and on the usual presale circuits. To participate in the November theater shows, all holders of a ticket previously purchased for the tour in the sports halls must confirm their participation in advance on this page All information on tickets is available at the following link: But further information [email protected] The Italian tour is produced and organized by Friends & Partners.

The 2022 of the rocker began with a full house in the theater tour in Italy, the concerts in April in London, Luxembourg, Paris and Brussels, then the success at the Artemio Franchi Stadium in Florence, the emotion of the great musical event against violence against Women One, None. One hundred thousand at the RCF Arena Reggio Emilia (Campovolo), 10 dates in Germany in front of thousands of spectators in two weeks and concerts in Italy in many suggestive open-air locations and in the main summer festivals.