The band will be at the Ariston on Thursday evening
The Maneskin in Sanremo 2023. The Roman band will be at the festival on the evening of Thursday 9 February. Amadeus announced it by speaking with the Maneskin in the 20 o’clock edition of Tg1 today. “We can’t wait, it’s always an honor for us” to take the Ariston stage, say the Maneskin. “Sanremo has an edge when the Maneskin are there,” says Amadeus.
The Maneskin return for the third consecutive time to the Festival, the event from which their incredible rise towards the international market started. After winning the 2021 edition with the song ‘Shut up and good’ and having triumphed with the same song at Eurovision 2021, which made them known to the international public, the Maneskin returned to the Ariston last year for the traditional handover (which Amadeus will also want this year from Mahmood and Blanco winners of last year’s festival). In 2022, in addition to ‘Zitti e Buoni’, the Roman band also performed ‘Coraline’, with Damiano David moved to tears. This year it is likely that the band will play at least one song from the new album ‘Rush!’, which was released today.