Reopening of the Fiorino Sull'Arno
Via del Campo
Tribute to Fabrizio de André
After a year of forced stop due to the covid19 pandemic, Il Fiorino sull'Arno (Lungarno Pecori Giraldi - Florence, near the Ponte di San Niccolò; reservations 333 8143000 ) is finally back for the whole summer, an outdoor venue that offers seven days a week , until September, good music and quality entertainment, together with excellent pizzas and other culinary specialties, especially Mediterranean. The opening hours for the moment are from 15 to 23 . All in a very pleasant space, in the midst of centuries-old trees that protect from the summer heat. Concerts start at 8.30pm and are always free .
The unprecedented situation naturally imposed a renewal of the look and the concept of the space itself : it will be a true oasis on the Arno, in which new relaxation areas have been created on the river bank. New offers for food and drinks have also been studied, all with a view to ensuring that the next highly anticipated summer will be one of the most enjoyable ever.
Of course there will be a big screen for the World Cup.
Since everything has to be carried out in compliance with the anti-covid legislation, reservations are strongly recommended at 333 8143000 .
On Wednesday 2 June the venue will be open, but there is no show. Further dates soon
Program 1-5 June
Tuesday 1 June at 8.30 pm Via del Campo . One of the best known De André Tribute Band with the most authentic repertoire of Faber, from the irreverent "Bocca di Rosa" to the enthralling "Il Pescatore", from the modern day fairy tale "Sally" to the ardent "The Testament of Tito", through arrangements that were of the PFM and some licenses born during the rehearsals. The role of De André is entrusted to Riccardo Mori, vocalist and guitarist already alongside Vasco Rossi.
Thursday 3 June at 8.30 pm The hellhounds of Purgatory . Active for some time in the Florentine underground, the Hellhounds of Purgatory were one of the pillars of Yes We Jam, the weekly event that first mixed jazz with hip hop with considerable success. They played on the best (and worst) stages of Florence and were support bands at Yussef Kamaal's live.
Friday 4 June 8.30 pm Evening curated by Butterfly Effect .
Saturday 5 June at 8.30 pm Mediterranean Quartet (Paolo Casu: percussion; Luca Imperatore: guitar; Alessandro Piccini: guitar and voice; Enzo Mileo: guitar and voice). samba, Cuban folk music and songs, with rhythms of rumba, bolero, beguine, bossa nova. In the second part of the concert will also offer music by Conte and Capossela. Through a completely acoustic formula, a warm, direct and enveloping sound and the talented arrangements of the quartet, the audience is transported to distant lands, captivated by the popular character of all the music they have expressed and which express the discomfort, the nostalgia, the presence and the remoteness of their land.
Thursday 10 June at 8.30 pm The monkey boys.
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