The Radio Italia Concertone is back in Piazza Duomo: from Blanco to Elodie, the singers who will be on stage after two years of stoppage due to the pandemic, great music returns to Piazza Duomo in Milan: under the Madonnina, Saturday 21 May 2022, the long-awaited appointment with the concert of Radio Italia live, which in recent years has become a moment of aggregation not to be missed.
The event is free and does not require a ticket.
Mark it on your calendar, this time, is that of Saturday 21 May: the concert in Piazza Duomo will begin at 20.30 and, they add from Radio Italia, “It will be the occasion, for the public, to relive unforgettable moments of light-heartedness and pure joy and, for the artists, to return to perform in front of an enthusiastic audience “.
Leading the evening will be Luca Bizzarri and Paolo Kessisoglu: in the stdio backstage, the speaker Manola Moslehi will interview the artists. Daniela Cappelletti has the task of intercepting the enthusiasm of the public.
The opening theme of the concert will be performed live, as in previous editions, by Saturnino.
Artisit performing at the Radio Italia concert
The names of the singers who will take the stage have been revealed this Monday by the radio broadcaster Radio Italia: ranging from the winner of the last Sanremo, Blanco, to the Milanese rapper Marracash, passing through Alessandra Amoroso, Elodie, Elisa, Coez, Francesco Gabbani.
In the line-up of the concert, the presence of other important names should also be noted: Ghali, Irama, Marco Mengoni, Gianni Morandi, the Nuclear Tactical Penguins, Rkomi, Sangiovanni and Ultimo.
Those who cannot participate in the presence of the Radio Italia concert, as every year, will be able to follow the live video on Radio Italia TV (channel 70 and 570 DTT, channel 725 of Sky, channel 35 of TivùSat, via satellite on “Hot Bird” 13 ° East, only in Switzerland on Video Italia HD), on Sky Uno, TV8 and NOW, as well as on the radio website (www.radioitalia.it/radioitalialive).
The event in Piazza Duomo in Milan marks the restart of great live music after a moment of unprecedented difficulty.
The event is free and does not require a ticket