Palermo, Sensory Analysis course: second lesson dedicated to extra virgin olive oil – Il Giornale di Pantelleria
Other dates in Italy by popular demand
May 30 and 31 and June 2 and 3
At the Baths of Caracalla in Rome
July 28, 29 and 30 at Syracuse Greek Theatre
Tickets on pre-sale from today at 12.00
… and although expectations of a great return are growing
The devil is in the king in his city!
June 9th and 10th at the RCF ARENA in Reggio Emilia
“LOVE AND ROOTS” for two unmissable events
On the largest square in Europe there are benches
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of his career!
By popular demand, further dates in Italy for the “World Wild Tour” by ZUCCHERO “SUGAR” FORNACIARI, 7 new live dates: May 30 and 31, June 2 and 3 at the Baths of Caracalla in Rome and July 28, 29 and 30 at the Greek Theater in Syracuse.
The international tour, which started last year from Glasgow (UK) and also sold out at the ROYAL ALBERT HALL in London, touched the most prestigious festivals in Europe and lit up the live season at full capacity (post-Covid) of the Arena di Verona, which was a great success with the audience and critics. It sold out 14 concerts and attracted a domestic and international audience of more than 150,000.
The show, full of great emotions and excitement in which the artist will carry, in addition to the songs of his latest album “Discover”, his greatest hits, on stage along with Zucchero a world super band composed by Polo Jones (Musical director, bass), Cat Dyson ( Guitar, bvs), Peter Vitesse (Hammond, piano and synths), Mario Schleiro (guitars), Adriano Molinari (drums), Nicola Pirosh (keyboards), Monica Mays Carter (drums, percussions), James Thompson (horns, bvs), Lázaro Amaury Oviedo Delote (horns), Carlos Minoso (trumpets) and Uma Galli (backing vocals).
Tickets for the new dates of the “World Wild Tour”, produced by Friends & Partners, are available in pre-sale from today, Monday 20 February, starting at 12.00 on Ticketone.it and at the usual points of sale.
After many years of absence from his home city, DEVIL IN RE returns to Reggio Emilia, “Love and Roots” in two unmissable dates on the 9th and 10th of June at the RCF Arena!
It will be an opportunity to relive his forty-year career of great successes with his most famous hits and to inaugurate the new look of Campovolo: with 35,000 seats per show (arranged in a diamond shape in homage to one of his most famous songs), the RCF Arena has become the largest seating arena in Europe, ever built. Purpose-built with a slope of 5% to ensure optimum presentation and acoustics.
Tickets for the two live shows, produced by Friends & Partners, are available in pre-sale on Ticketone.it and Ticketmaster.it and at the usual points of sale. For more information, see the website: www.friendsandpartners.it and www.rcfarena.it.
Radio Italia is the official broadcaster for the new dates of the “World Wild Tour” and the shows at the RCF Arena.
Among the main interpreters of blues rock in Italy, Zucchero (born Adelmo Fornaciari) has sold more than 60 million records in his career, of which 8 million are with the album “Oro, incenso & Beer”. In addition to being the first Western artist to exhibit in the Kremlin after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Zucchero is also the only Italian artist to participate in the Woodstock Festival in 1994, in all 46,664 events of Nelson Mandela. Ambassador and Freddie Mercury tribute in 1992. Also in 1992 Zucchero and Luciano Pavarotti shared the idea of a charity celebration of Pavarotti and Friends. The first edition, which was broadcast live around the world, started a series of annual charity concerts that continued until 2003. In 1999 he participated in the IMST festival in Austria in front of 200,000 people, after Bryan Adams and before the Rolling Stones. In the same year he was invited by Bono of U2 to play at the Net Aid charity concert in New York, which was broadcast around the world. Zucchero also participates in two editions of the Rainforest Fund (1997 and 2019), the charity concert Sting has organized with his wife Trudie Styler to protect rainforests around the world and defend the human rights of the indigenous people who live there.
During his career, he has played in 5 continents, 69 countries and 650 cities touching unique destinations such as Oman, Mauritius, Taiti, New Caledonia, Armenia, New Zealand and many more. In 2004 he performed at the Royal Albert Hall in a memorable event hosting internationally renowned colleagues on stage including Luciano Pavarotti, Eric Clapton, Brian May, Solomon Burke and Dolores O’Riordan. The concert was later released on DVD under the title Live At The Royal Albert Hall. In 2007, it was nominated for a Grammy Award, with Billy Preston and Eric Clapton, for Best R&B Traditional Vocal Collaboration. His December 2012 concert at the Higher Institute of Arts in Havana that drew over 80,000 people was described as the largest ever by a foreign singer in banned Cuba. With over 65,000 people in attendance, in July 2018 he performed at Hyde Park, marking British Summer Time in London, alongside international artists of the caliber of Eric Clapton, Santana, Steve Winwood. During 2020, Zucchero, along with the world’s biggest stars, participated in the global live broadcast “One World: Together at Home” (to support the World Health Organization in the fight against Covid-19), and spoke about a global message on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of World Earth Day By playing “Canta la vita” in front of an abandoned Colosseum, taken from Bono’s “Let Your Love Be Known”, with Zucchero signed and the text with Bono. Once again, he sent a message of hope, touring the world, performing “Amore ora!” Set in a desolate enchanted square in Venice’s Piazza San Marco, it is an adaptation of “No Time For Love Like Now” by Michael Stipe and Aaron Dessner, with text in Italian signed by Zucchero. He also released the emotional single “September” with Sting, a song included on Zucchero’s album “DOC Deluxe” (double disc containing all “DOC” songs and 6 new songs) and on Sting’s single “Duets”. In May 2021 “InacusticoD.OC & More” is released, the first entirely acoustic project in Zucchero’s career. During the summer of 2021 Zucchero realizes a series of acoustic concerts, in Italy and abroad, albeit with reduced capacity due to the restrictions imposed by covid – 19. Released in November 2021, “Discover” is Zucchero’s first cover project which boasts collaborations with Bono, Elisa, Mahmood and the virtual duet with Fabrizio De André. In December “SING 2 – Semper più forte” is released in theaters in which Zucchero tests himself in dubbing by lending his voice to the character Clay Calloway. From April to October 2022, Zucchero returns live with 80 concerts worldwide with his “World Wild Tour”, with which he made a stop in Italy – in the Arena di Verona – with 14 concerts. His music has stretched beyond national borders thanks to numerous collaborations with international artists such as Bryan Adams, Al Green, The Blues Brothers, Solomon Burke, Dolores O’Riordan, Rufus Thomas, Johnny Hallyday, Tony Childs, Sheryl Crow, Tom Jones, Scorpions, Bono, Sting, Jeff Beck, Ray Charles, Billy Preston, Eric Clapton, Joe Cocker, Elvis Costello, Miles Davis, Peter Gabriel, Paul Young, John Lee Hooker, BB King, Mark Knopfler, Brian May, Luciano Pavarotti, Ennio Morricone and Andrea Bocelli, Iggy Pop, Queen, Manà, Alejandro Sanz and many more.
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