If you’re a festivals fan, you’ve probably noticed that summer festivals in Italy have started to take off! Whether you’re into electro, pop, indie, jazz or classical music, we’ve got you covered with a great selection of Italy’s best summer festivals.
Red and pink graphics on billboards and buses around Rome invite the public to Sangue E Arena – a thirty-minute, after-dark multi-media show that encapsulates Emperor Titus’ 100-day pageant, with naval battles, bloody corpses, imported mammals from Africa, and sea nymphs.
Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia is one of the oldest musical institutions worldwide. Don’t miss out on breathtaking classical music concerts and orchestra performances conducted by Music Director Sir Antonio Pappano.
There are certain events during the calendar year in Rome when the expat community expects to see large groups of English-speakers gathered together. And nights hosted by Rome’s Comedy Club are those types of events. If you’re searching for a Comedy act in English, Rome’s Comedy Club is a must.