The extraordinary musical journey of Pooh continues the iconic band of Italian music announces new dates of the "Amici x Sempre" tour The only unmissable date in Friuli Venezia Giulia will be Sunday, September 24, at Villa Manin in Codroipo. On stage Roby Facchinetti, Dodi Battaglia, Red Canzian and Riccardo Fogli will retrace 50 years of greatest hits
Pooh, the iconic group in the history of Italian music, capable of selling over 100 million records worldwide, an absolute record for a national band, today announced new dates for their ‘Pooh – Amici x Sempre’ tour. Less than a month after the two unmissable events in the San Siro stadium in Milan (sold out) and the Olimpico stadium in Rome, the new live project of the band that has made entire generations dream is now enriched with further dates. Pooh’s journey will also see a unique unmissable date in Friuli Venezia Giulia, scheduled for Sunday 24 September at Villa Manin di Codroipo (starting at 9pm). RTL 102.5 is the radio partner of the tour.
Tickets for the concert, organised by Zenit srl and Ente Regionale per il Patrimonio Culturale del FVG, in collaboration with Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia, PromoTurismo FVG and Città di Codroipo, will be on sale from 12.30 on Thursday 15 June. Info and authorised points on www.azalea.it
“This unforgettable concert in the evocative setting of Villa Manin, one of the most prestigious historical venues in our region, will be a unique event for all fans of the band and for those who wish to immerse themselves in the memorable atmosphere of Pooh’s songs. It will be an opportunity to relive the timeless hits that have marked the history of Italian music,’ commented Vice President and Regional Councillor for Culture and Sport Mario Anzil.
On the stage of the forthcoming concerts, Roby Facchinetti, Dodi Battaglia, Red Canzian and Riccardo Fogli will retrace over 50 years of extraordinary music through hits that have made history, including ‘Amicixsempre’, a historic song from 1996, reissued in a new version to celebrate this return together.
The brainchild of Valerio Negrini, in over 50 years of their career Pooh have sold more than 100 million records, won an inordinate list of awards and acknowledgements, and have proven themselves to be true ‘pioneers’ for the revolutions introduced in their live shows, the themes addressed in their songs, the use of modern technology and multimedia, and much more. The band has signed timeless hits such as ‘Uomini soli’ – with which they triumphed at the 1990 Sanremo Festival -, ‘Dammi solo un minuto’, ‘Chi fermerà la musica’, ‘Piccola Katy’, among others, songs that have become the soundtrack of the lives of several generations of fans.