Following the music in Rome

Do you love music and you can’t live without it, even if you are on holiday?

No problem. Rome is full of places where you can enjoy live concerts, musicals and music shows…You’ll be only requested to choose what you prefer!

The Auditorium Parco della Musica is the most famous in town: it is a multi-functional complex dedicated to music. You can always find exhibitions, concerts, festivals, ballet and different events. You’ll also have the opportunity to visit its museums dedicated to musical instruments and archeological remains, discovered during the preliminary excavation stages of the area reserved for the new Auditorium.

Auditorium fede_marchetti__

Auditorium Parco della Musica (Photo credit: fede_marchetti__-Instagram)

Summer is the best season to listen to music in the Eternal City: a lot of concerts are held in places surrounded by stunning backdrops.

Villa Ada is a beautiful park which every year hosts live performances: but it is not the only one. The Terme di Caracalla, the well-known archeological site, becomes an open air theatre live shows and operas. Music and Rome’s history under the moonlight: a dream that comes true.

Terme di Caracalla (Photo credit: Roberta Bernabei-Instagram)

Terme di Caracalla (Photo credit: Roberta Bernabei-Instagram)

 Rock in Roma is one of the major rock music festival not to be missed: many concerts of Italian and International artists and a location – inside the Hippodrome- where you can also spend some nice time before or after the shows.

The Olympic Stadium and Foro Italico hold major international sporting events but even live concerts. During the year it is common to go to the Palalottomatica to see indoor concerts of different kind (from Italian singers and bands to International performances).

Foro Italico (Photo credit: ludovicacimmino-Instagram)

Foro Italico (Photo credit: ludovicacimmino-Instagram)

It is easy to nourish your soul in Rome: don’t you think?

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