Tags: Events, events in italy, Italy, summer
Summer is coming…so “RomaEstate” comes back from the 5th of June to the 10th of August in the Foro Italico gardens, as well as last year with a calendar full of events. Starting with Max Giusti, back to cabaret with the 4th of July show and repeating it on the 26th of July (an exclusive show for RomaEstate), continuing with the concert of the legendary rock band Jethro Tull and concluding with the Tommy Emmanuel show, one of the most important guitar player now, famous for the collaborations with George Harrison, Mark Knopfler and Eric Clapton.
But the program of “RomaEstate 2008″ foresees other entertainments:
The “Texas hold’em“, the texan poker that obtained a great success in the last edition and to which this year are dedicated 600 square metres with 20 card tables. In this edition new special events like an “only for women” tournament and a charity one will take place.
We will be able to taste a lot of typical meals of Lazio’s cuisine, thanks to the ARSIAL (Regional Agency for the Development and the Innovation of the Agriculture of Lazio) that will have a restaurant specialized in regional cooking; and the Palatium wine bar where it will be possible to appreciate the best Roman wines.
Additionally there will be various stands, crafts, pubs, pizza restaurants, a mexican restaurant and other entertainments. But also children can enjoy themselves at “RomaEstate 2008″ with a dedicated area organized by the department of Agriculture of Lazio called “FRAGOLosamente MELA rido”, where the little guests can take part in a simulation of creating a virtual factory in the city.
And in the end the disco fans have the oppurtunity to enjoy the event with two different and totally free discoteques.
From Sunday until Thursday the access at RomaEstate 2008 will be totally free, but Friday and Saturday the entrance will costs 6 Euro. The tickets price for the concerts vary.
For more information have a look at the official web site: www.romaestate.net
The concerts calendar at: www.romaestate.net/ilprogramma.html