Turin Traffic Free Festival comes back: Free Music all around youTurin Traffic Free Festival comes back: Free Music all around you

Four days of free events are waiting for you in the city of Turin (Piedmont). Loud music, concerts and rhythm.

Turin Traffic Free Festival 2010, also this year crowds the Gardens of Reggia in Venaria Reale, with many performances and concerts from July 14th to 17th 2010. A completely free festival, promoted by Regione Piemonte, Città di Torino, Provincia di Torino and Fondazione CRT, which this year is at its 7th edition.

TRAFFIC is a very special appointment that interweaves the notes of music with the colors and shades of cinema and visual arts. You can’t miss such an event!

The festival will start on Wednesday 14th July 2010 in Turin, in the charming background of Piazza Castello, which will host a performance by Charlotte Gainsbourg, a special artist on the borderline between music and cinema.

After the inauguration, Traffic will move to its main stage: the Reggia in Venaria, with 3 special evenings with bands coming from all over the world.

On Thursday 15th July, visitors will have the chance to see Paul Weller, leader of the Jam and known also as The Modfather, and the Specials, who represent the British ska music and for their first performance in Italy, and the Statuto.

On Friday 16th July, we find the rock music of the English group The Klaxons and the rhythm of dance music represented by the Placet Turbo and the Canadian dj and producer Tiga, Erol Alkan and Giorgio Gigli.

Finally, on Saturday 17th, the event will end paying homage to Africa, with the presence of the Nigerian Seun Kuti, Fela’s son, pioneer of Afrobeat, the afro dj Baia degli Angeli and Afrika Bambaataa, founding father of hip hop music in New York.

So guys, you can’t miss such a special event in Turin! Free Music and fun for everyone!

For further information about events in Turin, we remind you the online tourist guide to Turin: www.aboutturin.com

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