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Måneskin anuncia os primeiros shows em grandes estádios

In the Italian TV show ‘Che Tempo Che Fa’ the band announcement the great news!

Måneskin during the concert at Circo Massimo, with an estimated audience of 70,000 people.

The band, which hadn’t been part of the show since the Eurovision Song Contest, In May 2021, talked about their last year achievements and later tour dates - all sold out, according to the host.

At the end of the interview, the first two solo concerts of Måneskin were announced, one in Stadio Olimpico of Rome and the second one in San Siro in Milan, both in July, 2023.

Concert history

The first concert, released in 2022, at the city of Sabbiadoro, took place in the Stadio Comunale G. Teghil. According to the local administration, Måneskin broke the record of 27.500 people who joined an event at this place.

Despite their 70,000 people record at Circo Massimo, in July, 2022, this place is not a stadium indeed, even though it is part of every Italian tour called ‘stadium tours'. That is because Circo Massimo has one of the largest open-air public capacities in Rome, hosting dozens of shows a year.

In 2021, Måneskin opened the Rolling Stones concert at Allegiant Stadium, in Los Angeles (USA), which holds the capacity of 65,000 people.

Måneskin, respectivamente: Circo Massimo, Stadio Teghil e Allegiant Stadium.

The concert at Stadio Olimpico in Rome (70.000 people) and at the Stadio San Siro (80.000 people) will be the first big stadiums for the band's performance. They will soon release more information about the shows. Tickets are on sale already!

For 2023, the band has 2 arenas sold out at the city of Rome and 4 in Millan. What a demand!

Along with the announcement of the “Måneskin Stadi 2023” tour, for the TV show "Che Tempo Che Fa", the band beautifully performed their new single 'THE LONELIEST' with candle lights.


Words: Juliana Galvão

Translator: Maria Luisa Manrique

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