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    Roma Summer Fest 2022 will take place during the months of June, July, August and September, 2022, in Rome. All the concerts will be held in the beautiful Cavea amphitheater, the main venue of the Auditorium Parco della Musica.

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    Roma Summer Fest 2022 partially overlaps with Rock in Roma Festival 2022, in the sense that a series of concerts are common to both festivals (Brunori Sas, Skunk Anansie, Deep Purple).



    Roma Summer Fest is a summer music festival produced by the Musica per Roma Foundation in a unique venue – the Auditorium Parco della Musica, designed by the great architect Renzo Piano.

    Among the artists who performed at the previous editions of the festival, we can mention Elton John, Sting, Bjork, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Paolo Conte, José Carreras, Patti Smith, Arctic Monkeys, Simple Minds, Ringo Starr, Mogwai, Franz Ferdinand, Steven Tyler, Sting and Shaggy.

    Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 edition of the Roma Summer Fest was postponed to 2021, and then rescheduled to 2022.



    So far, the artists announced for the 2022 edition of the Roma Summer Fest are:

    • June 10: Moderat
    • June 12: Paolo Conte
    • June 13: Paolo Conte
    • June 14: Massimo Ranieri
    • June 16: Lorde
    • June 17: Alt-J
    • June 18: Rocco Hunt
    • June 20: Cat Power
    • June 21: Massive Attack
    • June 25: Chet Faker
    • June 27: Pixies
    • June 28: Snarky Puppy
    • June 29: Skunk Anansie
    • June 30: Brunori Sas
    • July 2: Deep Purple
    • July 3: Kasabian
    • July 4: Rufus Wainwright
    • July 5: Omara Portuondo
    • July 7: Mahmood
    • July 8: Fiorella Mannoia
    • July 10: Gregory Porter
    • July 11: Yann Tiersen
    • July 12: Bandabardo & Cisco
    • July 13: Herbie Hancock
    • July 16: Michael Kiwanuka
    • July 17: Simple Minds
    • July 18: The Smile
    • July 19: Paolo Nutini
    • July 22: LP
    • July 27: Patti Smith Quartet
    • July 28: Carmen Consoli
    • July 30: Steve Hackett
    • July 31: Riccardo Cocciante
    • August 1: Ballo!
    • August 2: Ara Malikian
    • August 4: Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals
    • August 30: Louis Tomlinson
    • September 8: Aurora
    • September 11: Massimo Ranieri, Paul Weller



    Auditorium Parco della Musica, designed by Renzo Piano and completed on December 21, 2002, represents a complex of halls dedicated to music, in particular, and to art, in general. The Cavea is an open-air amphitheater in the heart of the Auditorium, which can accommodate up to 3,000 spectators.

    Auditorum Parco della Musica is located in Largo Luciano Berio, in the northwest of Rome. The closest bus stop is De Coubertin/Auditorium, located about 110 meters away, on the bus Lines 53, 168, 910 and 982.

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