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    Yusuf Cat Stevens will perform on Sunday, June 18, 2023, starting with 9.00 pm, at the Cavea amphitheater, in Rome, as part of the Roma Summer Fest 2023.

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    Yusuf Cat Stevens - RomeSteven Demetre Georgiou, known by his stage name Cat Stevens, and later Yusuf, debuted in 1967 with the album Matthew and Son.

    With his fourth and fifth albums, Tea for the Tillerman, released in 1970, and Teaser and the Firecat, released one year later, he became a superstar.

    In 1977, Stevens converted to the Muslim faith, taking the name Yusuf Islam. Following his conversion, he abandoned his musical career for nearly three decades.

    In 2006, he returned to music, releasing his first new studio album in 28 years, titled An Other Cup.

    In 2009, Yusuf Cat Stevens released the album Roadsinger, and in 2014, he released the album Tell ‘Em I’m Gone, and began his first US tour since 1978.

    He released the album The Laughing Apple in 2017, Tea for the Tillerman 2 in 2020, and King of a Land in 2023.

    His most popular songs are Father and Son, Wild World, Moonshadow, Peace Train and Morning Has Broken.

    In 2007, Yusuf Cat Stevens received the Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Song Collection from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors and, in 2014, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.



    Roma Summer Fest is a summer music festival produced by the Musica per Roma Foundation in a unique venue – Auditorium Parco della Musica.

    Many important Italian and international artists performed at the previous editions of the festival, such as Elton John, Sting, Bjork, Leonard Cohen, Paolo Conte, José Carreras, Patti Smith, Arctic Monkeys, Simple Minds, Ringo Starr, Mogwai, Franz Ferdinand, Steven Tyler, Sting and Shaggy.

    Besides Yusuf Cat Stevens, other names confirmed so far for the 2023 edition of the music festival are Sting, OneRepublic, Pet Shop Boys, Mariza and The Lumineers.



    Auditorum Parco della Musica is located in Largo Luciano Berio, in the northwest of Rome.

    Designed by Renzo Piano and completed on December 21, 2002, Auditorum Parco della Musica 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.

    The closest bus stop is De Coubertin/Auditorium, located about 110 meters away, on the bus Lines 53, 168, 910 and 982.

    The closest tram stop is Apollodoro, located about 300 meters away in Piazza Apollodoro, on the tram Line 2.

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