Tener-a-mente festival 2018
A wonderful location: the Vittoriale Amphitheater for Tener-a-mente festival 2018
Great artists, constantly growing public, high visibility on the media and online. The Festival “Tener-a-mente” takes place in the Vittoriale amphitheater, in a context rich in history, and in its wonderful park, elected in 2012 “the most beautiful park in Italy“. A place suspended between art, culture, nature and beauty. Tener-a-mente festival 2018!
The artists who perform at Tener-a-mente 2018
Click on the name of the artist, book and buy the return trip by bus with Arriva group
Below all the artists and concerts timetable. Clicking on the single artist you can buy the trip by bus Brescia-Vittoriale Amphitheater
On the official website you will find entry tickets to the concerts available online at www.anfiteatrodelvittoriale.it/acquistare-biglietti
The history of the festival
In the first seven editions we hosted the most prestigious and interesting names in international music and entertainment: Lou Reed, Ben Harper, Burt Bacharach, Keith Jarret, James Taylor, Joan Beaz, Damon Albarn, Paolo Conte, The National, David Byrne, Giorgio Albertazzi, Eleonora Abbagnato, David Larible, Patti Smith, Pat Metheny, Filippo Timi, Franco Battiato, Momix, New York City Ballet, Martha Graham Dance Company, Ludovico Einaudi, Stefano Bollani, Paul Weller, Steven Wilson, Arto Lindsay …
In 2015 Mario Biondi, one of the most beloved Italian artist in the world, turns to the Vittoriale the video of “Love is a temple“, the first single from the album “Beyond“, a golden album in a few weeks. His concert at the Festival on July 12 is recorded live on radio and video on RTL. In 2016 it is the turn of Enrico Ruggeri, who at the Vittoriale sets the video for “Il volo su Vienna“, inspired by D’Annunzio work.
With 26,000 visitors, in 2017 the presences increased by 60% compared to 2016, more than doubled compared to 2010 and triplicated compared to 2009. We have an average theater coverage ratio of 100%. 80% of tickets are sold online and are purchased from all regions of Italy and from all over the world: tickets have been sold in 53 countries since 2011, including Germany, Austria, United Kingdom, USA, France, Belgium, Russia, Switzerland, Estonia, Thailand, Australia, Argentina, Finland …
Valued by GQ Italy as one of the 5 most mature festivals in our country, together with historical reviews such as Umbria Jazz and the Festival dei Due Mondi of Spoleto, for each edition of Tener-a-mente there are over 600 press clippings on national newspapers of great diffusion, television, radio, paper and online.
This review-in-review takes place in a different place from the stage of the amphitheater, in the charming Laghetto delle Danze. Designed by d’Annunzio with the shape of a violin, as a tribute to Gasparo da Salò, to host choreography shows , and returned to the public in 2013, after an important hydrogeological rehabilitation intervention, is today the wildest area of the Vittoriale Park, with its dense vegetation, the palm trees that peep out among the cypresses, the Acqua Pazza streams and dell’Acqua Savia that flow here in a sonorous waterfall, the stage-platform that enters the water, dominated by the bow of the Puglia Ship, and the audience sitting all around.