Concert May 1st 2019 Rome
Concert May 1st 2019 Rome curiosity
Few people know that the “Concertone” on the occasion of Labor Day has taken place since 1990 in Piazza San Giovanni in Laterano in Rome. The Concert May 1st 2019 Rome is the largest free concert in Europe and is promoted by Cgil, Cisl, Uil and organized by iCompany.
A real musical marathon in which numerous Italian and international groups and artists follow one another for a total of about 2/3 songs each. The line up for the Concert May 1st 2019 Rome is not yet public. Stay up to date on our blog to find out who will perform on the concert stage 2019. Participating in the concert are also some emerging bands, winners of 1m next, the May 1st 2019 Concert contest which selects three emerging artists to be shown live on TV during the May Day Concert in Rome 2019. Winners of the previous four editions of the contest were La Rua (2015), Surveyor Mangoni (2016), Incomprehensible FC (2017) and The Municipal (2018).
Security Concert May 1st 2019 Rome
The Concert May 1st 2019 Rome, in line with the current rules on terrorism, will be an armored concert. The area of the concert, which for years has been open to the public without any barriers, since 2017 has been delimited with a real red area which can be accessed after a security check with the metal detector at the gates.
The rules are those that apply to participation in any concert or public event. Below you will find things to know to participate in the May Day Concert:
- Do not carry helmets or other objects related to driving and maintaining bicycles and scooters.
- Do not carry bottles of alcohol, water or water bottles because they will be seized
- Do not take glass containers or cans with you
- Inside the red area you can buy drinks and food from street vendors
Other information Concert May 1st 2019 Rome
The concert is usually broadcast live on Rai 3. Also this year, through an iPhone and Android app, viewers will be able to shoot a 15-second video that tells the concert experience and will be reassembled into a feature film entitled ' One million eyes, baby ‘.