This international festival of culture, sports and music from Australia will be held in Forlimpopoli (FC) and in Milano Marittima (RA), with both locations hosting a wave of aboriginal music, dancing and culture, exhibitions, films, workshops and competitions but also food stands and fun happy hours. July 10-12.
The summer in Emilia Romagna once again this year will move along to the notes of music with great concerts, festivals, international shows and big stars, in castles and evocative locations, in courtyards and churches, and in town squares up to the Romagna coast.
It will be a week full of magic wand waving in Rimini, for the occasion of the World Championship of Magic. The schedule of events includes 12 shows, 64 seminars and lectures, 7 magic after-nights, street magic and flash mob magic. There will be hundreds of the big names in magic present at this event. July 6-11.
On schedule in Santarcangelo di Romagna (Rn) is the 45th edition of this historic experimental festival that has always brought theatre to the streets. International and national artists will participate in a program of shows, concerts, meetings, workshops and performances. July 10-19.
What not to miss
The fortress of Castrocaro Terme (Fc) will host “From the Middle Ages to the Renaissance”, July 10-11, 17-18; Castel del Rio (Bo) will be enlivened by the “Renaissance Festivities”, July 11-12; in Bondeno (Fe) the big event is the Bundan Celtic Festival, July 17-19, while the “Saracen Festival” will land on the shore in Bellaria on July 25-27.
“Gateway to the Indies” is the theme of the 15th edition of this great Italian festival that brings together musicians and orchestras from all over the world. This festival is characterized by its versatility of places, repertories, and artistic expressions: a lot of music of course, but also dance and theatre shows. July18 – September 16.
Among the exhibitions worth mentioning are that in Gualtieri (Re) of the great anthology of Antonio Ligabue; “Roma 900” in Mamiano di Traversetolo (Pr); the retrospective "Escher" in Bologna and "La rosa di fuoco - the Barcelona of Picasso and Gaudì" in Ferrara.
What's going on now
Markets filled with delicacies and traditional crafts held in the historic downtowns offer a great opportunity to dig through the stands and find unusual gifts with which to fill your pockets.
What to do
Fun, amazing and educational, the Riviera Great Parks welcome you with new and incredible adventures to be had together with friends and family.
In the greenest region in Italy, you can enjoy the natural beauties and breathtaking views offered by 2 national parks, the Appennino Tosco Emiliano Park and the Foreste Casentinesi Park, Monte Falterona and Campigna, 1 inter-regional park and 14 regional parks.