Festival in Rome

July “sounds” good in Rome

July “sounds” good in Rome

Like every year , July offers an explosion of concerts,  music festivals such as  “Villa Ada meets the world”, “Rock in Roma ”,   the “ Rome Summer Fest”  , the  “Summer season of the Baths of Caracalla

The musical genres involved goes from rock to jazz, from pop to indie.
Friday 12 July, at the Olympic Stadium in Rome, will the perform the italian top singer, Ligabue. This will be the first concert of the tour that promotes the last album of the artist Start, released on Friday 8 March.
Saturday, July 20, the Muse are in concert at the Olympic Stadium in Rome. The Muse, award-winning at the Grammy Awards, icons of multi-platinum rock, will arrive in Rome in concert after presenting their new album, Simulation Theory.
For the summer season of the Baths of Caracalla,  from Tuesday 9th to Thursday 11th July, there is Roberto Bolle with his show Roberto Bubbles and friends 2019.

Mark Knopfler will be in concert at the Baths of Caracalla, Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 July,


On Sunday 21 July, at 9pm, on the occasion of the Roma Summer Fest 2019, Thom Yorke will be at the Auditorium Parco della Musica, For the first time in concert at the Auditorium Parco della Musica, the Radiohead frontman will perform songs from his solo works “The Eraser”,
The stage of the Auditorium Parco della Musica will also host   Skunk Anansie concert on Monday 8 July, again on the occasion of the Roma Summer Fest 2019. With this concert, the historic band led by Skin will give a taste of the celebrations for their 25 upcoming years
Tuesday 9 July, at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome, there are “Tears for Fears” in concert with “Rule the world” tour, which marked their return to the music scene after 13 years.

And these are just some of the concerts going on in Rome in July: for the complete overview of the concerts of the month, you can take a look at this website: https://www.mentelocale.it/roma/eventi/concerti/


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Rome Fringe Festival – since 2011 a most awaited event every Summer – is just around the corner. From May 29 to July 5 the gardens of Castel Sant’Angelo will be livened up more than ever by this festival entirely dedicated to independent theatre & performative arts.
Every day from 9am to 2 in the night the whole area will be popping with an explosion of non-stop shows, art exhbits, day & night markets, refreshment areas, wine & food tasting, workshops and kids activities. All is free but the shows, which €5 ticket will be paid directly to the given performing company. A considerable variety of performances are scheduled indeed, involving involving song theatre, comedy, drama, social theatre, dance, stand up, street art, clowning, puppet, poetry, literature.
The festival definitely has an international appeal: a number of foreign artists play their role in it.
The daily programme will follow this sketch:

  • from 9am to 4.30pm: market, summer camp for children by Arteficine, free events and gastronomy
  • from 6pm to 8.30pm: aperitif, concerts, food tasting and market
  • from 8.30pm onwards nine shows of any sort descrive above

From Yes Hotel, to go and enjoy the breeze nearby the Tiber river, at Castel Sant’Angelo gardens, you just need to catch bus #40 express or metro line A and get off at Lepanto!



Those who love cinema and those who are fond of Ireland have a meeting point… in Rome. Since 2007 indeed it is held in the Eternal City a movie festival dedicated exclusively to Irish film productions: the IrishFilmFesta.
As we can read from the official manifesto of the event “Irish cinema only gained productive continuity starting from the eighties, and this is why it is still scarcely known. It hardly crosses Irish borders, and even when it does, it is often considered English or American. So far, the only film makers which managed to gain international popularity are Neil Jordan and Jim Sheridan. But Irish cinema generated many more talents, and in the last years is being characterized by a remarkable artistic variety, which needs to be exported”.
2015 edition will be taking place from March 26 to 29 at Casa del Cinema di Roma, from 5pm (3.30pm on the weekend). Entry is free, but there’s the chance to support IrishFilmFesta with a minimum donation of € 50, which guarantees a seat reserved for the whole duration of the event. The programme includes presentations and meetings with Irish guests (directors, actors, screenwriters and producers) as well as debates and special events. New films and old unedited classics will be shown. Screenings are in original version with subtitles.
Casa del Cinema is in via Marcello Mastroianni 1, inside Villa Borghese: ask our staff at Yes Hotel for more info and directions!



For one week Rome will be offering the chance to go far beyond the real world and enter the realm of magic and illusion… a realm where the place of the physics rules is taken by the invisible power of marvel.
This will be happening in one of the greatest Roman theatres, Teatro Olimpico, on occasion of the Festival of Magic, from January 29 to February 8. The most skillful magicians, illusionists, conjurers and manipulators from Europe, Asia and America will be gathering in the Eternal City to give life every night to a world where everyone will feel comfortable regardless of age and native country.
Quite interestingly, the artists performing at “Supermagic” will personally look after the several backstage steps, to make sure of the secrecy of their tricks.
To get more info on this intriguing event such as tickets & time, just ask our staff at Yes Hotel!