Concerts at the Verona Arena in 2019
Another summer packed with music and fun is waiting for you at the Verona Arena!
From 01 May 2019 to 22 September 2019
In addition to the traditional and much-awaited Verona lyrical festival, the 2019 program of summer concerts at the Arena di Verona includes a long series of events not to be missed!
The concerts at the Arena in Verona have always been very popular: every year Italian and international stars perform during electrifying gigs where music and stage settings blend perfectly with the unique scenery of the famous Roman amphitheater.
Fans describe it as a magical and spectacular venue whilst singing on the stage of the Arena in Verona often stirs strong emotions in the artists... Concerts at the Arena di Verona take on a very special atmosphere, where the excitement of fans and artists becomes one.
Jovanotti, Deep Purple, Lenny Kravitz, Adele, Laura Pausini, Zucchero, Elisa, Celentano, Duran Duran and Paul McCartney … these are just some of the big names that in recent years have performed at the Verona Arena, with concerts that sold out months before their dates.
And with a packed list of unmissable live gigs, the 2019 summer concerts at the Arena di Verona are sure not to disappoint expectations! Seen that the demand is always high, we recommend you buy your tickets well in advance and, if you decide to combine the pop concerts at the Verona Arena with the chance to spend a few days in the magical city of Romeo and Juliet, on our portal you will find many ideas to enhance your stay with guided tours and fun activities!
From May to September, get ready for a long series of Verona Arena rock concerts in 2019!
Concerts at the Arena di Verona in summer 2019
- TheGiornalisti – 1 May
A band born almost by chance, in one of Rome’s bars: after the surprising success of their 'LOVE Tour 2018', which sold out in a short time with over 15,000 performances, TheGiornalisti’s fame keeps growing. This year the band, led by Tommaso Paradiso, will be on the stage of the Arena di Verona for a unique and not-to-be-missed event!
- Ennio Morricone -18 and 19 May
In 2019 the great soundtrack composer celebrates 60 years of music with a final series of concerts! This great living legend, who has just turned ninety, will bring to the Arena di Verona, in the summer 2019, his greatest masterpieces in two highly anticipated events!
- Marco Mengoni -25 and 26 May
His latest single 'Hola', with the collaboration of Tom Wolker, has shot to the top of both radio and digital charts, and reached the top five spots of the FIMI chart as well as the top spot on iTunes and the top five on Apple Music ... Given the great demand for tickets, the award-winning Italian singer Marco Mengoni will perform at the ancient Roman amphitheater on two highly anticipated events!
- Francesco Renga – 27 May
Four years have passed since Francesco Renga’s first concert at the Arena di Verona: after a career spanning 35 years, with 20 years as a solo artist and 7 albums with great hits, the celebrated Italian singer-songwriter returns to captivate the audience in a single, but unmissable, date ... come and see Francesco Renga at the Arena on 27 May!
- Elton John – 29 and 30 May
Elton John in Verona, Italy, will stage two unique concerts as part of his 'Farewell Yellow Brick Road' tour. Announced at Gotham Hall in New York last January, the 'Farewell Yellow Brick Road' tour has already 76 sold out dates.
- King Crimson – 8 July
An exciting three-hour show will be staged by 'King Crimson' at the Verona Arena as part of their long world tour to celebrate their fiftieth anniversary. Besides their best-known hits, there will also be tracks from the seminal album 'In The Court Of The Crimson King'!
- Mark Knopfler – 22 July
Mark Knopfler, one of the greatest guitarists of all time, has sold more than 120 million albums and many of his songs are amongst the most iconic of all time, from 'Money For Nothing' to 'Sultans of Swing', 'Romeo & Juliet' to 'Walk Of Life'. This year Mark, together with his band, will be performing around Europe with 'Down The Road Wherever', a tour that will start from Barcelona and finish in Italy with the concerts in the Arena of Verona, Italy.
- Eros Ramazzotti – 11, 12 and 14 September
On the 11, 12 and 14 September, the line-up of concerts at Verona Arena in 2019 will feature the Italian pop artist who, with his music and songs, has won over fans from around the world: his 'Vita ce n’è’ world tour will bring to the stage the best hits from his career!
- Francesco de Gregori– 2 September
During the summer, Francesco de Gregori will tour Italy accompanied by a great orchestra for a tour whose declared intent is to present, for the first time in a symphonic context, his greatest hits. The orchestra’s central body, made up of forty elements, will feature the quartet Gnu Quartet as well as the band that has been with De Gregori for a long time.
- Nek – 22 September
Filippo Neviani, aka Nek, will hit the stage of the Arena di Verona events on September 22nd, two years after the concert event that in 2017 sold out with a record twelve thousand tickets! A magical, unmissable evening, in which the spectators of the Arena will gather around Nek to be carried away by his music, his greatest hits and the incredible charisma that he always radiates when on stage.
Do not miss the summer concerts at the Arena di Verona! Live concerts, music, fun and excitement in Italy’s most spectacular Roman amphitheater!
Period: From 01 May 2019 to 22 September 2019
Event location: Verona Arena
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