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An­fiteatro Scavi di Pom­pei. Via Roma, Pom­peii

7 July

For­mer Pink Floyd mem­ber David Gil­mour will be the first mu­si­cian to per­form a rock con­cert in pub­lic in Pom­peii. In 1971, Pink Floyd was the first-ever rock band to play at this his­toric location when it recorded “Pink Floyd: Live at Pom­peii” with­out an au­di­ence. The two per­for­mances are part of the world tour “Rat­tle That Lock”. Forty-five years after the leg­endary Live at Pom­peii, David Gil­mour re­turns to play at one of the most unique and beau­ti­ful des­ti­na­tions in the world. With him, the leg­end of Pink Floyd con­tin­ues to live on in Pom­peii.


An­fiteatro Scavi di Pom­pei. Via Plinio, Pom­pei T: 0818575111

12 July

Eclec­tic Bri­tish mu­si­cian El­ton John is set to hold three per­for­mances in Italy. One of these will be held in Cam­pa­nia in­side an an­cient Ro­man am­phithe­atre of Pom­peii. The mu­si­cian has cho­sen one of Europe’s most fa­mous ar­chae­o­log­i­cal sites as part of a world tour to show­case his new al­bum ‘Won­der­ful Crazy Night’. In ad­di­tion to the lat­ter, the Bri­tish singer will also treat au­di­ences to a reper­toire of his best-loved hits. El­ton John will be ac­com­pa­nied by Nigel Ols­son on drums, mu­si­cal di­rec­tor Davey John­stone on guitar, Matt Bis­sonette on the bass, John Ma­hon on per­cus­sion and Kim Bullard on the key­board.

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