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The Chiari Music Festival, an event that will enrich the summer with two dates full of good music for blues fans and others at theSalesian Institute S. Bernardino di Chiari (BS). Sunday 25 June 2023 will take the stage among others Joanne Shaw Taylorwhile Saturday 1 July will be the turn of Hothouse Flowers e Albert Cummings. The two-day festival will start in the early afternoon, at 15:30and the headliners will be preceded on stage by a long line-up of Italian and international artists. Tickets e subscriptions are available on Ticketone e Ticketmaster.

Joanne Shaw Taylor last June published Blues From The Heart Live, a concert film recorded at the Franklin Theatre in Tennessee, with special guests such as Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Mike Farris e Joe Bonamassa. During the last twenty years, Joanne has demonstrated her great talent as a singer-songwriter by releasing seven highly acclaimed albums, including Reckless Heart of 2019 that has made her one of the best known artists in modern British blues rock.

Saturday 1 July will be the turn of the Hothouse Flowersone of the most famous Irish rock bands combining traditional Irish music with soul, gospel and rock. The band made its debut on the streets of Dublin in 1985 and soon gained attention from Bonowhich releases the first single Love Don't Work This Way on the label of the U2 Mother Records. The band's popularity continues to grow, and the debut album People of 1988 is the most successful album in Ireland's history.

During the same day, the following will perform Albert Cummings, an acclaimed blues musician who has had the privilege of appearing on stage alongside such sacred musts as B.B. King, Johnny Winter e Buddy Guy. His latest work is 10, published on the label Provogue Records in 2022 and produced by the holder of Grammy Awards Chuck Ainlay.


Date & Time:
25/06/2023 - 3:30 pm - 11:59 pm


Standing room only
€ 50,00 + prev.
2-Day Subscription
€ 80.00 + prev.


Chiari Music Festival

Via Palazzolo, 1
Chiari, 25032 Italy

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