FANTASTIC NEGRITO: new album and three concerts in Italy in 2020!

After last summer's amazing shows, Fantastic Negrito is getting ready to hit the road again with a new tour that will again touch down in our country for three dates to present the upcoming new album: Tuesday 21 July at the GruVillage 105 Music Festival in Grugliasco (TO), Wednesday 22 July at the Teatro Romano in Fiesole (FI) e Friday 24 July at the 29th Pordenone Blues Festival. I tickets will be available on the Ticketone (online and point of sale) from 10 a.m. on Friday 13 December.

Winner of a Grammy Award for his album Please Don't Be Dead (Cooking Vinyl, 2018), Fantastic Negrito is the embodiment of a musician who has returned to the world after going through countless hardships, and in his songs, the storytelling is as important as the sound: songs born out of a long and troubled life conveyed by typical roots music based on slide guitar, drums and piano. Fantastic Negrito is the story of a man who struggled to make it only to lose everything and commit himself to climbing back up from the bottom.

He returned to music in 2014 playing on the streets of Oakland, Fantastic Negrito won the first contest to participate in the well-known format NPR Tiny Desk. In 2016 he released his first full length The Last Days of Oaklandwhich gives him the first Grammy such as Best Contemporary Blues Album in 2017. His third work Have You Lost Your Mind Yet? will be released during the summer of 2020.




Tuesday 21 July 2020

Grugliasco (TO), GruVillage 105 Music Festival - via Crea, 10

Concerts start at 22:00

Standing room only: € 20.00 + prev. / € 25.00 at the box office on the evening of the concert


Wednesday 22 July 2020

Fiesole (FI), Roman Theatre - via Portigiani


1st Sector: € 25,00 + prev.

Sector 2: € 22,00 + prev.


Friday 24 July 2020

Pordenone, 29th Pordenone Blues Festival - Parco di San Valentino

Standing room only: € 28,00 + prev. / € 35,00 at the box office on the evening of the concert


Tickets available at Ticketone (website and sales outlets). Be wary of unofficial sales channels!