While waiting for the Bruce Springsteen And The E Street Band tour, scheduled for 7 June at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, 10 June at the Stadio Franchi in Florence and 11 June at the Stadio Nereo Rocco in Trieste, the cities of Florence and Trieste are already preparing to welcome spectators from all over Europe with special events and initiatives, interesting from both a logistical and cultural point of view.
FlorenceIn particular, it has already put in place the resources to accommodate the many visitors during the June weekend that will see Springsteen fans in the city, devising a varied plan that includes extraordinary day and night trains and buses, widespread communication through the distribution of detailed brochures on what opportunities to take and the logistics of getting around the city, and extraordinary openings of museums and places of cultural interest. Below are the initiatives drawn up by Mayor Matteo Renzi and the Florentine municipality, which directly address the users concerned:
- Come by train to Florence, at a time that suits you, bearing in mind that the concert starts at 8 p.m. and we take you home at the end of the show thanks to 6 special trains.
- If you arrive by car, leave it in one of the Firenze Parcheggi facilities at special rates and you will find bicycles or shuttles to take you to the stadium.
- Do not enter the stadium area except with bicycles or mopeds (an ordinance will be in force with parking bans, as at football matches).
This restriction does not apply to the handicapped, who will instead have to reach the car park reserved for them right next to the Stadio Franchi.
- Eight Frecciarossa and Frecciargento trains from the south and north stop at Campo di Marte every day.
- In addition to the trains, there is a bus network at the exit of the concert, which will cover all routes not served by trains, including the departure of the new tramway connecting Santa Maria Novella Station to Scandicci.
- For all ticket holders, there will be an extraordinary opening of the Museo di Palazzo Vecchio the evening before the concert.
- Presenting the ticket will entitle you to a reduction on the FIRENZE CARD (www.firenzecard.it), a card that provides a series of discounts and facilities for tourists visiting Florence.
- The shrine inside the stadium that commemorates the five 20-year-old Mugello peasants shot by the fascists on 22 March 1944 will be opened.
Without giving definitive details for the time being, The Mayor of Trieste, Roberto Cosolini, also announces that he is working together with the municipal councillorsto put together a plan that would make the city, a destination for music fans, a place to spend the weekend and attend entertainment events as a corollary to the one featuring Bruce Springsteen And The E Street Band at the Stadium. There is talk of the possibility of allowing access to the many museums in Friuli's capital city, to local attractions and to parties organised for the Springsteen event for those in possession of a ticket for the concert. It is already certain that, in addition to the cultural initiatives, a logistical plan will be put in place to alleviate the pressure of transport, parking and parking during the concert, by providing spectators with an ad hoc shuttle service, which will connect the city's main car parks to the Nereo Rocco stadium.
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN AND THE E STREET BAND:
THURSDAY 7 JUNE - MILAN, SAN SIRO STADIUM
Red numbered 1st ring: € 90
II° red numbered ring: € 75
1st ring Blue and Green num: € 60
II Blue and Green num € 50
Prato single seat € 45
3rd ring non num € 35
all prices + prev
SUNDAY 10 JUNE - FLORENCE, STADIUM FRANCHI
Covered grandstand num € 90
Covered grandstand num side and grandstand parterre € 75
Prato single seat € 50 Gradinata Maratona non num € 60
Curva Fiesole non num € 35
all prices + presale
MONDAY 11 JUNE - TRIESTE, NEREO ROCCO STADIUM
Pasinati / Colaussi central numbered grandstand € 90
Pasinati / Colaussi side numbered grandstand € 75
Prato single seat € 55
Curva Furlan single seat € 50
all prices + presale