Blues legend JOHN MAYALL bids farewell to fans with a farewell tour. Five stops in Italy!

The Godfather of British Blues, John Mayallat the age of 88 announces one last triumphant farewell tour in 2022 to meet the fans one more time before his well-deserved retirement. His tour will stop in Italy in five occasionsliterally unmissable:

Saturday 2 April - Trento, Auditorium Santa Chiara

Sunday 3 April - Trezzo sull'Adda (MI), Live Club

Monday 4 April - Bologna, Teatro Celebrazioni

Tuesday 5 April - Rome, Auditorium Parco della Musica / Sala Sinopoli

Thursday 7 April - Padua, Gran Teatro Geox


I tickets will be available from 10 a.m. on Monday 5 July on various sales circuits: Ticketone (all dates), Ticketmaster (Padua), Mailticket (Trezzo sull'Adda), Vivaticket (Bologna), Fastickets (Padua).

With over sixty years of career, John Mayall is truly one of the pillars of British blues music. Singer-songwriter, pianist, harmonica player and guitarist, in the 1960s he founded the band John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers which becomes a real hotbed of talent as Eric Clapton, Peter Green, Jack Bruce, Mick Taylor, Walter Trout, Coco Montoya e Buddy Whittington.

In 1969, he was attracted to the climate and culture of the West Coast, Mayall decided to move to Los Angeles for good and started forming bands with American musicians. Over the next three decades, Mayall acquires further prestige thanks to its numerous innovations in the fields of jazz, rock and blues together with prominent artists such as Blue Mitchell, Red Holloway, Larry Taylor e Harvey Mandel. The popularity of Mayall continues to grow with a series of albums including the Grammy Awards Wake Up Call with important features such as Buddy Guy, Mavis Staples, Albert Collins e Mick Taylor.

In 2008 Mayall decides to definitively shelve the Bluesbreakers and begins a new journey with a new band consisting of Rocky Athas on guitar, Jay Davenport to the battery and Greg Rzab on bass. In 2019 he welcomes in the line-up Carolyn Wonderlandthe first woman to play lead guitar in the bands of Mayallwho has now decided to devote herself to other projects and has been replaced by Melvin Taylor, who began his career performing on Chicago's famous Maxwell Street in the 1970s and will also appear on the new album by Mayallscheduled for release in 2022.

This time it has to be said: don't miss thelast chance to hear one of the sacred monsters of world blues music live.




Legend of the Blues

2022 Farewell Tour


Saturday 2 April 2022

Trento, Auditorium Santa Chiara - via Santa Croce, 67

Tickets available on Ticketone

Central stalls: € 50.00 + prev.

Gallery: € 40,00 + prev.


Sunday 3 April 2022

Trezzo sull'Adda (MI), Live Club - via Giuseppe Mazzini, 58

Tickets available on Ticketone and Mailticket

First Island: € 50.00 + prev.

Second Island and Central Balcony: € 40.00 + prev.

Standing Parterre: € 30.00 + prev. / € 35.00 at the box office on the evening of the concert


Monday 4 April 2022

Bologna, Teatro Celebrazioni - via Saragozza, 234

Tickets available on Ticketone and Vivaticket

1st Plateau: € 45.00 + prev.

2nd Plateau: € 40.00 + prev.

Balcony: € 35.00 + prev.


Tuesday 5 April 2022

Rome, Auditorium Parco della Musica / Sala Sinopoli - via Pietro de Coubertin, 30

Tickets available on Ticketone

Stalls: € 45,00 + prev.

Gallery: € 35.00 + prev.


Thursday 7 April 2022

Padua, Gran Teatro Geox - via Giuseppe Tassinari, 1

Tickets available on Ticketmaster, Ticketone and Fastickets

Numbered Stalls: € 42.60 + prev.

1st level seats: € 33.90 + prev.

Armchair 2nd Level: € 25.00 + prev.