It is called 'The day of days' and will be on the radio from next 2 September Ligabue's new single, which will anticipate the release of his still untitled seventh unreleased album, expected on 16 September. Squeezed between the two dates, the 10 September date at Campovolo in Reggio Emilia, Ligabue's only concert of the year. Three and a half years after the release of 'Fuori come và', there is great anticipation for the Emilian rocker's return to the recording scene. For now, all that is known is that Ligabue is currently finishing the album in Correggio (where he lives and has his recording studio), in the province of Reggio Emilia. Apparently, he has not yet decided on either the title to be given to the album or the setlist and number of tracks. Perhaps they will be 10 or 11 songs and the titles of some of them, as well as the first single, are already leaked ('Women Know It', 'I'm Here for Love', 'Happy Hour'.). Meanwhile, preparations are in full swing for the 10 September concert at the Campovolo in Reggio Emilia: over 100,000 tickets have already been sold, but there is still availability. They can be purchased, at the price of €30 plus presale fees, at, at the usual presale outlets and in the over 500 sales outlets of the GreenTicket, Amit, Unicredit and Box Office circuits. Organised by Barley Arts and Friends and Partners, in agreement with Riservarossa, Ligabue's concert at Campovolo promises to be a true event in terms of organisation and musical production. Beginning with the four stages, where the rocker will retrace his 15-year career: on the main stage (80 metres long) he will play with his current band (La Banda); on the Vintage Stage (60 metres long) he will perform with his first band (I Clandestino); on the Theatre Stage (14 metres long) he will show his 'Giro d'Italià' version (as in the theatre tour of the same name), accompanied by Mauro Pagani; finally, on the 'Solò Stage (14 metres long) Ligabue will play voice and guitar. In addition to the four stages, the area will be equipped with a dozen large screens, seven 'delay' towers, more than 1,000 lighting fixtures and more than 300 audio speakers. The grandeur of the event will mobilise more than 1,500 people including technicians (audio, lighting, video, stage, electricians), set designers, security, medical service, catering and various personnel (stage assembly/disassembly, technical assistance, logistical production).