Eleven tracks (including intro) and ten songs make up 'NOME E COGNOME', LUCIANO LIGABUE's new album to be released on 16 September by Warner Music Italy. This is the tracklist of the album (on which artistic producers Fabrizio Barbacci and Luca Pernici worked, with Ligabue's supervision, and sound engineer Fabrizio Simoncioni): "INTRO", "DAY OF DAYS", "HAPPY HOUR", "LOVE MATTERS", "WHAT DO YOU WANT IT TO BE", "WOMEN KNOW", "LETTER TO G", "LIVING BY EAR", "DAY BY DAY", "IT'S STRONGER THAN ME", "I'M HERE FOR LOVE".

Preceded by the first single 'IL GIORNO DEI GIORNI', on all radio stations from 2 September, 'NOME E COGNOME' marks the Emilian rocker's return to the recording scene, with an album of unreleased tracks, three and a half years after the release of 'Fuori come va?

Between the radio broadcast of the single (along with the television broadcast of its video) and the release of the album, Ligabue will hold his only big concert in 2005. The date is Saturday 10 September at Campovolo in Reggio Emilia (the airport, the same place where U2 played years ago, is located 3 km from the centre of Reggio Emilia, connected by a bus line, 2 km from the railway station and 500 metres from the ring road junction with the A1 Autosole and the A22 Autobrennero). The day's programme (doors open at 12.00) includes over 9 hours of music! It starts at 2.00 p.m., with DJ sets and supporting artists (the list will be announced in a week's time), waiting for the long-awaited moment at 9.00 p.m.

The last available tickets are on sale at, at the usual presale outlets and in the more than 500 points of sale of the Green Ticket, Amit, Unicredit and Box Office circuits; at the price of 30 euros + prev. dir.: all information can be found at

Organised by Barley Arts and Friends&Partners, in agreement with Riservarossa, Ligabue's concert at Campovolo promises to be a real event in terms of organisation and musical production. The show, in fact, has been conceived and designed for a single performance with a stage structure never before used by any artist in the world.
Starting with the stages, where Ligabue will retrace the 15 successful years of his musical career, there will be 4 stages (connected by 95-metre-long catwalks) and they will enclose the area (150,000 square metres) where the audience will gather. On the Main Stage (80 metres long) Ligabue will play with his current band (La Banda), on the Vintage Stage (60 metres long) he will play with his first band (I Clandestino), on the Theatre Stage (14 metres long) he will play in the "Giro d'Italia" version (as in the successful theatre tour of the same name), accompanied by Mauro Pagani, and on the Solo Stage (14 metres long) Ligabue will perform voice and guitar. For a total sound and visual envelopment of the audience, in addition to the positioning of the 4 stages, 8/10 large screens will be placed in the concert area and the sound system will cover the entire area. Other numbers: 7 delay towers, more than 1,000 lighting fixtures and more than 300 audio speakers, more than 7,000 kw needed to power the lighting system and more than 500 kw needed to power the sound system. The impressiveness of the event requires the employment of more than 1500 people including technicians (audio, lighting, video, stage, electricians), set designers, security, medical service, catering and various personnel (stage assembly/disassembly, technical assistance, logistical production) and others.