NICCOLÒ FABI: FIESOLE, ROME and LECCE concerts are officially SOLD OUT

The second part of the presentation tour of "A sum of small things! A theatrical performance that is also well suited to the prestigious outdoor locations chosen by NICCOLÒ FABI for the summer tour that is recording, after the sold out of the dates of Mantua e Paduaalso sold out for the stages of Fiesole, Rome e Lecce ... and there are still a few tickets available for the other scheduled dates. The Roman singer-songwriter will bring his greatest hits, from today and the past, to the stage, accompanied by singer-songwriter Alberto Bianco and his band, consisting of multi-instrumentalists Damir Nefat, Filippo Cornaglia and Matteo Giai.

These are all the dates of the second part of the presentation tour of 'Una somma di piccole cose', produced and organised by Barley Arts and West: 14 JULY in MANTOVA - Piazza Castello, 17 JULY in PADUA - Parco Europa,  18 July in BAROLO (CN) - Collisioni Festival, 20 JULY in ROVERETO - Bell of the Fallen (Opening Wrongonyou), the 21 JULY in FIESOLE - Roman Theatre (SOLD OUT), the 22 JULY in ROME (SOLD OUT) - Villa Ada, the 23 JULY in LECCE (SOLD OUT) - Roman Amphitheatre (Opening Wrongonyou), the 25 JULY in PALERMO - Teatro di Verdura (Opening Wrongonyou), the 29 JULY in PESCARA - Arena Teatro D'Annunzio, the 30 JULY in DESIO (MB) - Tittoni Park, the 31 JULY in SAN MAURO PASCOLI (FC) - Villa Torlonia (Opening Wrongonyou) and the1 AUGUST in FOLLONICA (GR) - Le Ferriere Theatre (Opening Wrongonyou). Tickets for the dates are available in advance on the circuit Ticketone.

Moreover, at the end of the tour, Niccolò Fabi will be the absolute protagonist of an exclusive acoustic concert at high altitude at the Gilberti refuge in Sella Nevea (UD) on 7 August. For further info:

In autumn, however, the Roman singer-songwriter will embark on a European tour for the first time in his career. "A sum of small things, an album with a very international sound compared to his previous productions, lends itself very much to meeting a European audience, which has shown interest and a great deal of curiosity in the new record project.

In October and November 2016, in fact, the Roman singer-songwriter will be in concert in the European cities of Brussels, Amsterdam, Oxford, London, Paris, Luxembourg, Berlin, Munich, Vienna and Lugano. Here are all the dates confirmed to date of the tour organised and produced by Barley Arts and Ovest: the 27 October at the Italian Cultural Institute in Brussels (Rue de Livourne, 38), the 30 October at Paradiso in Amsterdam (Weteringschans 6-8), the1 November at the O2 Academy in Oxford (190 Cowley Rd), the 2 November at the O2 Academy Islington, London (Angel Central), the 6 November at La Bellevilloise in Paris (19-21 Rue Boyer), the 7 November at the Bar National in Luxembourg (194 Route de Longwy), the 10 November at Privat Club Berlin (Skalitzer str. 85-86), the11 November at the Technikum in Munich (Grafinger Str. 6), the 13 November at B72 in Vienna (Hernalser Gürtel 72/73), and the 16 November at Studio Foce in Lugano (Via Foce, 1).

Available in all record shops, digital downloads and streaming platforms, "A sum of small things (Universal Music) was realised by Niccolò Fabi in total autonomy. In fact, the singer-songwriter created and recorded the entire album in a country house, in the wake of his daily musical listening, in particular American folk songwriting. The album, which consists of nine songs, is the result of a very lucid, at times merciless, analysis of certain emotional dynamics, both personal and collective.

Singer-songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Niccolò Fabi has nine record projects behind him, one collection and numerous important artistic collaborations, most recently with his friends Max Gazzè and Daniele Silvestri. Over the years he has also continued to work on the relationship between words and music, both in terms of performances at cultural events and in terms of training. He currently teaches at the Officina delle arti Pierpaolo Pasolini school.
Committed to social issues, the singer-songwriter continues to actively collaborate with the NGO Doctors with Africa - Cuamm and recently wrote the show "Sustainable Music" with geologist Mario Tozzi, aimed at understanding and disseminating environmental issues that are often forgotten.