Wednesday 29 December 2004 special appointment at the Auditorium of Rome. Also starring in the evening Piero Pelu, whose show is part of the event to celebrate 50 years of rock, which over the three days of 27, 28 and 29 December will see part of the history of Italian rock take to the prestigious Roman stage in a review that will bring on stage not only many memories but also surprises and new projects.

It starts with the 1960s and the three bands that marked that period the Chameleons, i Dik Dik and the repertoire of theEquipe 84 played by Maurizio Vandelli: all born in cellars and then becoming stars.

The second evening continues with progressive rock from the 1970s. Starring three different realities that will intersect on stage, offering the audience pleasant surprises: the former keyboardist of the Footprints Tony Pagliuca, the keyboardist of the Area Patrizio Fariselli and the Banco del Mutuo Soccorso.

On the last date on the 29th, we will go from the 1980s to the present day. On stage Piero Pelu accompanied by the band in an 'unplugged' version, and the Almamegretta who will exceptionally perform again with Raizto pay a heartfelt tribute to their recently deceased keyboardist D.RaD (Stefano Facchielli).

Theatre: 25.00 euro
Gallery: 15.00 euro
Reductions for young people up to the age of 26, the over 60s, Club 'La Repubblica', Carta GoCard and cral affiliated with the contribution of the Province of Rome.