San Piero In Campo: stories, emotions and poetry of De André day 2018

  • Published: 21-06-2018
  • Category: Events

De André day San Piero in Campo 2018

The acoustic guitar was his instrument. The instrument with which he created the melodies that accompanied his stories, his tales, his poetry. Songs that will relive, once again, on 20 August 2018. When the new and always awaited edition of the De André day will take place in San Piero In Campo, an unmissable event of summer on Elba island.

 

Music and poetry

The first edition was organized in August 1999. On August 20, 19 years after the death of the great Faber, the De André day extinguishes its first twenty candles. Twentieth edition for an event that wants to be one of the most heartfelt and long-lived tributes to one of the most beloved songwriters of all time.

The evening of 20 August will be an opportunity to immerse oneself in the atmosphere, in the suggestions and in that particular way of telling stories and moods. That unique and unmistakable way that, even today, makes it one of the cornerstones of Italian music.

 

The most beautiful songs by De André

All true fans know that it is difficult, if not impossible, to draw up a list of the most beautiful songs by Faber. But surely the De André day 2018 will give the chance to listen to some of his most famous songs, those that made him famous. Like these three, who would not even need presentations:

 

How to get

To get to San Piero In Campo from Portoferraio, the main port where ferries arrive and leave for Elba island, you only have to:

  • Take the provincial road 24 up to Procchio;
  • Take the provincial road 25 to Marina di Campo;
  • From here, follow the signs for San Piero In Campo.

The journey by car takes about half an hour.

 

More information

For more information on the 2018 edition of the De André day in San Piero in Campo (complete program, how to participate, eventual date changes), please refer to the official fanpage of the event Facebook.com/DeAndreDayElba.

 

Image source: Flickr.com/photos/ruthiegledhill

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