You might have heard a lot from us about Andrea Bocelli’s spectacular annual show in his hometown of Lajatico at his Teatro del Silenzio, but this isn’t the only way you can catch the Italian tenor. This week we put up new breaks so that you can see him live in the small town of Marostica in Vicenza, Italy. We have a range of accommodation options and ticket categories for the concert on 14th September with prices starting from €572EURper person.
Marostica is a beautiful location if you’re looking to explore a bit more of Northern Italy. Just 50mins from Verona airport and 1hr from Venice Marco Polo Airport, it’s nestled perfectly between these two popular tourist cities. But don’t overlook the area around the concert venue itself. Marostica is most famous for its live chess events. The Andrea Bocelli concert itself will actually take place over this life-size board in Piazza Castello! This was inspired by a Mario Mirko Vucetich comedy play where two nobleman duelled for the lord’s daughter’s love with a human game of chess (maybe this gave some inspiration to J. K. Rowling when she was writing the first Harry Potter book!). The region also offers scenic views with the town’s medieval walls and surroundings of mountains.
If you’re a Bocelli fan, you might have seen him in concert before but why not try something different with a concert break in Italy? With the release of his album Cinema in 2015, Andrea Bocelli made his way back into the UK and worldwide charts with songs from classic film soundtracks, from his duet of E più ti penso with Ariana Grande to his cover of Maria from West Side Story. The album reached number 3 in the UK album charts, while at the same time his collaboration with Ariana Grande peaked at number 1 in the US Classic Digital Song Chart.
To see all our ticket packages for Andrea Bocelli in Marostica and Lajatico, take a look at our Bocelli page. Alternatively, enquire now for further information or for prices on different accommodation and ticket category combinations to suit your concert break.