22.08.2021 09:00 – 22.08.2021 13:00
04.09.2021 21:00 – 04.09.2021 23:30
08.09.2021 09:00 – 08.09.2021 13:00
“Nascosta In Piena Vista” is a summer festival aimed at rediscovering, through a cycle of six events, areas and activities that are not well lit by the spotlights of the Arezzo cultural scene which will take place from 26 June to 8 Septembe.
From 21 to 25 July, thanks to the “Malpighi Festival“, hosted in the park adjacent to the Association Center in Via Fiorentina – 329, four days of sport, art, theater and music will be organized.
Sports debut on 21 July, with a series of athletic-recreational activities by UISP, Il Chiodo Fisso, I Care, SCA and Mentori.
The date of 23 July will celebrate independent music, with the interview-exhibition of Cristina Garetto – aka Sussindieario – and the lives of Manfri, Cannella, Mazzariello and special guests curated by Indie Italy, a social community with more than 230,000 followers.
On 24 and 25 July the Noidellescarpediverse and Mammaiuto associations will hold two days of intensive theater and comics courses, with a final show and exhibition; the first of the two evenings will be closed by the concert of the ROS, semi-finalist band in the eleventh edition of X Factor (2017).
Present for all four days, the exhibition-information spots of the Associations that make up the cultural humus of the Malpighi Center, cohabitating in a habitat that is also sensitive to environmental education, thanks to the presence of a recycling station with prize lottery.
August 22 will be the day dedicated to the “Ecological Walk”, which starting from the Marchionna area will reach the Archaeological Park of Castelsecco, where the concert of the Roman folk band Mesudì will be held.
Afterwards, on 4 September at the Parco Ducci the “Street Orchestra” will be staged, a concert by the Liceo Musicale and OIDA, accompanied by breakdancers and writers, in a combination of classical music and urban art.
Four days later, on 8 September, on the occasion of the first day of the Arezzo Crowd Festival, a dive into the past with the “Historic Walk” in the city center: a show to rediscover the Giostra del Saracino animated by the Noidellescarpediverse theater company, with arrival at the National Museum of Medieval and Modern Art and live by Brunacci.