At the Archaeological Park of Campi Flegrei in Naples the summer festival Parco in Maschera: many music, theater and dance events are scheduled!
From July 31th to September 27th 2020 the fantastic summer festival will take place Masked park at the Archaeological Park of Campi Flegrei in Naples.
Masked park will include many events, with a really rich program, between performances of music, dance, theater, literary readings and philosophical encounters. The title of the review refers to mask, which in recent months has become part of our lives becoming a mandatory accessory, also rediscovering its ancient meanings.
Among the various luoghi in which the review will take place there will be: the Archaeological Museum of the Phlegraean Fields in the Castle of Baia, Flavian Amphitheater of Pozzuoli, Archaeological Park of the Baths of Baia, Archaeological Park of Cuma, Temple of Apollo on Lake Averno, Necropolis of Cappella Monte di Procida. To participate in the events is booking required.
Here is aSome of the scheduled eventsorganized for the Parco in Maschera festival. You will find the complete program at the link at the end of the article.
Friday 31 July 2020 Archaeological Museum of the Phlegraean Fields in the Castle of Baia:
- 20:00 Luca Pugliese one man band session, Tony Esposito special guest
- 21:00 pm Peppe Barra in concert
Monday 3 August 2020 Flavian Amphitheater of Pozzuoli:
- 20:30 Totò Crooner an Otello prince of Byzantium, by and with Carmine Borrino
by the Luna Nova Association
Tuesday 4 August 2020 Archaeological Museum of the Phlegraean Fields in the Castle of Baia:
- 19:00 Small Philosophical Theater in memory of Aldo Masullo, Pasquale Panella, poet. Lucio Saviani, philosopher, edited by the SFERA Association
Wednesday 5 August 2020 Necropolis of Cappella Monte di Procida:
- 19:00 pm Sine Tempo Memento, choreography by Antonio Colandrea by the Art Garage Association, visit to the Monument 18:00 pm - 19:00 pm
Friday August 7 2020 Archaeological Park of Cuma:
- 18:00 pm Sine Tempo Cielo… nea gynaika, choreography by Emma Cianchi, Antonio Colandrea, Elena D'Aguanno, Macia del Prete, Nicolas Grimaldi, Claudio Malangone, texts by Manuela Barbato, edited by the Art Garage Association
To know all the other events, download the complete program.