Eros Ramazzotti‘s ‘Vita ce n’è World Tour‘ (There is life) started with a great success; debuted in Munich with two concerts on February 17 and 18 and they were both sold out. The world tour, produced by Radiorama in collaboration with Lemon & Pepper and organized by Vertigo, will see the Italian singer engaged in over ninety dates in thirty countries and has already sold over 400 thousand tickets.
From Russia to the United States, from Europe to South America, the Italian singer takes with him thirty-five years of successes in thirty songs including historical hits and songs from the new successful album released in Italian and in Spanish on November 23 in 100 countries. The new album and the tour share the title as an auspice of good life, and the show opens on the notes of ‘Vita ce n’è’ and with the image of the tree of life. With its three elements (roots, trunk, and leaves), the tree of life, in many culture is considered a mystical symbol representing the source of life. The same image that Eros Ramazzotti chose to tattoo on his arm to always take his family with him.
With him, on stage for the whole tour, two great choristers – Monica Hill and Giorgia Galassi – and seven exceptional musicians: Luca Scarpa (musical director, piano), Giovanni Boscariol (keyboards), Giorgio Secco Christian Lavoro (guitar), Paolo Costa (bass), and three new international entries Corey Sanchez (Guitar), Eric Moore (Drums), and Scott Paddock (Saxophone).
Ilona Catani Scarlett