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In compliance with the medical emergency set to prevent COVID-19 from spreading, the Firenze Rocks festival events scheduled from June, 10 to June, 13 2020 at Visarno Arena in Florence have been cancelled. If you already bought tickets for the 2020 edition, those will be valid for the 2021 edition. For further information, please READ HERE


Firenze Rocks, the rockest Italian summer festival, returns for a fourth edition full of surprises for all rock music lovers out there.

Among the most important and prestigious Italian festivals in Europe, Firenze Rocks 2019 took place from 13 to 16 June at the magnificent Visarno Arena, in Florence.

The headliner of June 13th was Tool, the three-time Grammy Award recipient rock band made of Danny Carey, Adam Jones, Maynard James Keenan and Justin Chancellor. Badflower, Skindred, Dream Theater and The Smashing Pumkins opened for Tool at Firenze Rocks 2019.

The Smashing Pumpkins, the alternative-rock pioneers that became famous thanks to "Siamese Dream" and "Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness!", played their new album "Shiny And Oh So Bright, VOL. 1 / LP: No Past. No Future. No Sun”. The latter brought the founding members Billy Corgan, James Iha and Jimmy Chamberlin back together.

Ed Sheeran, the British pop star and author of the hits "Perfect" and "Shape of You", was Firenze Rocks 2019 headliner on Friday 14 June. Matt Simons, Zara Larsson and Snow Patrol took the stage before Ed Sheeran at the Visarno Arena.

On Saturday 15 June, Eddie Vedder came back to Firenze Rocks to perform as a solo act after his legendary festival performance in 2017. In fact, with over 45,000 tickets sold, Eddie Vedder broke the record for the highest number of paying spectators in his entire solo career at Florence Rocks in 2017. On June 15, The Struts, Nothing But Thieves and Glen Hansard also played at the festival.

Firenze Rocks ended on Sunday 16 June with The Cure, known for their hits "Boys Don't Cry", "A Forest", "The Lovecats", "Inbetween Days", "Close To Me", "Just like Heaven", "Lullaby", "Lovesong", "High", "Friday I'm in Love", "Wrong Number" and "The End of the World". Sum 41, Editors and Balthazar were the opening acts of The Cure on June 16th on the final day of Florence Rocks 2019.