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Tiziano Ferro's return to the stadiums in 2023

TZN 2021, the Tiziano Ferro tour that was scheduled to take place between June 6 and July 18 2021 at the most important Italian stadiums has been rescheduled for 2023. If you bought tickets for the 2020 and 2021 tour, these will be valid for the 2023 edition. For further information, READ HERE

TZN Tour 2023

Please find below the complete calendar of the Tiziano Ferro TZN tour 2023 dates that will take place in the summer of 2023:

  • June, 7 2023 - Stadio G. Teghil, Lignano Sabbiadoro (Udine)
  • June, 11 2023 - Stadio Olimpico, Turin
  • June, 15 2023 - Stadio San Siro, Milan (ex 15/06/2021)
  • June, 17 2023 - Stadio San Siro, Milan (ex 18/06/2021)
  • June, 18 2023 - Stadio San Siro, Milan (ex 19/06/2021)
  • June, 21 2023 - Stadio Artemio Franchi, Florence
  • June, 24 2023 - Stadio Olimpico, Rome
  • June, 25 2023 - Stadio Olimpico, Rome
  • June, 28 2023 - Stadio San Paolo, Naples
  • July, 1 2023 - Stadio San Nicola, Bari
  • July, 4 2023 - Stadio S Filippo, Messina
  • July, 8 2023 - Stadio del Conero, Ancona
  • July, 11 2023 - Stadio Dall'Ara, Bologna
  • July, 14 2023 - Stadio Euganeo, Modena

The show of Tiziano Ferro previously scheduled for July 11 2023 at Stadio Braglia in Modena has been shifted to Stadio Dall’Ara in Bologna. All previously purchased tickets remain valid for the new location.

Tiziano Ferro Biography
The Latina-born singer and songwriter is one of the most talented and appreciated artists in the world. Rosso Relativo, Tiziano Ferro’s debut album dating back to 2001, entered the Top 10 chart and sold over 1 million copies all over the world.

On 111 (2003), Tiziano Ferro’s most autobiographical work, there are hits like Sere Nere and Non Me lo so Spiegare. Stop! Dimentica, Ed ero contentissimo, Ti scatterò una foto, E Raffaella è mia and E fuori è buio are the the official singles off Tiziano Ferro’s third studio album, Nessuno È Solo. Tiziano Ferro appeared as a guest at Sanremo Music Festival 2007 and sang Ti scatterò una foto, featured on the soundtrack of Federico Moccia’s movie Ho voglia di te.

On the albums Alla Mia Età (2008) and L’Amore È Una Cosa Semplice (2011) you may find collaborations with Franco Battiato and Ivano Fossati and a couple of duets with Mary J. Blige and John Legend. The greatest hits TZN – The Best of Tiziano Ferro (2014) was followed by Tiziano Ferro’s first stadium tour in 2015. In 2016, Tiziano Ferro released his sixth studio album, Il Mestiere Della Vita.

On May, 31 2019, Tiziano Ferro released the single Buona (Cattiva) Sorte, the first taste of his brand new album Accetto Miracoli. Produced by Timbaland, Buona (Cattiva) Sorte is a soul hit soul where Ferro’s powerful lyrics perfectly match with the beat of the American producer.

Accetto Miracoli, which came out on November, 22 2019, is a fresh, honest and energetic album. The official singles of Tiziano Ferro's new album are Accetto Miracoli, In Mezzo A Questo Inverno, Amici Per Errore and Balla Per Me with Jovanotti. On November, 6 2020, Tiziano Ferro launched his two latest projects, the cover album Accetto Miracoli: l'esperienza degli altri and the docu-film Ferro on his life. The documentary was awarded in Los Angeles during The Italian TV Festival, the event dedicated to Italian series and in particular to productions for television and the web.

The upcoming album by Tiziano Ferro, Il Mondo È Nostro, will be released on November 11, 2022. The new project has been anticipated by the song La Vita Splendida, released on Semptember 8.

FAQS

The Tiziano Ferro tour originally scheduled for 2020 and then moved to 2021 has been rescheduled from June 7 to July 14 2023 at the most important Italian stadiums.

If you purchased tickets for the previous dates, these will remain valid for the new rescheduled dates in 2023.

June 7 2023 - Stadio G. Teghil, Lignano Sabbiadoro (valid tickets: May 30 2020 / June 06 2021)

June 11 2023 - Stadio Olimpico, Turin (valid tickets: June 11 2020 / June 22 giugno 2021)

June 15 2023 - Stadio San Siro, Milan (valid tickets: June 5 2020 / June 15 2021)

June 17 2023 - Stadio San Siro, Milan (valid tickets: June 6 2020 / June 18 2021)

June 18 2023 - Stadio San Siro, Milan (valid tickets: June 8 2020 / June 19 2021)

June 21 2023 - Stadio Franchi, Florence (valid tickets: June 17 2020 / June 09 2021)

June 24 2023 - Stadio Olimpico, Rome (valid tickets: July 15 2020 / July 09 2021)

June 25 2023 - Stadio Olimpico, Rome (valid tickets: July 16 2020 / July 10 2021)

June 28 2023 - Stadio Diego Armando Maradona, Naples (valid tickets: June 24 2020 / June 26 2021)

July 1 2023 - Stadio San Nicola, Bari (valid tickets: July 3 2020 / June 29 2021)

July 4 2023 - Stadio San Filippo, Messina (valid tickets: June 27 2020 / July 3 2021)

July 8 2023 - Stadio Del Conero, Ancona (valid tickets: June 20 2020 / July 06 2021)

July 11 2023 - Stadio Dall'Ara, Bologna (valid tickets: July 7 2020 / June 12 2021)

July 14 2023 - Stadio Euganeo, Padova (valid tickets: June 14 2020 / July 14 2021)

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