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2012 Maree Culture In Viaggio Festival: 'carsulae Suona Bene' (carsulae Sounds Good)

2012 Maree Culture in Viaggio Festival: 'Carsulae suona bene' (Carsulae sounds good)

Terni, San Gemini from 07/15/2012 to 07/22/2012
Type of event:
  • Art and Culture
  • Adventures, leisure and sport
  • Festival
  • Folklore
  • Music

Phone: (+39) 393 9212082  


From July 15th to 22nd, 2012, the archaeological park of Carsulae, between Terni and San Gemini, will host the 2012 edition of the Maree Culture in Viaggio Festival. Title of this edition: 'Carsulae suona bene' ('Carsulae sounds good').
A week of folk music, nature and hiking, history and archeology. But there will also be a pizza parlour and a cafeteria.

2012 Maree Festival will start immediately "with a bang" thanks to Alan Stivell, Breton musician considered one of the greatest exponents of the Celtic music world. With his band, for one of the four dates of the Italian tour, will perform at 21:00 of the opening day, July 15th, 2012. Ticket price € 9.00, in advance on
Thursday, July 19th, 2012 beginning at 21:30 at the Arc of San Damiano will be the turn of the Scantu De Core, a group that combines the repertoire of Salento, Pizzica and traditional dances, with the world music.
To close the festival Sunday, July 22nd at 21:30 at the Area Bar concert by Narayan & The Reptilians, "big band" of eclectic Umbrian musicians.

But there will be not only music at 2012 Maree Culture in Viaggio Festival. In fact, Sunday 15th and Tuesday 17th at 17:00 and Saturday, July 21, 2012 at 9:00 and 17:00 demonstration of Nordic walking; Saturday, July 21st and Sunday, July 22nd from 18:00 Traditional Hatha Yoga session (lasting an hour, costs € 5,00); Sunday, July 22nd at 8:30 'trekking at the Hermit'; always on Sunday, 22nd but starting from 17:30 'Aspettando il sol leone… con il leone!', recreational and educational activities for children. And much more.

For the full programme, please consult the official website of the Festival.

Fabrizio Galeazzi