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Franceschini: “If stadiums are open to sport, they are also open to concerts” – Culture & Entertainment


“Regarding press reports on the discrepancies between public presence at sporting and cultural events, the Culture Department stated that: both during Monday’s hearing and in proposals. Sent yesterday to CTS, Minister Franceschini has requested that, in events where sporting events with spectators must be allowed, the same rules will apply to concerts and shows at stadium or in similar spaces “. The culture ministry writes it

“If it is possible to enter a 16,000-man stadium for football, there must be a concert as well. It is a matter of principle, the cultural world cannot be treated this way.” This is the position that Enzo Mazza, CEO of Fimi, the Federation of the Italian Music Industry, who after the government turned the green light in front of 25% of fans at Olimpico for Euro 2020. went back to talk about “discrimination” and he demanded that “a discussion table be opened immediately to obtain at least an equal treatment”. (continue). “It is clear – emphasized Mazza – that we are facing a farce. We are debating the strict protocols that CTS should embody itself, to allow for music events in the summer.” This with thousands of people outdoors and at the same time approved a plan for The Outreach of More Than 16,000 People to Olimpico on the Occasion of the European Football Championship? a pandemic year and the constraints are huge.A destroyed area, workers are missing and have no resources, small clubs have closed permanently and now turn out to be a political decision Is it possible to violate health restrictions? Fimi’s CEO said that “artists and professionals should not accept this degree of discrimination. A discussion table must be opened immediately for at least equal treatment. If it is possible to enter a stadium with 16,000 people to watch football, it must be possible for a concert. It is a matter of principle, the cultural world cannot be treated this way “.

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