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Outdoor Festival 2015: creativity on the streets of Rome
29 September 2015

Outdoor Festival 2015: creativity on the streets of Rome

The Outdoor Festival, edition 2015 has chosen the former barracks Guido Reni, in the Flaminio district to amaze with his creative project the city of Rome, from 2 to 31 October.

The aim of the Festival is to promote change using contemporary art in all its many forms: from art to music, going to the video.

17 artists, 16 musicians of national and international reputation will have an area of thirty thousand square meters to experience a cultural appreciation and artistic experimentation: street art, installations, photography, design, comic illustrations and the main protagonists.

For the occasion, the objects found inside the barracks, have been transformed into works of art to make the Outdoor Festival a real open-air laboratory capable of making art an experience.

The exhibition space is divided into pavilions that enclose the artistic experiences of different cities and countries: France, Spain, Brazil, Great Britain, Greece, Norway, Holland and of course Italy propose artistic genres and ideas for artistic experience of a thousand contamination cultural.

Artistic expression is associated with an extensive program of events who want to ensure a real discovery of the various cultures with lectures, flavors, film and music, including international who complete the most of this multidimensional journey.

The Outdoor Festival 2015 will be an opportunity to revive what the coming years will be the site of the City of Science, a project to re-evaluate the II district of Rome, one of the Flaminio district, for a multipurpose space at the public Roman.

The entrance is from Friday to Sunday from 12:00 until midnight, the concerts scheduled, however, will start at 22:00 and finished at 04:00. The cost of the ticket to the exhibition is 7 euro, while the concert tickets are charged at 10.00 except for particular artists that cost 15 euro.

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