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Home / News archive / Rimini presents: "Things to do 2019", a year of events in Rimini

21-03-2019

Rimini presents: "Things to do 2019", a year of events in Rimini

cosa da fare 2019

A year of initiatives and events in Rimini. Exciting events for 12 months.
Here is the caledar of the 150 main events that will take place during 2019: from Easter events, such as Beach Ultimate World Cup (19-22 April), to cultural events such as the 400 year birthday celebration of the "Gambalunga Library", symbolically set on April 23, the World Book Day.

2019 is a year of great new cultural events: from July to September the exhibition curated by the critic and art historian Luca Beatrice, who has been trying to retrace, in the 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the three years that upset the world in "Everybody Wants To Rule the World", as the Tears for Fears sang.
From 3 to 5 May, "La Settima Arte - Cinema e Industria" will host the festival of cinema with exhibitions, screenings, lectures, masterclasses, book presentations and the first preview of the exhibition "DAVID LYNCH Dreams. A Tribute To Fellini ".
From October 31st, the Diotallevi Madonna by Raffaello Sanzio will be on show at the City Museum for the  opening celebration commemorating the death of the great artist from Urbino.

2019 will also be a golden year for music in Rimini.
A rich program of concerts among RDS Stadium, Galli Theater and outdoor spaces. From Jovanotti landing on the beach of Rimini Terme with his Jova Beach Party to Eros Ramazzotti who will perform in November at the RDS Stadium and from Luca Carboni already sold out at Galli Theater to Loredana Bertè returning from her success at the Festival of Sanremo, from Raf and Tozzi to Marco Mengoni and Daniele Silvestri. Furthermore the prestigious batons of the Malatesta Festival, the new sounds of "Percuotere la mente" and "Music Inside Rimini", the event with the most famous DJs in the world.

Not to be missed the well known appointments with events such as "Notte Rosa" (5-7 July), "Molo Street Parade" (29 June) and the events dedicated to food experience such as "Al Meni" (22- 23 June), headed by chef Massimo Bottura; "Cartoon Club" (13-21 July) and the travel festival "Lonely Planet - Ulysses Fest" (12-14 July).

There are many sporting events: from "Rimini Marathon" (30-31 March), to the motorcycle rally "Reunion Rimini" (3-5 May), the international "Beach Tchoukball festival" in Viserba (10-12 May), "Rimini Wellness" (30 May - 2 June ), "Sportdance" (4-14 July) and the festival dedicated to the biking world "Italian Bike Festival" (13-15 September).

"Piacere Spiaggia Rimini" (April 30-May 1), "Un mare di vino" (July 25) and "Un mare di fuoco" ( August 14) are the events on the beach organized by the Spiagge Rimini network, accompanied by "Rimini for Mutoko" (30 June-27 July), and "Le ppiagge del benessere" (10 June-30 August).

Among the main cultural events, "Mare di Libri" (14-16 June) and "Meeting for friendship among peoples" (18-24 August), to end the year with the celebrations of "The world's longest New Year's Eve".

'things to do 2019' is a flyer available in 10 thousand copies in Italian, distributed at the tourist information offices (iat) in Rimini, and in PDF format in 5 languages English, German, Russian, French and Chinese.


 

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A year of initiatives and events in Rimini. Exciting events for 12 months.
Here is the caledar of the 150 main events that will take place during 2019: from Easter events, such as Beach Ultimate World Cup (19-22 April), to cultural events such as the 400 year birthday celebration of the "Gambalunga Library", symbolically set on April 23, the World Book Day.

2019 is a year of great new cultural events: from July to September the exhibition curated by the critic and art historian Luca Beatrice, who has been trying to retrace, in the 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the three years that upset the world in "Everybody Wants To Rule the World", as the Tears for Fears sang." data-share-imageurl="http://www.riminiturismo.it/sites/riminiturismo/files/field/image/web.jpg">