It’s confirmed, Sanremo will be held from 2nd to 6th of March!

When you read the headline this news may seem like nothing new and something which we already know but to all intents and purposes it is. The confirmation of the dates and the way Sanremo will be held were at the center of attention in Italian media recently and it was central part of a meeting between the RAI leaders where they wanted to clarify how will they organize the 71st edition of Sanremo, given the fact that it will be a first major event organized in Italy during the Covid 19 pandemic. Italian media were spreading rumours of Sanremo being postponed for a few days, weeks or even months while some other wrote that Italy could be choosing their act for Eurovision 2021 internally but all of those were denied by RAI given the fact that Sanremo will be taking place as it was planned earlier from 2nd to 6th of March in addition to it they explained how they will adjust it to be possible for the public to be present at the Ariston The Sanremo Festival will take place from 2 to 6 March. Rai confirms the dates, explaining that work is being done so that the public can be attending the show which will be held at the Ariston.

The 71st edition of the Sanremo Festival will be held from 2 to 6 March.
The confirmation – explains a note from Viale Mazzini – came at the end of a meeting between the Rai top management of the structures involved in the organization of the event and the artistic director Amadeus, in the presence of the managing director Fabrizio Salini. Among the topics addressed during the meeting, the health and organizational protocol that will be submitted to the competent authorities in a short time so as to be able to foresee a presence of the public in the stalls of the Ariston Theater 

Which of the competing acts would you like to see as the successor of Diodato who won last year’s edition of Sanremo with “Fai Rumore”?

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