Italian media outlet La Stampa has announced more details of this year’s Euroclub.
Euroclub was originally created for singers and delegations to party around the time of the Eurovision, with the idea expanding each year.
This year the Municipality of Turin has announced that for the first time ever, potentially ten venues will host the Euroclub.
The ten venues announced are as follows:
- Mercato Centrale (Piazza della Repubblica)
- Bauhaus (Piazzetta Accademia Militare)
- One Apple (via Lovera, vicino Porta Nuova)
- Snodo (Corso Castelfidardo, in Crocetta)
- Supermarket (discoteca, Viale Madonna di Campagna)
- Osteria Lanterna (Corso Lombardia)
- La Centrale Nuvola Lavazza (Via Ancona)
- Eataly Lingotto
- Otium Pea Club (terrazzo pensile, zona sud)
- Pick Up (Via Barge, quartiere Cenisia)
These locations must guarantee a minimum capacity of 150 people each, (1500 for all ten venuses). Each venue must reserve, if required, a space for a minimum of 25 people, who can be members of delegations.
Between 30th April and 14th May, the list prices must be reduced by at least 10% compared to the rates normally in use. The municipality are also looking into handing out 15 Euro vouchers for taxis for foreign delegations.
Aswell as the Euroclub, the municipality of Turin has released more details of concerts that will be held in Turin during the Eurovision fortnight.
Yesterday morning, one of the organisers Stefano Lo Russo met councillors and representatives of the associations of the area, adding :
The concerts will be in acoustics and will end at 10 pm in the most sensitive areas while they can continue in other areas until midnight.
It’s also been announced that up to 17,000 people will be able to enter the Eurovillage. As we announced in February, this year’s Eurovillage will be at the Parco del Valentino.
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