Ravenna Festival opens on Sunday, 21 June, with the concert led by Riccardo Muti in the Rocca Brancaleone. The historic outdoor venue will see the Luigi Cherubini Youth Orchestra and soprano Rosa Feola join Muti for the first public concert in Italy.  The 31st edition of Ravenna Festival, re-imagined for unprecedented circumstances, will run until  30 July with up to 40 events in the Rocca. Social distancing regulations will apply to guarantee the safety of the artists, the staff, and the 250 members of the audience – for the latter masks and a staggered access system will be mandatory. [read more]

The full programme, together with the information concerning the attendance of the events, will be announced shortly on this website and on social media. 

The Ticket Office of the Alighieri Theatre will reopen to the public on Wednesday, June 3, from Monday to Saturday, from 10 to 13. Access will be granted ONLY on appointment, booking by phone +39 0544 249244. In the meanwhile, it is possible to contact us either by phone or by e-mail ( from Monday to Saturday, from 9 to 14.