ZUCCHERO “SUGAR” FORNACIARI – will open the concert of the ROLLING STONES


for the second time in his career



Zucchero and the Rolling Stones, the story continues! The Artist, in fact, for the second time in his career was called by the band to open one of the concerts of their “Sixty” tour: on July 27 at the Veltins-Arena in GELSENKIRCHEN (Germany).

«I am honored and grateful to the Stones for having chosen me for the second time as agladiator ”to prepare their arrival on the stage in Gelsenkirchensays ZuccheroAnother important step in my journey. Another beautiful story to tell my grandchildren. Long live the Stones ».

The great success of ZUCCHERO “SUGAR” FORNACIARI‘s “World Wild Tour” continues, which in July will continue in important European cities and will also touch Italy again. With over 2 hours of music and an ever-changing lineup, Zucchero makes each concert a unique and unrepeatable experience for his audience, reinterpreting his greatest hits and songs from the latest record projects, “Discover” and “D.O.C.“, accompanied on the stage by an exceptional super band.

With a lineup that is always different and full of great moments, the artist spans his entire career, passing from the most recent songs to the energy and energy of hits that have marked the history of Italian music. To frame this great show, an exceptional scenography: a giant sun, as a sign of rebirth, inside which accompanying images of the entire musical journey flow.

Accompanying the artist on stage during the “World Wild Tour” the international band composed of: Polo Jones (Musical director, bass), Kat Dyson (guitars, bvs), Peter Vettese (hammond, piano), Mario Schilirò (guitars) , Adriano Molinari (drums), Nicola Peruch (keyboards), Monica Mz Carter (drums, percussions), James Thompson (horns, bvs), Lazaro Amauri Oviedo Dilout (horns) and Oma Jali (backing vocals).

After two years of restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the “World Wild Tour” started on April 18 from Glasgow (United Kingdom), sold out the two concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in London and attracted over 150,000 spectators, Italian and international, with the 14 concerts held in Italy, at the Verona Arena.

The tour will see the artist busy all over the world until October.