03.24.13 Henry Padovani - Italian Dates...
Henry Padovani starts a short solo tour of Italian clubs next week, so now is a great chance to catch him perform some intimate gigs! The shows are
WED MARCH 27
Venue: Le Baladin
Town: PIOZZO (CN), Italy,
Address: Piazza 5 Luglio, 15 12060 Piozzo
THU MARCH 28
Town: BRESSO (MI)
Venue: Blue Ros Saloon
Address: via Carolina Romani 1/11, bresso ( Mi)
FRI MARCH 29
Town: CASTIGLIONE (MN)
Venue: Arci Dallò
Piazza Ugo Dallò, 4 46043 Castiglione Delle Stiviere (MN)
SAT MARCH 30
Address: Via Principe Amedeo, 8, 10123 Turin
SUN MARCH 31
Venue: Druso's Circus
via Galimberti 6B, Bergamo, IT.
MON APRIL 1
Town: CUPRA MARITTIMA (AP)
Venue: Bad Bull
Via Adriatica Nord, 95 63012 Cupra Marittima
TUE APRIL 2
via Prenestina, 738
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