Also among the guests of the Jova Beach Party is Max Pezzali: the entire tour includes 21 dates and more than 400,000 tickets sold out from here to the final event in September in Milan
Lignano Sabbiadoro (Udine) – Still a jump. Three years ago, Jova’s beach party was a leap forward, even in a void where no one had ever taken a beach tour before. Now that’s a leap again anyway. Perhaps on the side, compared to the rest of the music scene that opted for more traditional ways in the summer of the reboot. Above, instead, Olympic champion Jimbo Tampere who — slow-motion images alternating with the dynamism of some animals — delivers a Jovanotti show. An evolutionary leap is needed, the leap is the second thing a baby learns after walking: a challenge to the force of gravity, he said the night before. The land of Tempere and – Boom – begins a dancing tribe. It’s hard on the sand but you can dance. And when the movie I Love You Baby begins, there is an atmosphere of celebration. Not to mention Max Pezzali arrives immediately after a triple hit (you’re a legend, they killed Spider-Man and The Years). With what we’ve all been through and still going through, the idea of doing something innovative seemed strange and compelling to me – as he said the night before the debut -. There is a Latin phrase that more or less says that when you sail the sky changes and changes, but the boat is the same. This show’s metaphor is for a sailing ship that has passed through stormy seas and calms down and stops and celebrates. The metaphor goes back to the structure of the theater. Masts and main sails, Jova engraved with letters consisting of an anchor, a giant mirror, an inflatable heart and a prehistoric statue.
First appeared on Lignano Beach Jova Beach Party 2nd Edition: 21 dates, 12 locations, 400,000 tickets sold. There were 36,000 yesterday: whole families, hugging husbands, rotten companies, singles looking for a soul mate or evening adventure, big-belly pregnant mothers and big-bellied men, those who show tattoos and tans and who’s forgotten cream and tomorrow will get sunburned. Space for good stories. There will be one by date, Lorenzo recounted. The first is a wedding. Julia and Gianluca: Formal wear, they have been together for 13 years, they met thanks to a friend and found out that they were cradle neighbours, they were born one day apart in the same hospital in Padua. Jova blessing sings his favourite. Lorenzo multiplies. He has a hat for every occasion (he has a full chest). The captain of the sailing ship in pirate clothing, owner Maurizio Salvadori of the Trident who created a production of more than 20 million euros. As well as the crew when supporting guests. The music begins in the early afternoon, in three stages, and whoever appears here is surprised: a duet, a gamma, a mess. Because Jufa Beach is also a festival. 150 artists will be invited from 30 different countries and genres are covered more. Practically un-music. Yesterday there was a lot of Africa, and also the Benny Benassi dance that brought the audience to the main show.
After Bezzali, Lorenzo returns to his origins as a deejay. The console shows him mixing tracks with the band that follows him: his pieces intersect with Gigi D’Agostino, Apa, Raffaella Carr, and Love Is in the Air. Lignano becomes a sandy floor. When the straight case is off, it’s the turn of legendary weightlifter Gianni Morandi, who was always in great shape as a kid. I feel the same spirit as Kantagiro in the early ’60s – as he said behind the scenes -. Soon to be released “La Ola”, another piece written by Lee Lorenzo. Romanian Latin bachata, with something romantic. The moment comes with tenderness with stories (pockets full of stones, the magical girl) and another deviation towards the rhythm. All strikes. Various souls run through the show. Only here Batiato can reach out to the trap of Ruff and Shakirando. After all, Jovanotti’s story is one without a predictable access point but with always a clear direction and a way to go. Maybe with a jump.
Jul 2, 2022 (change 2 Jul 2022 | 23:54)
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