Events in and around Senigallia

Fosforo
From 9th to 11th May in piazza del Duca.
A science festival with shows, workshops, meetings and an exhibition… to experience the excitement and wonder of the art of science! News about the most advanced research.

 

Music festival
On 21st June, Senigallia will take part in the European Music Festival: 3 days of concerts all over town will create an evocative atmosphere.

 

Cateraduno
From 23rd to 29th June we will see another edition of the awaited Radio 2 programme broadcast live from Senigallia, which will offer free concerts and lots of fun events every day.

 

The night of “Rotonda a mare”
Mid July every year we celebrate an important birthday: the inauguration of the very beautiful facility, the “Rotonda a Mare”, built on the sea which took place on 15th July 1933, and its reopening in 2006.
Valerio Festi and his company will be directing the show.

 

Summer Jamboree
From 2nd to 10th August the annual International festival – considered to be the most important in Europe of its kind and second in the world – will take place. This event will bring to life the atmosphere of America in the 40s and 50s with fashion, music, and dancing that will take us back in time.

 

The fair of Saint Augustin
From 27th to 30th August. This fair has been around for centuries! The merchants would come to the city harbour to sell their products, as they still do today, enlivening the whole town centre with many exhibitors of household items and objects of daily use, collector’s items, food and wine, souvenirs, clothing, animals, make up, and much more besides!

 

Pane nostrum
In the month of September the main squares of the old town turn into an open air bakery offering typical scents and flavours of the various regions in Italy and in the world.

 

Halloween in Corinaldo
In one of our country’s most beautiful hilltop towns we celebrate the most famous Italian witches’ Feast. This feast is for children and adults alike and comprises pumpkins, monsters, costumes, and ghosts, and don’t forget to go through the scary Tunnel of Fear! The atmosphere is enhanced by the beauty of the old town walls, the hilltop setting, and numerous narrow streets; Corinaldo is the perfect setting thanks to the frightening and magical atmosphere it creates!