Omegna Blue Streetgames 2019

Omegna Blue Street Games 2019

In July, the heart of summer season on lake Orta, 3 days to celebrate the Town with different sports tournaments. From basketball, to football and beach volley, dance performance, fitness, box, tennis, swimming, table tennis, apnea (diving) waterpolo, canoeing, synchro swimming and more… All surrounded by great music and food stands in the name of charity to ADMO Cusio Verbano (Bone marrow Donors Association) and Slam Dunk Onlus. The event will take place in the streets of the old town littered with crafts markets.

From the 12th to the 14 th July Omegna Blue street game is back: three days of sport, evening shows, solidarity and great music you can’t miss.

Omegna Blue street games can count on  international music guests( Joe Bastianich, Enrico Ruggeri, Rocco Papaleo, Eugenio Finardi, Guccini’s musicians and many more, performed on the stage in the past editions)

Programme of the 2019 evening events:

Friday 12 July

The Rock pianist Matthew Lee ( on Lake Orta with his “Rock’n roll sound tour 2019”)  will be opening the free live concerts of this blue streetgames edition. During his performance technique and soul get one, creating an unusual mix of emotions trough his voice and the piano.

Saturday 13 July

A real burst of Energy in the incredible night with the “ Uncle Bard &The Dirty Bastards” the first and beloved Irish folk rock band from Italy (Now famous all over the world) that will make the 2nd Omegna Blue Streetgames night explode! A live show that is going to be un unusual mix of electric guitars and  Irish pop music instruments.

Sunday 14 July

Great final show by the versatile Roberto Vecchioni: teacher, writer, song writer, he is one of the most appreciated and beloved pop stars of today and yesterday Italian music. In the last night, spotlight on an emotional concert, leg of his “Infinito Tour”, whose stage production ended in May with an endless number of sold out.

Information and updating about sport tournaments and events: www….

All concerts are free