The last November events will see on stage at the Jazz Club: Volcan, Thursday, November 26, Gregoire Maret, Friday, November 27, Eumir Deodato Europe Express, Saturday, November 28, Dimitri Sillato Luminal, Monday, November 30, to then continue on until April with three concerts a week.
330 winemakers from all over Italy and more than 2000 labels are record numbers for this national fair in Piacenza dedicated to handcrafted wine. Tastings, meetings and debates will be held along with a space dedicated to the "food craftsmen". November 28-29.
Fans of outdoor sports are invited to this fair in Forlì dedicated to the latest trends in hunting and fishing. Besides demonstrations, there will also be interactive areas, games, free lessons and cultural initiatives. Definitely worth trying is the exclusive firing range, the only one in Italy. November 28-29.
From the calendar of events, worth mentioning in Modena is “Contemporary Photography from Northwestern Europe”; in Bologna “Egypt. Millennium of Splendor”; in Forlì “Steve Mc Curry. Icons and Women” and in Ferrara the exhibition dedicated to De Chirico “Metaphysics and avant-garde”.
What not to miss
This great wine and food and cultural festival dedicated to the pleasure of the palate will bring to Imola and nearby areas 120 events, 11 exhibitions, and 5 cooking schools. This year's theme is "just an egg", the egg being a fundamental cooking ingredient. Until November 28.
In the lowlands of Parma, every weekend in November, there is the "most gluttonous relay of Italy" from the biggest "Mariolone" (Sissa), the heaviest "Prete" (Polesine), the Guinness record Strolghino (Zibello) and the biggest Crackling party (Roccabianca). Friday and Saturday night there will be music with djs and live concerts.
“Twenty migrants” is the title of the 20th edition of this festival in Parma which will host many great artists including Oregon, Django Batesʼ Belovèd, and Mark Turner. But there will also be young artists from the prestigious Academies of Göteborg, Oslo, Copenhagen and Stavanger. Until December 10.
What's going on now
Markets filled with delicacies and traditional crafts held in the historic downtowns offer a great opportunity to dig through the stands and find unusual gifts with which to fill your pockets.
What to do
The magic of Christmas can be felt on the streets and in the squares of the towns and cities of art in Emilia Romagna, where there will be many colorful markets set up for this holiday. From gift ideas to curious objects, from crafts to typical local foods, there will be many opportunities to go shopping or enjoy entertaining events.
For hikers and those who love old pathways, we recommend the longest hiking trail in the Emilia Romagna Apennines: 500 km divided up into 27 sections crossing over eight parks in Emilia-Romagna, Tuscany and Marche.