International Dance and Music Festival

“All colours of Art”

Fiuggi, Rome (25 - 29 July 2019)

       Fiuggi is one of Europe's most important thermal centers, situated in the center of Italy, has perfectly preserved its rustic charm throughout the centuries, protecting the immense natural beauties from the risks of pollution. The thick chestnut woods are not just a great natural heritage, but also the best protection of its hydro-geological system. Located between Rome and Naples, Fiuggi enjoys an enviable climate. This small rural medieval village became known for its prodigious waters around the XII/XIII century, when its healing properties were investigated by Pope Boniface VIII himself, who, suffering from kidney stones and uremic poisoning, sent 51 convoys from Rome to bring him the prodigious liquid and recover from his illness. The great Michelangelo claimed that the waters of Fiuggi had relieved him of "the only kind of stone I couldn't love." Above the 20th century spa town known as Fiuggi Fonte, lies the picturesque town of Fiuggi Old town which, with its incredibly narrow medieval streets and alleys, is best visited on foot. The "Vicolo Baciadonne" is so narrow that pedestrians are obliged to pass within kissing distance of each other. Like all Italian spa towns, Fiuggi has lots of great shopping, and plenty of good restaurants serving healthy local food.

Discover Naples and Rome in 1 festival!

We invite you to live a new experience in the green paradise of Italy - to enjoy, to relax, to spend a great holiday and to be part of  multitude of cultures, traditions and people who dedicated their life of art, people of diverse cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds and to show how art break geographical borders.

 Conditions of the festival:

- The festival is a non - competitive festival.
- There is no age limit.
- Number of participating groups is limited.
- Organizers provide invitation letters for sponsor or for obtaining VISA for Italy.
- The Festival will be organized in the main square of Fiuggi.
- The ensembles can use live music or music on CD. Each ensemble must present a program not longer than 10 minutes.
- All groups are invited to send their music at least 2 weeks before festival!

Who can participate?

- Folklore dance and music groups

- Modern dance groups - classical, jazz, hip hop, contemporary ect.

- Vocal groups and choirs

- Majorette groups

- Orchestra

- Fashion theater

150 euro

Hotel*** basic

170 euro

Hotel ***

 Participating fee includes:

• 5 days/4 nights accommodation in 3 or 4-bed rooms, private bathroom with a shower and hot water

• 4 half board /breakfast and dinner/

• Support our staff during the festival

• Festival participation fee

• Tourist tax

*Supplement: double room – 5 euro per day per person/ single room – 15 euro per day

* Free parking for groups' buses

Accommodation:  190 euro in Full Board - Hotel*** basic
Accommodation:  210 euro in Full Board - Hotel*** comfort

• 5 days/4 nights accommodation in 3 or 4-bed rooms, private bathroom with a shower and hot water

4 full board /breakfast, lunch and dinner/

• Support our staff during the festival

• Festival participation fee

• Tourist tax

*Supplement: double room – 5 euro per day per person / single room – 15 euro per day

* Free parking for groups' buses

Do you have additional questions? 

Contact our team on the numbers below and we'll help you to organize your participation and trip to Italy:

Tel. / Whatsapp / Viber

+ 39 328 2467780/ +39 380 7526166

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- NAPLES - 170 KM

Each participating group will receive a Honorary Diploma of Festival Participant, valuable souvenir and a plaque and is invited to participate in:

• Opening parade in the streets of the city.

• Concerts

• Meeting with the Mayor (for art directors and group's officials).

 - For groups of 25 participants, 26th is serviced free of charge, for the groups with over 40 participants, 41st, 42nd and 43rd are serviced free of charge.

- Upon request organizers can arrange bus transfers from airports to the hotel for additional fee.

Program of the festival:

25 July 2019 Arrival of the groups.  14:00 - Check in  - Accommodation in hotels . 18:00 - Technical conference with groups' leaders. 19:30 - Dinner

26 July 2019  Breakfast. Free time 18:30 Dinner

 20.00 Meeting of the groups in costumes and national flags in the place beginning of the parade - 20.30 Opening parade in the streets of the town - 21.00 Opening ceremony for groups. Concert of the groups.

27 July 2019  Breakfast.Free time / Excursions/ 10:30 Degustation of typical italian food - 19:30 Dinner

28 July 2019 Breakfast - Free time  - 19:00 Dinner 21.00 Closing concert of the groups, each participating group will be awarded a Honorary Diploma of Festival, plaque and souvenir. 

29 July 2019 Breakfast - 10:00 Check out. Departure

* The organizer reserves the right for any changes in the program, and the participants will be informed on time.



ROME - UNESCO World Heritage Site

Rome is a city steeped in history--from the rise and fall of the Roman Empire to the rebuilding of the great city during the Renaissance. Legend holds that Romulus and Remus founded Rome in 753 B.C. – the mythical image of the two brothers suckled by the she-wolf, other than the Colosseum, has become the iconographic symbol for the Capital. Home to works of art from such great masters as Raphael, Bernini, Michelangelo and Caravaggio, the city itself is a masterpiece of sculptures, fountains and churches. Rome offers visitors a rich blend of history, culture and art through such a multitude of venues and attractions that a single visit may not be enough.

NAPLES - UNESCO World Heritage Site

"See Naples and die" is an Italian saying of unknown origin and authorship. The idea of the proverb is that after one has seen Naples there is nothing else worth seeing, comparatively speaking. Extending over 720 hectares, the historic center of Naples is the largest historic center in all of Europe. Visiting Naples's historic center means traveling through twenty centuries of history. The design of its streets, piazzas, churches, monuments and public buildings and castles constitute a jewel box of artistic and historical treasures of exceptional importance, so much so that together, they earned their spot on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1995.


A splendid palace, a gracious garden, and all the opulence you'd expect from a royal residence is found at the Palace of Caserta. It was built by King Charles when he took the throne of the Kingdom of Naples, wanting to establish a prestigious place that would be "fit for a Bourbon king". The magnificent mansion and gorgeous gardens were meant to rival the splendor of Versailles and act as a symbol of the new kingdom.
The Royal Palace at Caserta and its park, inserted as one of the 53 Italian UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1997, are treasures of truly incomparable splendor.


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