Bruce Springsteen in Monza, the park is accessible, the concert is on

Will the Bruce Springsteen concert take place in Monza? That’s a question that many are asking after the area has been repeatedly hit by storms. In the last few days, the park committee has called for everything to be stopped: “There is a risk of trees or branches falling over. The arrival of 70,000 people would only add to the damage caused by the storm,” he said courier Speaker Bianca Montrasio. After a summit with the Prefecture, the Municipality of Monza announced this morning that “the park is accessible and the security conditions are suitable to welcome the 70,000 people expected in the city” for Springsteen’s third Italian concert in 2023.

reports The citizen that “the teams are also in full swing at Monza Park, with the help of 45 forestry technicians: the removal of the last trees and branches is being completed in order to clear the access roads to the Gerascia meadow.” The gates will open shortly to allow access to the many fans who have already arrived in Monza for the concert.”

Admission to the concert area is scheduled for 2pm, at 4pm there will be a performance by the Teskey Brothers, at 5.45pm Tash Sultana, at 7.30pm Springsteen accompanied by the E Street Band.

As for the traffic conditions, you can check the information (and the corresponding changes) in the Website of the Municipality of Monza. In any case, all the paths that lead to the concert area in Prato della Gerascia in Monza Park are pedestrian zones. Instead, traffic will be closed to all motor vehicles not scheduled for maintenance. Detailed information on the website Monza mobility and that of the organizer barley art.

There are recommended but not mandatory entrances related to the pit sectors. The recommended entrances for Pit e and B1 are Biassono Costa Bassa and Biassono Santa Maria delle Selve; The recommended entrances for all boxes are Porta Vedano and Porta Monza. On Monza Mobilità you will also find information on parking and shuttles.

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