Are you looking for music and fun to celebrate Carnival this Friday, February 25? Then go to the Hard Rock Cafe in Florence where SUZY Q CARNIVAL CIRCUS will perform on stage and take over the audience with their irreverent performance!
The Tuscan dance music band celebrate their 25 years on stage with the masked evening with dinner and drinks in full Hard Rock style, starting at 8pm. Whimsical and carefree, with over 1200 concerts under their belt, SUZY-Q is much more than just a cover band; they are, in fact, real entertainment performers. Rock lovers, but with a full dance repertoire, Suzy-Q will take over the Carnival celebrations at the Hard Rock Cafe Florence with their wide repertoire that ranges from dance music from DJs such as Guetta, Sinclair, Harris and Avicii, up to iconic dance songs from the 80s and 90s.
Reservations are required, and you can choose between the Special VIP package with Dinner & Show €30 (with soft drink) or €35 (with alcoholic drink). Hours for dinner bookings are at 8pm, 8.30pm and 9pm.
Book your evening online: https://shop.link2ticket.nl/S/Event/A1hXcUMFel1BUQ/A1hXcUMFd11EVQ
Costumes are welcome!
Wine, Music and Burger
If the combination of American cuisine and prestigious wines seems interesting to you, then check out the “God Save the Wine” evening at the Hard Rock Cafe, on the evening of February 24th starting at 7.30 pm.
God Save The Wine, an event promoted by Firenze Spettacolo and Leonardo Tozzi, brings the spirit of rock to the world of wine. Among the participating wineries, an exclusive presentation on the Italian market of “Hampton Water”, the rosè wine by Jon Bon Jovi, famous leader of the American rock group formed in 1983 in New Jersey.
Then from 8.30 pm, the Last Minute Dirty Band will perform on stage with an elegant and engaging show inspired by rock ‘n’ roll, rhythm & blues and pop music of the 50s and 60s.
About Lourdes Flores
An American living in Florence for over 10 years, Lourdes continues to explore and discover new places in Tuscany with the eyes of a tourist but with the experience of living in Italy. She shares her experiences on this blog and website, particularly offering lots of travel planning help on the Forum!