17 July. One of Italy’s most popular bands since the 1980s, Litfiba sing politically activist rock, often in English. Their next gig is at the Carroponte on Friday 17 July at 21.30.
Their "Tetralogia Tour" is focused on their four successful albums El Diablo, Terremoto, Spirito and Mondi Sommersi, dedicated to the elements of fire, earth, air and water.
A renewed line-up brings back drummer Luca Martelli and keyboardist Federico Sagona and introduces bass player Franco Li Causi.
The Carroponte is near tram line 31, bus line 727 and metro stations Sesto Marelli or Sesto Rondò (M1) or Bignami (M5). The Carroponte (literally the “heavy-duty overhead crane”) is a celebrated example of post-industrial architecture, in which the former Breda locomotive factory was recycled by a team of architects into a cultural forum for concerts, screenings, meetings and other public events. Its new lease of life in the field of urban renewal started in 2006.