Napoli 2019 closing ceremony at San Paolo Stadium on July 14th
The 30th Summer Universiade Closing Ceremony, conceived and produced by Balich Worldwide Shows, will take place on July 14th, 9:00 PM, at San Paolo Stadium.
Thanks to the team that worked on many unforgettable Olympic Ceremonies, led by Marco Balich, Naples will host another great live show, which this time will be directed by Stefania Opipari.
The tradition of “Caffè sospeso” (Suspended Coffee) inspired the concept of the Closing Ceremony. The spirit of sport meets Naples hospitality, becoming a value that, from Naples’ Universiade, will spread into Italy and the whole world, even after the cauldron’s flame has extinguished.
The Closing Ceremony will be a celebration, filled with energy and colours, where tradition meets the future and the positive feelings shared by young people.
The true protagonists of the event will be the heroes of the Universiade: athletes. The great parade, the most representative and thrilling images from the last competition days will be commented on the stage by The Jackal, on the notes of a great concert by Clementino and Mahmood, among the other talents who will join the event.
A Closing Ceremony which will leave its mark and will conclude with a majestic firework show. An homage to the courage and the strength of a whole Region, Campania, with its values of peace and hospitality, the same founding principles of the Universiade.
Ticket selling will start tomorrow: 4 euros “Distinti” zone, A side Grandstand, Posillipo Grandstand; the price for “Curva A” is 2 euro. Kids under 5 years old, accompanied by their parents with ticket, can access the venue for free.
Tickets can be purchased online from the official website of the event www.universiade2019napoli.it and in normal ticket offices.
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