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Malatesta & Montefeltro

Artists on the streets

17th International Buskers Festival


Pennabilli, a medieval town and a rare beauty in the green heart of Italy, hosts over two hundred masters of entertainment arriving from all over the world to impress and amaze all those coming to visit.

Excellent musicians and excentric jugglers as well as actors, inventors, story tellers, painters, sculptors and acrobats will be the stars of one of the best European street artist events.

In just five days, 50 international companies (around 200 artists) from 19 different countries will perform.

There will be a total of 400 repeat performance and 22 different venues used in the streets and squares of the historical centre of this beautiful Malatesta town, as well as two circuses, Vittoria Theatre and other interesting locations and areas created by the great maestro Tonino Guerra.

The festival will take place even in the event of bad weather: shows will be held in the tensile structures in the “Palacirco” area, at Vittoria Theatre and in public venues and covered areas all around the old town centre.

The programme is free and distributed at entrances and information points and gadgets, t-shirts, information booklets and festival music CDs are available at the cash desks and “gadgets” sales points in the main square.
An iPhone application with the programme, information and a map has been provided.

It is strictly forbidden to enter the festival accompanied by dogs of any size or with glass containers; there will also be restrictions on the consumption of alcohol.


Opening time:

from 3.00 pm to 01.30 am
every day at Palacirco the party goes till 3.30 am



8/10 €  (including all performances)
Children under 14 years free entrance



  • from 06/06/2013 to 09/06/2013

Contact details

Pennabilli - Phone: (+39) 0541 928003 - 340 7136438 Associazione Ultimo Punto - [email protected] -

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