ITALY – The Municipality of Turin, in fact, has identified two areas in which temporary structures will be set up. The first is right in front of the arena which will be the fulcrum of the whole event.
Torino Oggi, in particular, reports these details:
“A space dedicated to the press with workspaces, relaxation areas, areas for press conferences, TV Photo Studio, offices and a structure for delegations“.
There will also be about 40 soundproof booths for use by commentators, for a solution that had already been somehow “tested” at the tennis ATP Finals last November.
Furthermore, in the iconic Piazza Castello there will be a stage for shows with two towers, dressing rooms and backstage areas: in short, if we are not talking about one of the Eurovillage venues, or in any case the second venue for performances, we are not going too far.
Naturally, considering the technical complexities, yesterday a resolution was approved in the municipal council with which technical and administrative support will be requested from the Client Company of the Piedmont Region, which will be responsible for awarding the contracts, stipulating and executing the contracts and so on. saying.
The ticket sales procedures have not yet been disclosed: although no communication has been given, it is not difficult to attribute this delay to the problems encountered with the diffusion of the Omicron variant of Covid-19.
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