This May in Rome is jam packed full of great things to do including BBQ, good music, good food and good art! The weather is also getting warm so come to Rome and soak up the sun and culture!
Fri May 01 2015 at 12:30 pm
Birra turbacci, località monte dei porci 50, Mentana, Italy
The Birra Turbacci Country fest is a great day out for all the family with lots of different things to do and see as well as great food, beer and music!
You can start the day by having lunch with the brilliant Venerando Valastro who is known as "the king of the grill" and you can taste some delicious American BBQ style food both meat and vegetarian! (For the BBQ Venerable a reservation is required by 22nd April as places are limited)
AMERICAN BBQ – Meat – (only lunch / afternoon) Price 22 € – single dish consisting of:
Spare ribs with Baked beans – Pulled pork with Coleslaw – Cam-wursterl puree and bacon with mustard sauce
AMERICAN BBQ -Vegetarian- (only lunch / afternoon) Price 16 € – single dish consisting of:
Coleslaw – Jack Potatoes – Ratatouille-
There are also chefs who will prepare various different dishes and homemade desserts such as Cheesecake and Banana Split which can also be purchased with tokens.
In the afternoon there will be Mississippi River Band to entertain the party with their live music and at the same time there is also Beer Pong that can also be played with children.
From 13 to 15 the Riding School Talus will open up their stables nearby. For those who want to try, there will be opportunities for younger people to ride Ponies and adults to ride Horses. They will also teach you a lot about the sport of horse riding.
The drinks can only be purchased using tokens:
1 token = 1 €
Benefit Package 7 tokens + a Turbacci pint glass that you can keep 10 €
For beers on tap, you can choose the different formats:
20 cl – 2 tokens
30 cl – 3 tokens
40 cl – 4 tokens
Sunday, May 10, 21.00
Auditorium Parco della Musica – Sala Santa Cecilia – Rome
Come and see the legendary Sinead O´Connor perform live in Rome, it is sure to be a fantastic night. For tickets to see Sinead O´Connor click here.
Not far from the Colosseum you'll find the hip quarter of Monti, which hosts a fantastic "urban market" every weekend – held in the conference hall of Grand Hotel Palatino. Founded in 2009, the market is a blend of contemporary creativity and vintage fashion: expect to find everything from handicrafts from cutting-edge designers to retro clothing, furniture and homeware items. The colourful and diverse array of trinkets and fashion on sale makes Mercato Monti an ideal place for a weekend wander, and the perfect excuse to explore the other independent stores and galleries dotted around the rest of the area's small streets.
• Via Leonina, mercatomonti.com. Every weekend 10am-8pm
The ambitious yet somewhat obscure Norweigan-American artist Hendrik Christian Andersen moved to Rome at the end of the 19th century where he lived for over 40 years. When he died he left all his works to the Italian state, and his studio home – an art-nouveau villa between the river and via Flaminia – was eventually converted into a museum where some 200 sculptures, 200 paintings and 300 graphic works are now displayed. With an interest in urban planning and architecture, much of Andersen's work is inspired by the idea of a great "world city", an intriguing concept to explore in the context of a visit to Rome itself.
• Via Pasquale Stanislao Mancini, 20, museoandersen.beniculturali.it
Open Tues-Fri 9.30am-6pm, Sat-Sun 9.30am-7pm
First weekend in May – Open House Roma. Guided tours of buildings and architecture studios in Rome. Free but reservations required – See Open House Roma.
If you are planning on coming to Rome and havent yet found somewhere to stay then take a look at Habitat Apartments where you will find a variety of different apartments available to rent. Featured below is the Pineto Attic Apartment which is in a great location just a few minutes walk from the Vatican Museums.
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