What to do in Milan: August 2020

by Web Editor
Estate Sforzesca 2020 (c) Giovanni Daniotti

What to do in Milan in August 2020: Where®Milan has round-up the most interesting and not-to-be-missed events of the month to be held in the beating heart of the city

Summer 2020 at Teatro Franco Parenti

9 Jun, 2020 – 16 Sep, 2020 @ See description –

Until 16 September 2020

Bagni Misteriosi, the open-air swimming pool adjacent to the Franco Parenti Theatre becomes the stage to a vast array of theatre performances.

Festival: “Estate Sforzesca 2020”, Open Air Events

21 Jun, 2020 – 3 Sep, 2020 @ See description –

Until 3 September 2020

Every evening, the Sforza Castle serves as the stage to a new live show, spanning from talks to theatre and music performances.

Summer Sales Season 2020

1 Aug, 2020 – 29 Sep, 2020 @ See description –

Until 29 September 2020

Sales season is one of the most highly-awaited times of the year for shopping addicts, allowing discounts up to 70%.

Exhibition: “Heimat. A Sense of Belonging”, at Armani/Silos

22 Feb, 2020 – 2 Aug, 2020 @ 11:00 am – 7:00 pm –

Until 2 August 2020

The spaces of Armani/Silos pay tribute to the work and artistic production of the recently departed photographer Peter Lindbergh with the exhibition “Heimat. A Sense of Belonging”.

Opera Events 2020 at Teatro alla Scala

10 Dec, 2019 – 29 Nov, 2020 @ See description –

Until 29 November 2020

The Teatro alla Scala is one of Milan’s main attractions and authentic venues for live music and performances. In 2020 it boasts a wide range of opera performances featuring the participation of the best conductors and performers on the international scene.

Exhibition: “Storytelling” by Chinese Painter Liu Ye

30 Jan, 2020 – 28 Sep, 2020 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm –

Until 28 September 2020

Curated by Udo Kittelmann, the personal exhibition by Chinese painter Liu Ye becomes the protagonist of the North hall of Fondazione Prada exhibition space. The 35 paintings on display – which have been created from 1992 onwards – interact with the different colours and materials of the surrounding walls.

Check our events section for the full list of events in Milano!