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“Happy days” in Barge and Verzuolo

The vintage fair dedicated to the Fifties and Sixties comes to Saluzzo on Friday 4th and Sunday 6th October. A journey through time with the musical successes and dances of the past, for a corner of clothes and objects, for photo-memories with a vintage flavour and games of the past.

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The world of the Fifties and Sixties is revived in a double appointment that involves the Saluzzese on the first weekend of October. On Friday 4th from 9 pm under the palatenda of the Ottobata di Barge and on Sunday 6th afternoon in the ancient village of Villa di Verzuolo the new format of entertainment called “Movin ‘On” is presented: the circuit of itinerant events that for years brought the contest of DJs and the record in the squares of the lower Piedmont is reinvented with a new formula, bringing in the province one of the most trendy “musts” in Italian cities: the vintage party.

“Happy Days”, this is the name of the initiative conceived by Andrea Caponnetto and Serena Scaffardi, born from the collaboration between three Piedmontese realities: Luny of Asti, Mozart baby of Turin and Agenzia Acca di Saluzzo. The objective is to involve the public in a complete immersion in the fabulous Fifties and Sixties, bringing it into the context of completely new music, costumes, games and dances. And it becomes an opportunity to tell young people about celebrities, fashions, and the musical turns of that unforgettable period.

In the Bargese evening in a mainly dancing version (with a disco music “tail”) and in the afternoon verzuolese, in the context of the Madonna del Rosario fair, participants will be able to try the original clothes of those years and pose in the vintage corner, take part in the photo booth, challenge each other in the games of the past (the best ones will be awarded) and go wild on the notes of the great classics twist, rock ‘n roll and boogie.

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