Song for stars

Fryday night, from July 1st to 22nd
II edition

Music live performance in the planetarium. Four artists, four kind of music, to offer a new way to get in touch with the sky.


6.30 p.m. – 11.30 p.m.
Last admission at 10.30 p.m.

From July, 1 to August, 31 will be open on friday evening from 6.30 p.m. to 11.30 p.m.


6.30 p.m. Ticket office opening
7.00 p.m. – 9.30 p.m. Apericena (booking required)
9.00 Performance live in Planetarium, lasting about 30 min; replay at 10.00 p.m. and 11.00 p.m. (not on July 8)

During the evening you can visit the exhibition and take part to the music performance in planetarium.

Performance program




Friday, July 1 – Time Machine, Pink Floyd Tribute
9.00 p.m. Performance live
10.00 p.m. replay
11.00 p.m. replay





Friday, July 8 – Eliana Grasso
9.00 p.m. Performance live
10.00 p.m. replay





Friday, July 15 – Angelo Adamo Trio
9.00 p.m. Performance live
10.00 p.m. replay
11.00 p.m. replay




Friday, July 22 – Floating Collective
9.00 p.m. Performance live
10.00 p.m. replay
11.00 p.m. replay



Song for Stars
FREE, untile available paces, with the Museum Ticket

Museum Ticket
REDUCED 6€ for 6-18 years, over 60 years, university students from 18 to 25 years, group (minimum 15 people).
FREE for Abbonamento Musei or Torino+Piemonte card


Booking not required.
No guided tour during the evening.
The structure of does not present architectiual barriers. has FREE parking for cars, motorbikes and buses in via Osservatorio. There are also disabled parking areas. Follow the signs and directions from staff.


The Cafeteria, managed by Cooperativa Patchanka, will be open during the event.

If you want to go to the Cafeteria, you have to buy the Museum ticket.

The Cafeteria proposes the Apericena on the eveningh night. Booking is required whitin friday, 12.00 pm

Apericena with alcoholic drink: 10€
Apericena with non-alcoholic drink: 8€
Apericena for children: 6€

For booking, info and questions about menu you can contact Francesco Fanelli at 347 1077170 or write a mail.

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