The Italian artist Laura Pausini announced today that she will donate her treasure from the three concerts she will give in Venice, with which she will open her world tour, to various towns in her land, the Emilia Romagna region (north), devastated by the floods of the last week.
The singer will donate the money – the amount of which has not been specified – to three municipalities: Solarolo, where he grew up, Castelbolognese, where his parents reside, and Faenza, where his sister was born and lives.
The three towns are in the area most affected by the floods registered last week due to the overflow of several rivers, which have resulted in 14 deaths, tens of thousands of displaced people and destroyed infrastructure.
“They are the three municipalities most linked to my history and that have been affected by this tragedy. I return to the stage after 4 years and I want to do it by devoting my voice to my people,” he wrote on his social networks.
And I add: “I am with you, with my heart in the form of Romagna”.
Pausini celebrates thirty years of his career since he triumphed at the Sanremo Festival in 1993 with “La Solitudine” and to commemorate it he will sing in Venice on June 30 and July 21 at the Plaza de España in Seville, as a prelude to his next tour world.