frequently asked questions


Piano City Milano will take place in all city halls, in public and non-public places, private homes and museums. The heart of the festival will start beating on Friday, May 19 from the Main Stage set up in the Galleria D'Arte Moderna park, with entrance from Via Marina. The full list of locations and performances is available here
You can check out the program directly here. Otherwise you can find the printed version at all public and private festival locations, as well as at the main cultural venues and infopoints in the city
Piano City Milano staff will be available at all locations to support you with information regarding the concerts.
The INFO POINT at G.A.M. is active on Friday, May 19 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday, May 20 and Sunday, May 21 from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
INFO LINE +39 366 9771338 -
Festival locations can be reached by public transportation. Check the program for information on specific locations and public or shared transportation options.
The festival website has an event map that you can browse to find out about each venue and related concerts. In addition, staff is available at each location to answer any questions or provide directions to specific locations.
Piano City Milano's more than 280 concerts are free admission. Only about 30 require reservations due to space constraints. Find useful information in the program.
If a concert appears "SOLD OUT" on our program, it means that you can't even sign up for the "waiting list".
If on DICE appears "sign up for the waiting list", you can sign up for the "waiting list" and as soon as a seat becomes available again, the system will automatically update email subscribers according to the position on the list. More details here.
YES, the dice app is mandatory for concerts by reservation: once you book your ticket, you will receive a confirmation email and the QR needed to access the concerts. As a reminder, most concerts are free admission until seats are filled.
Given the multiplicity and diversity of locations, it is not possible to establish a common practice in case of rain. We kindly invite you to check the news on our website.
No, there is no need to leave and then re-enter. You can stay inside the GAM premises from the afternoon until the start of the evening concerts.
There is a dedicated bar at GAM open to the public during all concert hours.
Yes, the festival is committed to providing access for people with disabilities. The festival takes place in public and private venues, and bathrooms are present according to current regulations.
Yes, the festival takes place in public and private places and bathrooms are present according to the regulations in place.
Yes, you can, but it is required not to disturb the artist during their performance with flash.
No, the rules of the park do not allow dogs, only service dogs are allowed.
Of course! The four-klegged friends who are apssionate about music can safely go, on a leash, at:
- Piazza Donne Partigiane
- Zoja - P.le della Cooperazione
- Mosso - Via Angelo Mosso
- Mare Culturale Urbano - Torrette
- Ex macello
The Municipality of Milan does not allow access to GAM park.
The following items are not allowed inside the GAM: bottles, cans, glass containers, trolleys, pointed umbrellas, cutlery of any kind, sprays.
Yes, it is allowed to bring food inside the GAM.
We strongly recommend securing your bicycles outside the park and accessing the park by foot.

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