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5 things to do for the Milan weekend

From April 26 to 28

5 things to do for the Milan weekend From April 26 to 28

A special week difficult to forget, Easter holidays and Liberation Day gave everyone a few days to enjoy exhibitions, picnics and excursions. Also, this weekend the city offers more than one solutions to enjoy lunches and barbecues, perhaps with a cocktail in the garden of the Triennale or under the stage of a French Synth Punk band.


To Chill - Sunset Cocktail Party @ Triennale

Imagine chilling in the garden of a museum, drinking Moscow Mule, listening to good music while the Milan sun sets behind Piazzale Cadorna. This is the aperitif planned in one of the symbolic places for Italian art: the Triennale.

Saturday, April 27 
From 18:30 
Viale Emilio Alemagna, 6
Drink + Food Box 10€


To Shop - East Market April Edition

One of the most eagerly awaited vintage markets returns, which for years has confirmed to be a real gold mine to give a little personality to your wardrobe. The best vintage from the 50s to the 00s, with an extended denim area, are you looking for a pair of Levis 501s?

Sunday, April 28 
From h 10 to 21 
Via Mecenate, 84
Free entry


To Eat - Gesto Disco Lunch

Gesto opens the new season with "Disco Lunch", the beginning of a new chapter for the restaurant that calls itself "A sofa on the Naviglio". Background of the lunch: the musical eclecticism of the Iranian DJ and producer Kiavash Kia.

Sunday, April 28
From h 12.30 to 16.30
Ripa di Porta Ticinese, 51


To Club - Kap Bambino @ Circolo Magnolia

At Circolo Magnolia arrives French Sinth Punk duo of Bordeaux Kap Bambino, which will present their latest album "Dust, Fierce, Forever" released on April 12th in a single exclusive date. Knowing Caroline and Orion's previous works, a banal live performance is not be expected, but rather an authentic explosion of energy and eccentricity.

Friday, April 26 
From h 21:00 to 1:00
Via Circonvallazione Idroscalo, 41
15€ + arci card


To Discover - Ingres @ Palazzo Reale 

This weekend could be the right time to discover the world and the artistic production of Jean-Auguste-Dominique-Ingres, one of the most elegant and refined artists who lived between the 18th and 19th centuries. At Palazzo Reale, an exhibition that analyzes the fundamental role that Milan played in its artistic production, between Odalisque and splendid portraits of Napoleon.

All weekend
from 9:30 to 19:30
Piazza del Duomo, 12