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5 things to do for the Milan weekend

From June 21 to 23

5 things to do for the Milan weekend From June 21 to 23

The calendar says that this is the first weekend of summer, and if you can't enjoy the sun with your feet wet in some pool or on the seaside, Milan, even in these three days, offers the right alternative. First of all, we must not lose the good habit of partying, perhaps even discovering some secrets of Japanese cuisine. If you are looking to renew your wardrobe then, nss sports will bring the right vibes to your closet.

Here are 5 tips for your weekend in the city.


To Club - Floristeria Floresta Magica


The event that embraces the entire city of Milan starting from Parco Forlanini. On the occasion of the "Fête de la Musique", born in 1981 in France and then became a reference point in all the major European cities, three days of purifying DJ Sets.

All the weekend
Parco Forlanini, Milan
Info here


To Shop - nss sports summer drop

Summer vibes in the new Tye-Dye drop by nss sports. A collection of 6 unique new items, handmade with a custom logo made by Japanese designer Gucci Maze. Two tees, three models of Botton-Down shirts and one long sleeve to turn the string of black clothes you still have in the wardrobe.



To Eat - Milano Sushi Festival

Milano Sushi Festival is the first event in the city dedicated to the most loved oriental dish in the world. The scheduled events are meetings and demonstrations but above all a selection of the best sushi restaurants in the area.

All the wekend
Piazza Città di Lombardia, Milan
From 12:00 to 24:00
Free entry


To Chill - Poetic Blitz on the Naviglio

If you are among those who want to rest on Saturday without renouncing the Milanese nightlife movement, this Saturday 8 actors directly from a boat docked on the Alzaia pier will perform an artistic performance, including poems and stories. A different soundtrack for your Negroni.

Saturday 22 June
Alzaia Naviglio Grande
From 21:30


To Discover - Milano Pride 2019


On the night of June 27 of 50 years ago, in a Manhattan, a group of transgender opposed the police raids. From that moment on, the pride of the LGBT community is celebrated all over the world, with a week of events, exhibitions, and parades. The initiative also arrives in Milan starting this weekend.

All the weekend
Schedule here
Free entry