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5 things to do for the Milan weekend

From August 30 to September 1

5 things to do for the Milan weekend From August 30 to September 1

With sadness, we have to face once again that old dilemma we had forgotten about during our days at the beach or while walking around gorgeous foreign cities: what does have Milan to offer in the weekends? To help you out with the drama of going back to work, nss magazine has selected for you the best events of this weekend. You'll get through this. 


To Club - Franco126 Live

With a Frigobar filled with fresh beers, Franco126 is ready to jump on the stage of Magnolia to make you sing all the hits from his latest album, Stanza Singola, along with the unforgettable songs made with Carl Brave. You'll feel like you were in Rome. 

Friday, August 30th 
Circolo Magnolia
Circonvallazione Idroscalo, 41 Segrate
h 19 - 00
Tickets available here


To Chill - Sono Così Indie La Festa!

A dip in the pool + fresh beers + streetfood + a good selection of indie music = the best way to spend your Saturday, enjoying the last moments of summer. 

Saturday, August 31st 
Giardino Ventura
via Ventura 12, Milan
h 17 - 2
Presales here, €10 on site 


To Shop - Frip 

In front of the Colonne di San Lorenzo hides a refined and bright store that can boast a curated selection of Scandinavian brands - if you're looking for Acne Studios gems this is the place for you - as well as other labels including Drôle de Monsieur, Lucio Vanotti, Marques Almeida and Marios. 

Corso di Porta Ticinese, 16 


To Discover - Brera Botanical Garden

During the first weekend of September, the Botanical Garden of Brera will be extraordinarily open to give you the chance to enjoy a long walk in an oasis that extends for more than 5000 MQ. 

Sunday, September 1st 
Brera Botanical Garden
via Brera, 28
h 10 - 18
Free entry


To Eat - Beijing Traditional Roll

A few months ago in via Paolo Sarpi a new restaurant opened that prepares this famous Beijing rolls, that have nothing to do with the famous spring rolls: here the dough, made of flour or soy, is filled with fried chicken, duck, fish balls, pork and much more. 

Bejing Traditional Roll
via Paolo Sarpi, 29