A tasting for the 2017’s next months… waiting for Yes Milano 2018
“Yes Milano” is the new brand to promote Milano and its international events starting from 2017 but with its principal programming during all the next year, 2018
Milan in 2018 will be an even more vital city, able to fascinate those who live it every day and attract those who choose it for leisure, those who reach it for work and those who want to invest in creating new business. Culture, art, fashion, design, movie, music, food, photography, architecture, literature. 2018 will be marked by thematic weeks and weekends.
Let’s discover what will happen in the next months until 2018.
20th – 25th September 2017
Milano Moda Donna brings the entire world of fashion to Milano.
Catwalk shows, presentations and events: Milano steps confidently onto the international stage, strong in the knowledge of its unique global position, able to represent the whole production chain, from yarn to finished garment.
7th – 15th October 2017
Design rethinks itself, through experimental research and project culture.
In a programme encompassing the celebrated design districts, meetings, conferences, films, exhibitions and installations all enhance Milano’s ability to innovate by networking the many excellent resources that characterize the industry sector.
20th – 26th November 2017
Seven days of concerts, dj sets, showcases, presentations, themed evenings, surprise events and parties held throughout Milano with the participation of national and international guests.
An across-the-city festival that aims to make Milano a true music capital: the entire music industry gets involved with great venues, training centres, promoters and authors all offering a platform for industry professionals and an increasingly more enjoyable music festival for the city.
16th – 19th November 2017
Meetings with authors, performances, readings, workshops, exhibitions and a reading marathon all create a calendar packed with over 1000 dates.
During the three-day event Milano returns to being the city of literary debates and café culture: the joy of reading, a precious experience that combines innovation and tradition, the books and the readers themselves become the driving force and the protagonists.