Prop Chandelier from Jovanotti’s “Lorenzo Live 2018” Tour
Bid on this exclusive chandelier No.1, used as prop during “Lorenzo Live 2018” tour.
Eleven Italian cities are still hosting the Tour of the acclaimed Italian singer and additional dates across the border have been also added in Stuttgart, Vienna, Zurich, Brussels and Lugano.
The set designed to put you in the party mood turns the arenas into outstanding Party Halls ignited by a simple, yet strong idea – a choreography consisting of traditional giant chandeliers, which go up and down in a great pyrotechnic show.
The 13 chandeliers used during the concerts were created by Lorenzo himself and designed by Claudio Santucci of Giò Forma. Each chandelier is 370 wide and hosts 200 linear meters of true crystal pendants. The idea was born in Florence where Lorenzo was recording his new album “Oh, vita!”, which has already gone triple platinum only six months after its release.
The lucky winner will personally pick up the chandelier during the last stop of the Tour at the Assago Forum (Milan).
Croce Viola is a volunteer ambulance association based in Milan, Italy and founded in 1949.
It provides much-needed emergency services to the entire city but is entirely reliant on the goodwill of 120 volunteers, who give up their time to provide this vital service, 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
In total, more than 30,000 hours of emergency assistance have been volunteered per year, saving lives as well as supplying essential patient transportation services and non-emergency medical on-call service.
Croce Viola also delivers comprehensive first aid training programs to both the public and to companies, giving people the knowledge to intervene in crucial situations where it matters most—such as the Heimlich maneuver when a person's airways are obstructed. Not only that, but Croce Viola is also committed to helping at local and community events to provide first aid and safety procedures.
The association has recently put together an innovative campaign to promote the importance of first aid among primary school children. This plan will be extended to older children in the future, teaching them the essentials of first aid, from the very basics all the way to cardio-pulmonary resuscitation.
All these important projects, as well each one of the association’s ambulances, are funded entirely by charitable donations.