Via del Campo 29Rosso

Liguria has returned to the "orange zone" from February 14. 
Therefore, as part of the measures to combat the covid-19 outbreak, the Museums and places of culture remain closed, and the exhibitions in these places are suspended, until further notice.


Until February 2010, in the heart of the historic centre of Genoa, no. 29rosso of Via del Campo, made famous by Fabrizio De André in the song of the same name, was home to "Musica Gianni Tassio", the historic music shop that became a "memorial site" for De André’s fans after the Genoese singer-songwriter died on 11 January  1999.

Today, the story of this little shrine to the artist continues, and is being relaunched thanks to the Emporio-Museo della Canzone d’Autore Genovese (emporio-museum of Genoese singer-songwriters), in which you can admire original vinyl records, photographs, books, vintage magazines, curiosities, and the "Esteve '97", Fabrizio's old guitar.

For information on prices and schedules, please visit the organisation's website.

Useful information

Tel: +39 0102474064
In treno: Stazione di Genova Piazza Principe, 10 minuti a piedi In autobus: fermate Nunziata - Gramsci / Metro Darsena - Zecca / Carmine In metro: fermata Darsena
Assisted access, the facility presents one or more physical obstacles which require the assistance of the personnelPets allowedFree admission