Digital printing on fine art baritata paper
Pop Festival at the Caracalla Bath. Rome, 1970 The Caracalla Pop Festival, held at the Baths of Caracalla in Rome from 10 to 11 October 1970, made history as the first free-entry Italian festival dedicated to the emerging musical trends of psychedelic and progressive rock. This extraordinary event was made possible thanks to the dedication and commitment of its organizers, Giovanni Cipriani, Eddie Ponti and Pino Tuccimei. It represented a fundamental moment in the promotion and diffusion of these new musical currents in Italy, opening the doors of the event to music enthusiasts and artists of the time to share their passion and discover new sonic horizons. Just to name a few, the New Trolls, Primitives, Sopwith Camel, Pooh, Four Kents, and many other important names in Italian music. The Caracalla Pop Festival not only marked a milestone in the history of Italian music, but remains an indelible reminder of the enthusiasm and creativity of those tumultuous years. Marcello Geppetti's shot fully captures the essence and enthusiasm of the thousands of young people who came to attend the concert-event.
The photo is sold with certificate of authenticity of Marcello Geppetti Media Company.The image is a detail created in an exclusive for Supermartek.