From the 13th to the 16th September 2018 Verona will hold the XVI edition of Tocatì, International Street Games Festival, organized by Associazione Giochi Antichi (AGA) in collaboration with the Municipality of Verona, with the support of the Veneto Region and of the City of Verona and with the patronage of UNESCO, AEJeST, MIBAC and ICDE.

This edition of Tocatì has received the European Year of Cultural Heritage patronage, officially opened on the occasion of the European Forum of Culture of 2017 in Milan. The Festival was chosen for its “passion for traditional games, respect for cultural diversity and intangible heritage and will to encourage intercultural dialog, social inclusion and sustainability in the urban and rural environments.”

By reason of this recognition, Tibor Navracsics, European Commissioner for education, culture, youth, and sport, will be in Verona to launch the Festival. For the occasion, a closed-door event is taking place on Thursday, September 13th at 9 am at the Verona Chamber of Commerce.
ALDA is proud to announce its presence at the event, through the participation of Anonella Valmorbida, Secretary General, Sofia Corsi, Project Manager Officer and Francesco Zarzana, member of the Culture Administration Council.

From the 13th to the 16th September 2018 Verona will hold the XVI edition of Tocatì, International Street Games Festival, organized by Associazione Giochi Antichi (AGA) in collaboration with the Municipality of Verona, with the support of the Veneto Region and of the City of Verona and with the patronage of UNESCO, AEJeST, MIBAC and ICDE.

This edition of Tocatì has received the European Year of Cultural Heritage patronage, officially opened on the occasion of the European Forum of Culture of 2017 in Milan. The Festival was chosen for its “passion for traditional games, respect for cultural diversity and intangible heritage and will to encourage intercultural dialog, social inclusion and sustainability in the urban and rural environments.”

By reason of this recognition, Tibor Navracsics, European Commissioner for education, culture, youth, and sport, will be in Verona to launch the Festival. For the occasion, a closed-door event is taking place on Thursday, September 13th at 9 am at the Verona Chamber of Commerce.
ALDA is proud to announce its presence at the event, through the participation of Anonella Valmorbida, Secretary General, Sofia Corsi, Project Manager Officer and Francesco Zarzana, member of the Culture Administration Council.