July 20th @ Revel Park

(Hwy 7 & 400)

Enzo ‘Pupo’ Ghinazzi,

Nicola Di Bari &

Cugini di Campagna


3PM -11PM

Tickets Available at the Door

$25 At the Door  – Children under 12 Free

July 20th @ Interchange Park

Legends of Italia is coming to Vaughan!

Join us July 20th at Interchange Park where Pupo, Nicola Di Bari and the Cugini di Campanga will be performing live! Also, enjoy lots of Italian activities, including Bocce, Briscola and Gitoni for both fun and a Tournament! There will also be top Italian Restaurants and Vendors selling food, drinks and desserts. This will be the largest one day Cultural Event in Vaughan.

Enzo 'Pupo' Ghinazzi

For more than 25 years, Enzo Ghinazzi, aka Pupo, has been making an impact upon the world of pop music. His first single, “Ti Sorivero,” came out in 1975 and began a path to worldwide success that would lead to several hit albums and a host of awards including the Gondola D’Oro in 1981 for the album Piu Di Prima.

His world tours have taken him to a number of well-known venues including Royal Albert Hall, Madison Square Garden, the Maple Garden in Toronto, and Paris’ L’Olympia. His 1986 tour of the former Soviet Union stopped at historic theaters in Tallin, Leningrad, and Moscow, and helped build a fan base that lingers to this day.

Nicola Di Bari

Singing in his native Italian or in Spanish (which he considers his second language), Nicola Di Bari (born: Michele Scommegna) has been melting hearts with his romantic balladry for more than four decades. Since scoring a hit with his debut single, “Amore Ritorna a Casa (Love Returns to the House),” in 1964, he’s maintained a constant presence on Italy’s pop charts.

Cugini di Campagna

The band achieved some success with its first single, “Il ballo di Peppe”, that was launched by the radio-program Alto Gradimento. In 1973 the band gained more success with the song “Anima mia”, then they achieved a series of commercial hits until the early eighties. After a difficult period the band resurfaced in 1997, with a new lineup, thanks to the RAI TV-show Anima mia, whose success lead to the rediscovery of their eponymous song and band; from then Cugini produced a series of albums, containing both re-arranged versions of their earlier hits as well as new songs.