Fees and Tickets

Most clubs charge a cover (usually €10–€20), which often includes the first drink.

Depending on the venue, concert tickets can cost €7–€50, or as much as several hundred euros for an exclusive, sold-out event.

Often, you can find seating that is unreserved (identified in Italian as posti non numerati), or even last-minute tickets. Inquire about this option when ticket shopping; you may have to arrive early to get a good seat.

Purchase opera and concert tickets in advance at the box office, or just before the performance.

Orbis. An in-person, cash-only ticket vendor, Orbis stocks a wide array of tickets for music, cultural, and performance events. Piazza dell'Esquilino 37, Repubblica, Rome, Latium, 00185. 06/4827403; www.boxofficelazio.it.

Ticketone. Ticketone is the go-to spot for all cultural event listings—from archaeological sites and museums to stand-alone events—in Rome. Online reservations require tenacity. www.ticketone.it.

VivaTicket. One of Italy's largest ticket vendors (both online and at ticket offices), VivaTicket covers major musical performances and cultural events in Rome and throughout Italy. www.vivaticket.it.

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