Sanremo 2023: fee and earnings for conductors, guests and singers

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All the issues of the Sanremo Festival 2023: the expected fees for conductors and singers in the competition, the costs for Rai and estimated revenues from the sale of advertising space.

The hour is approaching Sanremo Music Festival 2023 but for weeks the spotlight was also turned on fees guests, conductors and singers of the competition. In fact, the issue of cachets has always aroused great interest and ca va sans dire fierce controversy.

If in the past the Rai for the Festival of Sanremo put on the table a budget even at more than 17 million, for this 73rd edition of the singing festival – like last year – the parts of viale Mazzini should have opted for a slight cut in expenses.

A small scale, though I 42 million in revenue brought home thanks to last year’s record-setting issue, with Rai thus breaking the previous record of 38 million in 2021 in 2022.

After all, for Sanremo 2023 Rai would be selling packages of advertising breaks from 15 seconds from 715,000 euros to a maximum of 1.7 million; for telepromotion instead, they must serve an estimated 2.1 million.

If Rai hopes to replenish his coffers thanks to the Festival, let’s see in detail what the cachet planned for the conductor Amadeus, the four co-hosts, the guests and the 28 singers who will compete in Sanremo 2022.

How much do conductors and guests earn in Sanremo 2023

About amadeuswho this year will also double as artistic director and conductor of the Festival, there is talk of a fee of 70,000 euros per night for a total of 350,000 euros.

At the 2023 edition of the Sanremo Festival, Amadeus will be present alongside Gianni Morandi who are rumored to be getting €60,000 a night or better 300,000 euros in total.

The remuneration of each of the companies should also remain unchanged compared to last year four co-hosts: for Clara Ferragni (first and fifth night), Francesca Fagnani (second night), Paula Egonu (third night) and Clara Francini (fourth night), a sign of 25,000 euros with Fedez’s wife who should raise 50,000 euros given the two nights he will be present: however, the influencer has already made it known that he will donate all the fee to charities.

Singers in Sanremo 2022, how much they earn

For the 28 singers competing in Sanremo the usual indemnity shall be recognized as reimbursement of expenses of an amount equal to 48,000 euros.

No cash prizes for winnerwho will still be able to benefit – like the other singers in the competition – from a significant economic return thanks to growing record sales, popularity on social media and TV appearances thanks to the visibility guaranteed by Sanremo.

It has to be said, though, that with the rise of streaming, Sanremo, in terms of sales, translates to around 1% of the market. The event promotional weight therefore, it has dropped considerably, so it could be an opportunity – as the FIMI President wishes – to review the expense reimbursements, given that bringing an artist to the competition in Sanremo costs around 100,000 euros in organizational expenses.

The winner of this edition of the Sanremo Festival will also have the opportunity to represent Italy in theEurovision Song Contest 2023 which will take place in Liverpool.

Source: Money It

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