Seven of the world's most celebrated illusionists are coming to Athens on their 2020 European Tour, presenting a family-friendly jaw-dropping spectacle at the Faliro Indoor Arena. After wowing New York audiences for three record-breaking years in a row and touring the United States and Canada, the production promises stage illusions, mind reading, incredible daring escapes and comedic magic.
Field Entertainment transports the action of the smash-hit animated adventure "Frozen" onto ice, complete with amazing scenery and cool special effects, and will be bringing its production to Athens for a run at the Faliro Indoor Arena from November 20-24 before heading north to Thessaloniki's PASOK arena for another run on November 29 to December 1.
Crooner Eros Ramazzotti, hailed as the best-selling Italian signer over the past 30 years, comes to Athens as part of an ongoing tour ahead of the November release of his album "Vita Ce N'e." He will be performing at the Faliro Indoor Arena on Friday, September 27. Doors open at 7.30 p.m. and the show starts at 10 p.m.
DJ Snake, who broke into the pop music scene in the early 2010s, headlines this year's Primer Music Festival, taking place at the Plateia Nerou (Water Square) stage on Athens' southern coast. DJ Snake first became a sensation with his 2015 hit "Turn Down for What" with Lil' Jon. Since then, he has been recognized as a foremost French DJ, performing on countless stages across the world.
The focus of this year's Street Food & Tunes festival, which takes place at the Napolitivo bar-restaurant at Flisvos Marina in Palaio Faliro on Tuesday, July 2, is the culinary stylings of Italy. Visitors will be able to tuck into pizza, pasta, ice cream and beer, with musical accompaniment provided by world traveler and DJ extraordinaire Miss Catalina on the decks. Admission is free.
The troupe of celebrated Irish-American Lord of the Dance choreographer Michael Flatley will be stopping in Athens with "Dangerous Games," for a single show at the Faliro Indoor Arena on Wednesday, June 19. The Lord of the Dance ensemble made its first appearance in 1996 and has since performed to more than 80 million people in 100 countries.