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April arrives with live music events

live music in april

In Paphos April arrives with a series of live music events as cafés and bars continue to welcome guests. The musicians and venues of Paphos have been busy trying to pick up entertainment from where they left off, following all health protocols.

On April 1 Mid-life Crisis will head to Searays Café bar for a live performance starting at 2pm. Mid-Life Crisis are a popular five-piece rock covers band from Paphos playing well-known rock covers from the 70s, 80s and 90s. Their usual repertoire includes energetic hits from AC/DC, David Bowie, The Rolling Stones and The Jam.

A few days later, on April 4 female vocal duo The Dots will perform at Searays café bar to add some tunes to your Sunday lunch. Indigo and Louise sing a mix of favourite tunes and a part of their repertoire is open to their audiences. Spectators can request a song for the duo to perform during the event. Also on Sunday 4, the well-known blues band The Zilla Project will play at the Hogshead Pub in Emba, Paphos. Their performance at 5pm is part of the Paphos Sessions events, organised by the Paphos Music Lovers Association. Known for their electric blues-rock sound, the Zilla Project guys will perform songs from their debut album This One’s for the President as well as their unique versions of Blues classics.


MID-Life Crisis on Cyprus National Day

Popular 5-piece rock covers band to perform live. April 1. Searays Café bar, Pegaia, Paphos. 2 pm. Essential booking. Tel: 99-617415

The Dots

Live performance by female vocal duo. April 4. Searays Café bar, Pegaia, Paphos. 1 pm. Essential booking. Tel: 99-617415

The Zilla Project

Leading blues band of the island performs live. April 4. Hogshead Pub, Emba, Paphos. 5 pm. €15. Tel: 99-858643

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