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Mason Bar returns with live music and DJ sets

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Since its re-opening, Mason Bar in Limassol has hosted a few events already, and this week has more events on its agenda including a live band in a pure Soul style.

Triple Soul band, comprised of three established musicians – George Kalopedis, Antonis Polykarpou and Constantinos Paouros – features soul, funk, jazz and blues sounds as their name suggests. On Thursday, April 8, they’ll bring their groovy, soulful tunes to Mason Bar for a live show at 7.45pm until 10.30pm.

Vocalist and frontman Kalopedis has been one of the most popular soul singers in Cyprus over the past 20 years. He performs regularly with esteemed musicians across the island, including the Cyprus Jazzologia Big Band. On Thursday, he will join his fellow Limassol-based musician friends who are also well-established in the island’s music scene, for an evening of good ol’ funky soul music.

Throughout the week, Mason Bar will host several of its resident DJs to entertain its guests with some good tunes. On Wednesday 7, The After Work Party/Demi will take over the decks from 6pm onwards, then on Friday Gees will entertain while at the weekend two more DJ duos will join.

On Saturday 10, Pueblo Franco and the Mighty Scoop, a now popular DJ duo, will begin their set at 5.30pm and on Sunday 11, Pazzi and Pan will say goodbye to the weekend in their own style. As is ordinary these days, reservations for all events are essential to assure you’ll have a table to sit and a cocktail to sip on.

 

Triple Soul Band

Limassol-based band plays soul, funk and jazz. April 8. Mason Bar, Limassol. 7.45pm. €5. Tel: 99-878920

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