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Greek stars to perform in Cyprus this July

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Bars are open, events are happening, concerts are taking place, and it almost feels like an ordinary summer. Here to offer more carefree summer vibes and entertainment, several Greek musicians and singers are touring the island this summer with concerts throughout July.

First up is a single performance by Miltos Paschalides at Limassol’s Municipal Gardens on July 5. Following a sold-out performance in Athens, Miltos and his crew will host a vibrant night full of lively music performing some of his most beloved songs from his 14 albums and important collaborations.

Two days later, Pantelis Thalassinos will be at Pissouri Amphitheatre for one night only with Liza Theofanous. Following them to the stage on Cyprus is beloved singer Eleftheria Arvanitaki will perform at Curium Ancient Theatre first on July 18 before heading to Nicosia for a concert on the following evening at Skali Aglantzia.

Towards the end of the month, Giorgos Dalaras along with a 10-member orchestra and several soloists, will hold two concerts dedicated to Greek composer Dimitris Lagios. This year marks the 30th anniversary of Lagios’ passing and so Dalaras pays tribute to the composer’s work in a grand concert with invited singers and a musical ensemble. Two concerts will take place in Cyprus, the first at Curium Ancient Theatre on July 22 and the second at Nicosia’s School for the Blind. Tickets for all of the above concerts can be found at


Miltos Paschalides

Concert by Greek singer. July 5. Municipal Gardens Theatre, Limassol. 8.30pm. €20-25. Tel: 7777-7040

Pantelis Thalassinos

Greek musician performs live with guest Liza Theofanous. July 5. Pissouri Amphitheatre, Limassol. 8.30pm. €10-12. Tel: 7777-7040

Eleftheria Arvanitaki

Live concert by popular singer. July 18. Curium Ancient Theatre, Limassol. July 19. Skali Aglantzias, Nicosia. 9pm. €25-30. Tel: 7777-7040

Giorgos Dalaras performs for Dimitris Lagios

Concert dedicated to Greek composer Dimitris Lagios, marking 30 years since his passion. Numerous other musicians and singers participate. July 22. Curium Ancient Theatre, Limassol. July 26. School for the Blind, Nicosia. 9pm. €25-30. Tel: 7777-7040

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