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Two day mouflon fiesta planned

by cyprus scouts association

A fun two-day festival will fill the Scouts Camping Site in Platania with music, beat boxing, theatre and dancing this weekend as the Mouflon Festival hosts 26 artists, six music performances and one theatre show.

First to perform at Mouflon Festival are Bob Yiannis and Michmich who will share experiences and feelings through original songs at 7.45pm on Saturday. Then Cyprus Beat Box will take the floor as Stefanos Vardas, the founder of the team, and Vasilis Limbouras will present a special beat boxing show at 8.10pm. The event to follow is a theatrical performance directed by Achilleas Grammatikopoulos titled Nostalgia.

In the 60-minute play, two actors face their memories and embark on a nostalgic trip down memory lane filled with intense emotions and humour. Wrapping up the first day of the festival is a music gig by band Alaloum. The three-piece band promise to create a funky party mood with their live music and covers of hit songs.

The second and final day of Mouflon will begin with a performance by a musical ensemble that was created specifically for the festival. The Platania Wind Ensemble is led by maestro Giorgos Krasides and will perform at 7.45pm on Sunday. Three saxophones, two flutes and one trumpet will fill the camp site with melodies.

Then the three-piece band Groovy Grooms, influenced by old classic rock will perform metal, pop and rock ballads at 8.40pm. Finally, Cypriot musician Demetris Mesimeris and a seven-member band will present Mesimeris’ original music, songs from his latest album and other current hits to close off two days in the mountains with even more music.


Mouflon Festival

Live music and more. August 20-21. Platania camping site, Limassol.,

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