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Bands take the stage of Savino Live


Music and more music continue to fill Savino Live, enriching Larnaca’s nightlife with weekly live performances. In January, several bands head down to the music venue to entertain the city’s music lovers.

This Friday, local band Prospectus will return to the stage of Savino Live for its first performance of the year. The band has been playing at the Larnaca bar since 2012 and this week they will meet their fans and followers for one more time. Then, the weekend will commence with an energetic show from a popular heavy rock band from Greece – Planet of Zeus.

The four-piece band from Athens have been around since 2000 playing house parties and stadiums to completing five European tours. Well known for their never-ending signature heavy riffs, gritty vocals and dancing grooves, the band is now embarking on a new musical direction, encompassing melody, clean but heartrending vocals and a newly found sense of dynamics. This mixture establishes a new signature sound for Planet of Zeus which they will feature at their performance on Saturday. Opening their show at Savino Live will be the band Speak in Whispers.

A week later and following a lively entry to 2023 on New Year’s Eve, local band Fuse will return to Savino Live for another electrifying night on Saturday, January 14. The five musicians will fill the music bar will dance hits, popular pop-rock covers and upbeat songs to get the crowd moving.



Live band. January 6. Savino Live, Larnaca. Doors open 10pm, live music 11pm. €10. Tel: 99-426011

Planet of Zeus

Heavy rock band from Greece. January 7. Savino Live, Larnaca. Doors open 10pm, live music 11pm. €25. Tel: 99-426011


Local band live. January 14. Savino Live, Larnaca. Doors open 10pm, live music 11pm. €10. Tel: 99-426011

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