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A musical walk in Vavla

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The community of Vavla in the mountains of the Larnaca district is hosting a musical promenade in the traditional village this month. Taking place in the afternoon on Saturday, a group of the island’s musicians along with invited guests from abroad will take participants on a unique walking experience around Vavla village filled with melodies.

Upon arrival, when the event begins at 5pm, visitors will receive a map guiding them through the stone-paved streets, where they will discover performances by seven different acts in traditional houses, courtyards and other locations in the village.

Participating in the event are Demetris Mesimeris and Freideriki Tombazou, Nama Dama, Sophie Fetokaki and Duo Lelale, Sung Mellow, Maly, Por Amor Al Arte, Dutch Grip (UK) and DJ Reginald Omas Mamode IV.

While the concerts take place between 5pm and 11pm, an exhibition with works by Cypriot artist Paskalis Anastasi will also take place in the village. A variety of food and drink will also be available, as well as a range of local products. Drinks and beverages will be run by Kafeneio Prozak and the whole event will be free to attend. Organised by the Association for the Development of Vavla, the musical promenade takes place within the framework of the Cultural Decentralisation Programme of the deputy ministry of culture and the ministry of agriculture.


Musical Promenade in Vavla

Seven music performances, food and drink and an exhibition around the village. May 13. Vavla village, Larnaca. 5pm-11pm

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