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Beer festival coming to Limassol


Five nights of live music, street food and beer-drinking are coming up this month as the Medfest 2023 Limassol Beer Festival approaches. Returning to the coastal city for its fourth edition, the annual festival promises to be bigger than ever.

From June 27 to July 1, Medfest will host a variety of well-known singers and musicians from the Greek and Cypriot music scene who will perform pop, rock, folk and reggae. Held at Potamos Germasogias once again, the festival is organised by Display Art PLC, the company behind the successful Septemberfest Nicosia. Together with the Germasogia Municipality, they prepare five epic nights of eating, drinking and dancing, highlighting dozens of beer varieties.

More than 35 beer stands will make up the festival, each one showcasing either local beers or imported lagers and more. Juicy burgers, hot dogs, vegetarian options and more will be cooking at the various street food stands that will feed hungry stomachs.

As for the musical entertainment, Greek music fans have a lot to look forward to as popular names of the industry are heading down to Potamos Germasogias. The festival will open on June 27 with Stelios Rokkos. The second evening will welcome Ilias Kampakakis and Christina Salti to the stage while on June 29 Anastasia and Mente Fuerte will entertain the crowds. On June 30, two popular Greek bands will perform – Ypogeia Revmata and Kitrina Podilata. To close off the festival on July 1, reggae band Locomondo will put on a groovy concert to a dance-thirsty crowd playing their classic summer anthems and more.


Medfest 2023 – Limassol Beer Festival

Five-day beer, food and music festival. June 27-July 1. Potamos Germasogias, Limassol. 7pm-12am. www.soldoutticketbox.comcy


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