Adelaide’s Greek community is buzzing with excitement as the Semaphore Greek Festival team announces ‘Bouzoukia by the Sea,’ featuring the renowned Greek artist Christos Dantis.
This one-night-only event, set for January 12, 2024, at the Semaphore Foreshore, promises an unforgettable open-air experience reminiscent of the Athens Riviera.
Christos Dantis, a beloved figure in Greek music, has captivated audiences since his debut in the late 1980s. His journey from teen musician to chart-topping artist, marked by hits like To Palio Mou Palto and Ena Tragoudi Akoma, has established him as a multi-talented singer, songwriter, and producer. Notably, he co-wrote My Number One, the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 winning song for Greece, solidifying his status in the music industry.
‘Bouzoukia by the Sea’ promises to blend the charm of Greek culture with the scenic beauty of Adelaide’s coast. Attendees can expect a night filled with Dantis’ captivating performances, set against the backdrop of the sea.
The Semaphore Greek Festival volunteers, known for their dedication and spirit, will ensure an array of delicious Greek culinary delights, adding to the authenticity of the experience.
This unique event, held for the second time, is the only open-air concert by the sea in Adelaide featuring Greek artists directly from Greece, offering a taste of the Mediterranean to the Australian shores. It’s not just a concert; it’s a cultural immersion, inviting everyone to celebrate Greek heritage in a setting that echoes the vibrancy of the Athens Riviera.
Tickets are limited, reflecting the exclusive nature of this event. As the community gears up for a night of music, dance, and Greek gastronomy, ‘Bouzoukia by the Sea’ is set to be a highlight of the cultural calendar, creating memories that will last a lifetime.
You can buy your tickets to ‘Bouzoukia by the Sea’ here: https://bit.ly/3T5E2hf