Melina Aslanidou concert moves to Enmore Theatre due to popular demand

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The Greek Festival of Sydney’s Melina Aslanidou concert on March 16 has been moved from the Factory Theatre in Marrickville to Sydney’s Enmore Theatre due to popular demand.

This is the second event from the Festival’s program of events that has had to be moved to the Enmore Theatre to accomodate the public’s demand for tickets.

“Following the postponement of this Sunday’s Greek Fest Darling Harbour, we noticed a boost in sales in what was an already almost sold-out show,” Chair of the Greek Festival of Sydney, Nia Karteris, said.

READ MORE: Greek Festival set to return to Brighton-Le-Sands in October.

“We wanted to provide the opportunity for as much of the public to have access to what will be an unmissable performance.”

Melina Aslanidou first performed in Sydney with George Dalaras in 2002. This will be her first time performing solo in Sydney in what is sure to be the concert of the season.

One of Greece’s most loved singers, Melina is known for her “entehna” music that combines orchestral elements with folk and pop sounds. Audiences can expect a musical program full of folk, artistic and traditional melodies.

READ MORE: Greek Festival of Sydney celebrates 40 years with formal dinner launch.

You can purchase tickets here.

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