International Greek singer Nikos Makropoulos to perform at Greek Day Canberra festival

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International Greek singer, Nikos Makropoulos, is set to perform live at the Greek Day Canberra festival by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia on Sunday, June 19.

Makropoulos kick-started his career performing in the nightclubs of his hometown Thessaloniki at the age of 12. By 1994, he expanded his presence across Greece’s nightlife, and ever since he has partnered with well-known singers like Yiorgos Mazonakis, Angie Samiou and Anna Vissi.

The Greek Day Canberra festival will be held on the grounds of the St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Kingston from 11am to 7pm.

There will be free parking available for all.

On the day, attendees will also be able to enjoy Greek live music and can browse a number of stalls selling souvlakia, loukoumades, products and community services.

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