Top music concerts to see in Greece this summer

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By Evelyn Karatzas.

Are you counting down the days until your European summer adventure?

If you’re heading to Greece anywhere between June to September 2023, The Greek Herald has the scoop on when and where some of your favourite artists will take the stage and perform.

Whether you’re a fan of Greek pop, laika, rembetika or even bouzoukia, this is your one-stop spot for everything you need to know.

Natasa Theodoridou:

Greek superstar Natasa Theodoridou is touring all over Greece this summer and you’re invited. Her ‘Hartis Tour’ will kick off from mid-June to mid-September, starting in Athens on Wednesday, June 14.

With classic hits including Den Thelo Tetious Filous, Den me Afora, Sou Vazw Diskola and Hartopolemos, Natasa will perform alongside Alcatrash.

Nikos Oikonomopoulos:

Nikos Oikonomopoulos.

One of Greece’s most well-known and loved singers is also going on tour. If you missed out on seeing Nikos Oikonomopoulos on his Australian tour, there’s no need to fear as you can catch him in Greece in various regions.

His tour will take place on Thursday, June 22 in Thessaloniki, Tuesday, June 27 in Patra, Thursday, June 29 in Athens and Thursday, June 7 in Ioannina with more dates TBA.

Konstantinos Argiros:

The Athina Mou, Ximeromata and Iliovasilema singer, Konstantinos Argiros, is performing his Elpida Tour this summer. Catch him perform on Saturday, June 24 in Rhodope, Komotini, Thursday, June 29 in Patra and Friday, July 7 in Ioannina.

Nikos Vertis:

Join Nikos Vertis as he kicks off his ’20 years in Live Concerts’ tour this June and July in Greece. The ‘An eisai ena asteri’ singer’s tour will take place from Monday, June 12 in Patra and then continue in other regions of Greece including Ioannina, Athens, Rhodes, Mykonos, Kavala, Alexandroupoli, Crete, Thessaloniki and more. Tickets are from 25 euro each.

Giannis Ploutarchos, Giorgos Kakosaios & Katerina:

Giannis Ploutarchos, Giorgos Kakosaios & Katerina.

See Giannis Ploutarchos take the stage this summer with a special tour like no other as he performs alongside his son Giorgos and his daughter Katerina. With tickets from 20 euro per person, they will be performing on Wednesday, June 7 in Patra, Friday, June 9 in Ioannina, Monday, June 12 in Athens, and Wednesday, July 12 in Alexandroupoli.

Giorgos Mazonakis:

Modern folk-pop and Greek pop singer Giorgos Mazonakis will be taking his Hello tour all over Greece starting in June. You’ll find him in Nikaia, then in Thessaloniki, Xanthi, Alexandroupoli, Ioannina, Larisa, Katerini, Patra, Kos, Rhodes, Crete, Volos and more. Tickets are from 15 euro.

Eleni Foureira:

Eleni Foureira.

Eleni Foureira is going on a Reborn Tour this summer and is taking Greek rapper FY with her, with special guests Trannos, Hawk and MC Daddy on selected shows. You can watch her perform classic hits like El Telephone, Fotia, To Aeraki and Caramela in Nikaia (Athens), Thessaloniki, Patra, Rhodes, Crete, Larisa and Ioannina. Tickets are from 17 euro.

Melisses:

One of Greece’s most successful and popular bands – Melisses (featuring Christos Mastoras, Costas Mavrogennis and Thanos Laitsas), is also going on tour.  The ‘Giati’ and ‘Viktoria’ singers will be performing from the end of June until early September in Athens, Thessaloniki, Ancient Olympia, Chania, Halkidiki, Trikala and Ioannina. Tickets are from 20 euro.

Pyx Lax:

The 1990’s Greek rock band Pyx Lax’s Filippos Pliatsikas and Babis Stokas are going on tour this summer and you’re invited. They will kick off their tour in Patra in June, then to follow is Xanthi, Komotini, Alexandroupoli, Larisa, Thessaloniki, Kastoria, Katerini, Kavala, Lefkada, Ioannina, Moudania and Preveza. Tickets are from 13 euro.

Anna Vissi:

Anna Vissi.

If you’re into old school Greek music, Anna Vissi is the singer for you. She will be performing on Monday, July 10 in Thessaloniki and on Wednesday, July 12 in Athens. Tickets are 20 euro.

Dimitris Basis:

Greek singer and musician Dimitris Basis will be joined by Mimi Plessas to perform on Wednesday, June 21 as part of the City Garden Festival in Galatsi, Attiki. The show will commence at 9 pm, with tickets from 12 euro.

Waterboom Festival 2023:

Waterboom Festival is one of Greece’s largest music festivals for Greek rap and trap. It combines live music, awards and a water fight where you can expect to get soaked.

It takes place on Saturday, June 17 at OAKA Stadium in Athens. Tickets are from 14 euro.

Mad VMAS (Video Music Awards):

If you happen to be in Athens in June, the Mad VMA’s are a must. Think of all your favourite singers, of all sorts of genres, in one room, performing their best hits and receiving awards.

The event takes place on Monday, June 19 at the Tae Kwon Do Stadium in Athens. Tickets are from 7 euro each.

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