Melina Aslanidou to headline the 2024 Antipodes Festival in Melbourne


The Greek Community of Melbourne has announced Greek singer, Melina Aslanidou as the headline act for this year’s Antipodes Festival in Melbourne’s iconic Lonsdale St on February 24 & 25.

Returning to Melbourne to grace the stage with her incredible talent, Aslanidou promises an unforgettable musical experience.

Renowned for her powerful vocals and dynamic stage presence, the Greek singer is set to captivate the audience with a repertoire of beloved songs. The festival will provide a unique opportunity for fans to immerse themselves in the enchanting melodies that she brings to the stage.

Melina Aslanidou & President of the Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM), Bill Papastergiadis OAM at the Antipodes Festival 2022. Photo: Greek Community of Melbourne.

The Antipodes Festival has become a cultural cornerstone in Melbourne, celebrating the vibrant Greek community that calls the city home. This year, the festival is set to unfold on the 24th and 25th of February, creating a weekend filled with music, dance, and cultural connections.

Aslanidou will not be taking the stage alone; she will be joined by some of Melbourne’s talented local musicians, adding an extra layer of excitement to the event. The collaboration promises to deliver a harmonious blend of traditional and contemporary Greek music, ensuring a diverse and entertaining musical journey.

For those who have experienced Aslanidou’s performances in the past, her return is eagerly anticipated. For newcomers, get ready to be mesmerized by the authenticity and passion that she brings to every note.

This is sure to be an unforgettable weekend set in the heart of Melbourne filled with music, culture, community spirit, song and dance.

For more information and updates visit the official Antipodes Festival website here.




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