Stereo Nova at the Opening Ceremony
One of the most influential and innovative groups of contemporary electronic sound in Greece, reunites, on Saturday February 4, at 21:30 for a unique live performance, in the framework of the Opening Ceremony.
Soon after the main event of the Opening Ceremony and the cultural coastline, the Iris Factory opens, for the first time, its doors to the public to welcome the legendary group of the 90’s that inspired an entire generation with its innovative music and poetic lyrics. Stereo Nova (Konstantinos Vita and Michalis Delta) return to the heart of Western Attica for an iconic reunion!
After the concert, there will be a DJ performance in the warehouses of the Old Oil Mill Factory exclusively with female DJs from Greece and abroad.
Important notice:Your reservation for the concert is not valid for the Opening Ceremony main event (Saturday at 19:00) and vice versa. To attend both events (Opening Ceremony main event + Stereo Nova concert) two reservations per person are required.
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