Held on the occasion of the designation of 2018 as the European Year of Cultural Heritage, the festival will include a number of events, from exhibitions and concerts, to theater performances and movie nights.
“The blueFest Crete aims to link the rich cultural heritage of Greece with new and traditional forms of artistic expression.”
The festival will open its doors on Saturday, June 30, with a party at the Ammos beach and the screening of “Mamma Mia! The Movie”.
The second day of the festival will include the opening of an art exhibition titled, “4 Cents” On Show for 500 years” by Greek artist Georgia Kotretsos at the Minos Beach Art Hotel in Agios Nikolaos.
The festival will wrap up on Monday, July 2, with the theatrical performance “Socrates NOW” at the Minos Beach Art Hotel. Performed by Emmy Award winner Yannis Simonides, it is based on “The Apology” and is an account of Socrates’ speech during a trial, in which he is charged with impiety to the gods and the corruption of the youth.
The festival will be held with the support of the Region of Crete and the Municipality of Agios Nikolaos.
Admission is free to all events. For more information (in Greek) press here.