The Greek capital will soon host the 20th Athens Technopolis Jazz Festival (ATJF), the first live event of the summer.
Following the Greek government’s decision to restart culture and allow live events, the Athens Municipality has announced new dates for the annual jazz event, which will now take place in a hybrid form at the City of Athens Technopolis in Gazi between May 28-30.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the festival will host 16 music bands from 10 countries. It will include five live shows and nine pre-recorded sessions that will broadcast live on big screens in the Technopolis central courtyard.
The Technopolis venue will welcome the festival’s friends to its premises for a second year under Greece’s official health protocols and regulations. Spectators will be seated in the venue’s numbered seats that will set in accordance with the social distancing rules.
Those who wish to attend the live sessions must book their seats in advance at viva.gr.
The concerts will also broadcast through ATJF’s digital channels on Facebook and YouTube.
The program of the 20th Athens Technopolis Jazz Festival is as follows:
Friday, May 28
21.00 | Bear Garden (SE)| Pre-recorded session
21.30 | Anna Stereopoulou (GR) | Live show
22.30 | The KutiMangoes (DK) | Pre-recorded session
23.00 | Dimitris Tsakas (GR) | Live show
Saturday, May 29
20.30 | Federica Lorusso Trio (NL) | Pre-recorded session
21.00 | Dock in Absolute (LU) | Pre-recorded session
21.30 | SokratisVotskos Quartet (GR) | Live show
22.30 | Marquis Hill (US) | Pre-recorded session
23.00 | Antoine Karacostas Trio (GR) | Live show
Sunday, May 30
21.00 | Macumba (CY)| Pre-recorded session
21.30 | EABS (PL)| Pre-recorded session
22.00 | Zabelov Group (CZ)| Pre-recorded session
22.30 | Botticelli baby (DE)| Pre-recorded session
23.00 | Billy Pod (GR)| Live show
For more information visit the website https://www.technopolisjazzfestival.com/index.php/en/.