Salvatore Adamo & Vasilis Lekkas: Live concert at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus

Two unique singing voices meet under the Acropolis in one of the most enchanting concerts of the year.
Odeon of Herodes Atticus Salvatore Adamo Vasilis Lekkas
Average Cost: 25€ - 100€ (reduced: 18€)

Salvatore Adamo & Vasilis Lekkas. An exceptional musical collaboration. Two unique singing voices meet under the Acropolis in the most enchanting concert of the year with the purpose of the erection of the New Archaeological Museum of Delos.

Salvatore Adamo
Sir Salvatore Adamo, simply known as Adamo (born 1 November 1943) is a Italian/Belgian composer and singer, mainly in French but also in other languages. He hadcommercial success during the sixties and seventies, mostly in continental Europe, and also in Japan and America. Adamo has sold 100 million albums worldwide. He now lives in Belgium, and is still touring.

Vasilis Lekkas
Vasilis Lekkas first appeared on the music scene in 1980, singing Manos Hadjidakis’ music work, titled «Mellisanthis’ season»– «I epohi tis Mellisanthis». That work was the beginning of a long collaboration with the composer on eight discs, many concerts in Greece and abroad and theatrical performances.

Tickets:
Gold VIP: 100€
VIP: 80€
Zone A: 65€
Zone B: 55€
Zone C: 45€
Upper Tier: 25€ (students: 18€)
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Venue:
Odeon of Herodes Atticus. Close to Acropolis metro station (Line 2 – Red Line).

Date and time:
15 September, 21:00.

Photo: by the event production

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