Athens Events

With a vibrant cultural scene all year round, Athens events include an impressive mix of both local and international musicians, artists and dance groups. The city comes alive in the summer months where cinema screens move outdoors and plateias or neighbourhood squares are buzzing with music and festivities. From June-August every year, the Athens & Epidaurus Festival is in full swing with an abundance of events held at various iconic Athenian venues including Odeon of Herodes Atticus theatre, located at the base of the southern slopes of the Acropolis.

The Athens events we list have been chosen to appeal to an international audience passing through Athens and we select events accordingly.

Events in Athens

The Megaron Athens Concert Hall and Greek National Theatre are two of the major modern day venues in Athens. In peak season and where possible, we recommend you pre-purchase your tickets or ask your hotel to assist you with this. We provide you with the venue address in English and Greek to overcome any language barriers with taxi drivers. We also provide the nearest metro station to an event, along with a map to assist with your travel arrangements.

Athens & Epidaurus Festival

This is by far the crown jewel in the annual events calendar in Athens. Running now for more than 60 years, it presents local and international productions of Ancient Greek drama that celebrates the city’s cultural heritage. Athens is blessed with a network of ancient amphitheatres including Odeon of Herodes Atticus, Aristotle’s Lyceum and Lycabettus Theatre. Extending beyond Athens to the Attica region, performances can also be found at the Ancient Theatre of Delphi and the infamous Epidaurus Theatre. Check out our travel tips of getting to Epidaurus.

August Full Moon Festival

Every August on the night of the full moon, musical performances are held at key historic venues, including the Acropolis, the Roman Agora and other sites around Greece. Be sure to watch this space for updates.

  • THE CHRISTMAS FACTORY returns to Athens

    Where: Technopolis, Gazi
    When: On now until 6 January 2019
    Why Go: To get the family into the Christmas spirit

    The Christmas Factory returns to Technopolis in Gazi making it the most festive place to be in the centre of Athens. Kids will get to meet Santa in his house as well explore the sweet and toy factory. A Christmas park wouldn’t be complete without the Ferris wheel and carousel rides. An ice-skating rink and…

  • NELLIE TIGER TRAVIS Athens Half note


    Where: Half Note Jazz Club
    When: 7 – 10 December 2018
    Why Go: Hear the authentic sounds of contemporary blues

    The fiery Nellie “Tiger” Travis comes to the Half Jazz Note Club in Athens for four nights of contemporary blues and Southern soul. Travis has headlined at the Chicago Blues Festival and performed at numerous festivals and clubs around the world including Japan, Italy, Germany, Brazil, as well as her hometown of Mississippi. She has…

  • Stavros Niarchos Center Athens Christmas Ice Skating

    EVENTS at the Stavros Niarchos Center

    Where: Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC)
    When: Throughout December 2018
    Why Go: Great for architecture buffs & outdoor activities suitable for solos, couples & families

    The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) is one of the largest and newest developments that Athens has seen since it hosted the Olympic Games. It is a remarkable architectural feat pioneered by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation and brought to life by the extraordinary vision of Italian architect Renzo Piano. It now houses two of Greece’s…

  • Leonardo Da Vinci Athens 500 years

    LEONARDO DA VINCI – 500 years of Genius

    Where: Old ‘OSY’ depot, Gazi
    When: 30 November 2018 – 30 March 2019
    Why Go: For a unique journey in space and time

    A new and immersive exhibition, ‘Leonardo da Vinci – 500 Years of Genius’ comes to Athens, allowing visitors to explore the life and work of this great artist and inventor, 500 years after his death. An emblematic building in central Athens will be transformed into the most complete presentation of Leonardo’s work. Masterpieces, inventions, codices,…

  • Takim Athens Gazarte

    TAKIM live at Gazarte

    Where: Gazarte in Gazi
    When: Every Wed in December 2018
    Why Go: Hear the unique sounds of this Greek ethnic band LIVE

    The much-loved folk ethnic band from Athens, TAKIM will perform every Wednesday evening throughout December at Gazarte in Gazi. Established in 2001, their repertoire includes elements of common music traditions from Greece, East Mediterranean and the Balkans. Their sounds have been focused on recreating the musical line up from the old Ottoman cities of Smyrna, Ioannina,…

  • Tomb of Christ Byzantine Museum Athens Sepulchre V

    UNVEILING THE TOMB OF CHRIST at the Byzantine Museum

    Where: Byzantine and Christian Museum
    When: On now – 31 January 2019
    Why Go: A look inside the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem

    Be virtually transported to Jerusalem and discover the fascinating history of what many believe is the Tomb of Christ inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in an immersive 3-D experience. This new interactive exhibition at the Byzantine and Christian Museum presents the conservation and renovation done by scientists from the National Technical University of Athens…

  • Aspects of Beauty National Archaeological Museum Athens

    COUNTLESS ASPECTS OF BEAUTY, National Archaeological Museum

    Where: National Archaeological Museum
    When: On now – May 2019
    Why Go: Discover objects of beauty from antiquity

    The National Archaeological Museum in Athens presents ‘Countless Aspects of Beauty’, the final exhibition in a fascinating trilogy that showcases the institution’s impressive collections, on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. More than 300 artefacts, digital media and other displays explore human kind’s eternal quest for beauty and the need to surround ourselves with beautiful objects,…

  • YIANNIS MORALIS Benaki Museum Athens


    Where: Benaki Museum – Pireos Street Annexe
    When: On now to 5 January 2019
    Why Go: See works by one of Greece’s leading C20th artists

    The Benaki Museum’s Pireos Street Annex in Athens presents a retrospective exhibition of works by Yiannis Moralis (1916-2009), one of Greece’s leading 20th-century artists. Moralis was a pioneering painter, talented print-maker, gifted set designer and inspiring academic teacher. Through his paintings, sculptures, architectural commissions, record covers and book illustrations, the exhibition aims to shed light…

  • Acropolis Museum Forbidden City Qianlong

    Acropolis Museum – From the Forbidden City Exhibition

    Where: Acropolis Museum
    When: On now until 14 February 2019
    Why Go: See Chinese objects from the Qing Dynasty

    A rare exhibition, ‘From the Forbidden City: Imperial Apartments of Qianlong’, that explores China’s Emperor Qianlong (1711-1799) is on display at the Acropolis Museum. Remarkable artefacts representing over 100 years of Chinese culture from the 18th century, is presented to the public for the first time. One of the most renowned emperors in Chinese history,…

  • TONIGHT WE IMPROVISE National Theatre Greece

    TONIGHT WE IMPROVISE by Luigi Pirandello

    Where: National Theatre of Greece
    When: On now – 24 February 2019
    Why Go: See this classic play on stage

    The National Theatre of Greece in Athens presents Tonight We Improvise, a production based on a theme by Luigi Pirandello paired with music by Oscar-winning composer Manos Hadjidakis, with a new impetus by director Dimitris Mavrikios and conductor Nikos Kypourgos. Mavrikios, who has an in-depth knowledge of Pirandello’s works, brings the Sicilian dramatist work to life….

  • Olympia Theatre Athens Maria Callas


    Where: Olympia Theatre
    When: Throughout December & January
    Why Go: Hear music at an iconic venue

    The citizens of Athens have a newly revamped venue to call their own with the reopening of the Olympia Theatre (Olympia Municipal Music Theatre, Maria Callas). Housed inside the historic Olympia building that sits on Akadimias Street, it was home to the Greek National Opera (GNO) for more than 50 years. Left vacant after the…

  • Greek Singers Athens Alexiou Xarhakos


    Where: Various locations around Athens
    When: December 2018 & January 2019
    Why Go: Experience the latest in modern Greek music LIVE

    Greek singers perform all around Greece throughout the year. For those wanting to experience the latest in the Greek music scene, there’s a legendary line up in store this month in Athens.

  • Parthenon Gallery Acropolis Museum Events


    Where: Acropolis Museum
    When: On now - 31 December 2018
    Why Go: To get more out of your visit to the museum

    The Acropolis Museum holds special events throughout the summer to enhance your experience of visiting the museum. Free guided tours, musical interludes and important archaeological artefacts on display on a temporary basis. See what’s on this month.   CHRISTMAS MUSIC AT THE ACROPOLIS MUSEUM Sunday 23 December from 12 noon The Athens State Orchestra will…

  • Alkistis Protopsalti Gazarte Athens Greek Singers

    ALKISTIS PROTOPSALTI live at Gazarte

    Where: Gazarte in Athens
    When: 7 December 2018 - 18 January 2019
    Why Go: An evening of Greek music at its best

    A perfect way of exploring the music and culture of Greece with the legendary performer Alkistis Protopsalti on the main stage at Gazarte in Athens on Monday and Friday night’s for December and January. Her five piece orchestra will accompany, along with up and coming supporting artist Yiannis Mathes. About Alkistis Protopsalti With a successful…

  • ALEXANDER HENDERSON Benaki Museum Athens


    Where: Benaki Museum Ghika Gallery
    When: 12 Dec 2018 – 4 May 2019
    Why Go: See every day Athens captured during the 19th cent

    Holiday Snaps is a collection of photographs by distinguished photographer Alexander Lamont Henderson (1838-1907), on display at the Benaki Museum’s Ghika Gallery in Athens. The exhibition consists of photographs taken during Henderson’s visits to Mediterranean countries between 1884 and 1906 as a member of the Royal Photographic Society. Among these and presented for the first…

  • CHRISTMAS CAROL National Theatre Greece

    A CHRISTMAS CAROL – based on the short story by Charles Dickens

    Where: National Theatre of Greece
    When: 12 Dec 2018 – 27 Jan 2019
    Why Go: See the magic of Xmas on stage

    The magic of Christmas comes to the National Theatre of Greece in Athens in a thrilling musical version of Charles Dickens’, A Christmas Carol by the dynamic young Greek director Giannis Moschos, who invites us into the world of dreams and imagination, revealing the true meaning of Christmas. Dickens’ most famous creation, Ebenezer Scrooge, is the…

  • Manon Greek National Opera Athens

    MANON by Greek National Opera

    Where: Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC)
    When: 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 23, 26, 30 Dec 2018
    Why Go: See Massenet’s most popular & enduring opera

    Jules Massenet’s Manon returns to Athens after a 52 year absence, presented by the Greek National Opera. Manon is an opéra comique in five acts to a French libretto by Henri Meilhac and Philippe Gille, based on the 1731 novel by the Abbé Prévost. Manon is Massenet’s most popular and enduring operas and has maintained an…

  • NISSIM LEVIS photography Exhibition Jewish Museum

    NISSIM LEVIS photography exhibition at the Jewish Museum

    Where: Jewish Museum of Greece
    When: On now – 7 January 2019
    Why Go: Visual insights into life pre-WWII Greece

    Photographs taken by Dr Nissim Levis taken during the final years of Ottoman rule in Greece (1898-1913) to 1930 is the focus of the latest exhibition, “Through the Lens of Nissim Levis: A Family, an Era,” at the Jewish Museum of Greece, in Athens. The exhibition allows the visitor a glimpse into the life of…

  • NEOHELLENIC PAINTING Theocharakis Foundation Athens


    Where: B & M Theocharakis Foundation, Syntagma
    When: On now – 3 February 2019
    Why Go: Perception of women through art

      See how Greek society’s view of women altered from the second half of the 19th century to the middle of the 20th in the latest exhibition, ‘Women in Neohellenic Painting’, on show now at the B&M Theocharakis Foundation. The exhibition explores the role of women in Greek society together with social stereotypes as depicted by…

  • Museum of Ancient Greek Technology Athens


    Where: Kotsanas Museum of Ancient Greek Technology
    When: Throughout November & December 2018
    Why Go: Discover contributions made to technology by the ancient Greeks

    The Museum of Ancient Greek Technology is the newest museum opening in Athens, founded by Kostas Kotsanas, that represents cutting edge technology from ancient Greece. This permanent exhibition space features hundreds of objects and fully-functioning replicas made by Kotsanas, using the same methods and materials as the originals. Housed in a historic Art Nouveau building,…

  • Harlem Gospel Choir Athens Gazarte


    Where: Gazarte in Gazi
    When: 20 December 2018
    Why Go: Feel the joyful spirit of Christmas in your soul

    The legendary Harlem Gospel Choir will fill Gazarte’s rooftop stage in Athens, with the true spirit of Christmas. As one of America’s leading choirs, Harlem Gospel blends contemporary gospel with a touch of jazz and blues. Every year the internationally acclaimed choir selects a distinct theme for its world tours, with this year being the…

  • Gadjo Dilo Gazarte Why Athens City Guide

    GADJO DILO ‘Manouche de Grec’ at Gazarte

    Where: Gazarte in Gazi
    When: 22 December
    Why Go: To hear Gypsy Jazz music in Greek

    Gadjo Dilo carry the magic of the Gypsy jazz tradition creating their own musical style ‘Manouche De Grec’. Following previous sold out performances around Athens, Gadjo Dilo will appear once again on Gazarte’s rooftop stage. Combining the musical genius of the legendary guitarist of gypsy swing, Django Reinhardt with the sounds of the Greek music…

  • Cinema Alive Athens Gatsby


    Where: Grand Hyatt Athens
    When: 21, 22, 28, 29 December 2018
    Why Go: For an immersive cinema experience into the roaring 1920’s

    A screening of Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby becomes an immersive experience at the Grand Hyatt in Athens with Cinema Alive. Cinema Alive will transport audiences back to 1920’s New York, surrounding the movie’s screening with live music, dancing and actors to provide a heightened experience of the film, allowing viewers to become part of…

  • Snow White on Ice Athens


    Where: Tae Kwon Do Stadium
    When: 19 – 23 December 2018
    Why Go: Enjoy a dreamlike, spectacular adaptation of this classic tale

    Snow White on Ice comes to Athens in a spectacular show featuring the renowned Russian Ice Stars at the Tae Kwon Do centre. The amusing seven dwarfs, the evil queen and the innocent Snow White all come to life in December, on a glittery ice arena with a 360-degree view of the action. Snow White…

  • Cinderella Monte Carlo Ballet Athens Megaron


    Where: Megaron, Athens Concert Hall
    When: 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 Dec 2018
    Why Go: To see a modern day interpretation of a classic fairy tale

    The famous Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo comes to the Megaron in Athens this Christmas, unravelling the story of Cinderella as we know it. The ballet company’s distinguished choreographer and artistic director, Jean Christophe Maillot, peels back the layers from the well-known fairy-tale of Cinderella and focuses on the emotional world of the main heroine. Freed…

  • Swan Lake Athens Greek National Opera

    SWAN LAKE by the Greek National Opera

    Where: Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC)
    When: 20, 22, 27, 28, 29 Dec 2018
    Why Go: See a new choreography of this classic tale

    Swan Lake comes to the Stavros Niarchos Hall in Athens with a modern choreography from the Greek National Opera’s (GNO) newly appointed artistic director, Konstantinos Rigos. The enchanting story of Prince Siegfried, the Swan Queen Odette, the evil wizard Rothbart and his daughter Odile, comes to life through Rigos’ eyes, as he transfers the action…

  • Nutcracker Athens Ballet Xmas

    THE NUTCRACKER by the St Petersburg Ballet Theatre

    Where: Galatsi Olympic Hall, Athens
    When: 19 – 30 Dec 2018
    Why Go: A magical ballet for Christmas direct from Russia

    The St Petersburg Ballet Theatre of Russia returns this festive season in Athens with one of Tchaikovsky’s most famous compositions, The Nutcracker. Soloists from both the St Petersburg Ballet and the Mariinsky Theatre will lead the performance over two acts, accompanied by a 60-member Symphony Orchestra at the Galatsi Olympic Hall in northern Athens. The…

  • Parios Athens Events Whats on Greece

    ATHENS EVENTS – January & February 2019

    Where: Various locations in Athens
    When: Throughout Jan & Feb 2019
    Why Go: For live music & theatre

    The new year and the new winter brings a full cultural agenda with events moving indoors at some of the city’s best theatres, music stages and clubs. Athens is in full swing in the early new year as the locals make the most of the period leading up to the traditional Easter fast. From touring…

  • Simon Boccanegra Greek National Opera

    SIMON BOCCANEGRA at the Greek National Opera

    Where: Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC)
    When: 19, 20, 22, 23, 25, 26 January 2019
    Why Go: See Verdi’s powerful & tragic opera

    The Greek National Opera presents Simon Boccanegra in a Royal Opera House production in Athens, directed by Elijah Moshinsky. Giuseppe Verdi’s Simon Boccanegra is an opera with a prologue and three acts to an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave, based on the play Simón Bocanegra by Antonio García Gutiérrez. The opera was written in…

  • Hadrian Athens National Archaeological Museum

    HADRIAN & ATHENS at the National Archaeological Museum

    Where: National Archaeological Museum
    When: On now until 30 Nov 2019
    Why Go: See rare exhibits of the Roman Emperor Hadrian

    The National Archaeological Museum along with the Italian Archaeological School present ‘Hadrian and Athens, conversing with an Ideal World’ that marks 1900 years since the Roman Emperor Hadrian began his reign in 117AD. All of the 40 exhibits featured come from the National Archaeological Museum’s collections and gives visitors a unique opportunity to view exhibits…

  • Manu Dibango Gazarte Athens

    MANU DIBANGO live at Gazarte

    Where: Gazarte in Gazi
    When: 1 February 2019
    Why Go: Hear a legendary saxophonist LIVE

    Cameroonian musician and song-writer Manu Dibango will return to Gazarte’s stage in Athens for a night of acoustic groove and soul. Throughout his career, Dibango, who plays saxophone and vibraphone, successfully combined African, American, European and even techno sounds into his songs, putting his own stamp on jazz, funk and traditional Cameroonian music. After performing…

  • TIMON OF ATHENS by Shakespeare & Middleton

    Where: National Theatre of Greece
    When: 7 February 2019 – 3 March 2019
    Why Go: See one of Shakespeare’s rare works on stage

    The National Theatre of Greece presents Timon of Athens by William Shakespeare and Thomas Middleton. A production by artistic director Stathis Livathinos who declares himself fascinated by this enigmatic play of inexhaustible mystery and one that is rarely performed. A challenging work about wealth, debt, friendship, flattery, wilful blindness, errors and delusions, generosity and ingratitude,…

  • Herrumbre Greek National Opera

    HERRUMBRE by the Greek National Opera

    Where: Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC)
    When: 6, 8, 9, 15, 16, 17 February 2019
    Why Go: See a modern choreography about the realities of war

    The modern choreography, Herrumbre by Spanish choreographer, Nacho Duato comes to the Stavros Niarchos Hall in Athens, as the first collaboration with the Greek National Opera (GNO) ballet. Duato’s Herrumbre (which means “rust” in Spanish) expresses the “rust” of the soul caused by the brutality of war, in this unique choreography that is also a statement…

  • Misanthrope Moliere National Theatre Greece

    THE MISANTHROPE by Molière

    Where: National Theatre of Greece
    When: 15 March 2019 – 26 May 2019
    Why Go: A dynamic version of Molière masterful work

    The National Theatre of Greece in Athens presents The Misanthrope by Molière, a production by the former artistic director of the Greek National Theatre, Yannis Houvardas, who gives us a version where anything can happen, and in Chrysa Prokopaki’s excellent new translation, words become lethal weapons in the mouths of the protagonists. The Misanthrope is one…

  • Greek Independence Day Athens Parade


    Where: Syntagma Square & surrounding streets
    When: 25th March 2019
    Why Go: To see the cultural and military parades

    Each year on the 25th March, Athens comes to a standstill for Greek Independence Day, which commemorates the start of the Greek War of Independence in 1821. It is also the religious holiday of The Annunciation that is observed on this day by Eastern Orthodoxy. The festivities in Athens start one day prior on the 24th…

  • Elisabeth Leonskaja Megaron Athens

    SCHUBERT SONATAS by pianist Elisabeth Leonskaja

    Where: Megaron, Athens Concert Hall
    When: 27 March 2019
    Why Go: See one of the most celebrated pianists of our time

    A selection of Schubert’s sonatas will be performed by the grand dame of the piano, Elisabeth Leonskaja for three separate recitals at the Megaron concert hall in Athens. Elisabeth Leonskaja reveals the magic of Franz Schubert, the great Austrian musical genius. Her unparalleled interpretive sensitivity would surely have found a fan in Schubert, who would…

  • THE MAN WHO LAUGHS National Theatre Greece

    THE MAN WHO LAUGHS by Victor Hugo

    Where: National Theatre of Greece
    When: 22 March 2019 – 26 May 2019
    Why Go: A night of theatrical storytelling

    The National Theatre of Greece presents The Man Who Laughs by Victor Hugo, a political work and love story that becomes an examination of the excesses of power. The work is presented as a piece of musical theatre with original music by Thodoris Abazis (deputy artistic director) for a night of theatrical storytelling. ABOUT THE…

  • Athens and Epidaurus Festival Odeon Herodes Atticus


    Where: Various venues around Athens & Epidaurus
    When: 4th June – 10 August 2019
    Why Go: For an extensive line up of music, theatre & dance

    The Athens and Epidaurus Festival is the city’s annual arts festival and a highlight of the Greek summer calendar. With a legacy that spans more than sixty years, today it incorporates a full programme of music, theatre, dance and visual arts. Performances at the two ancient theatres of the Odeon Herodes Atticus and the ancient theatre of Epidaurus are highlights…

  • Norma Odeon Herodes Athens Festival National Opera

    NORMA at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus

    Where: Odeon of Herodes Atticus
    When: 4, 5, 7, 8 June 2019
    Why Go: See this tragic and powerful opera on an iconic stage

    Norma, returns to the stage of the Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens presented by the Greek National Opera (GNO) as part of the 2019 Athens and Epidaurus Festival. This opera, by Vincenzo Bellini, was one of the first to be presented in Athens as a newly formed state in 1837. In the GNO’s long…

  • IGGY POP Athens Release Festival

    RELEASE ATHENS 2019 | Iggy Pop – Manowar – New Order – Disturbed

    Where: Faliro Seafront
    When: Iggy Pop 8 June, Manowar 14 June, New Order 16 June, Disturbed 30 June 2019
    Why Go: For a great line up of world music

    Release Athens will return for its fourth year, with Iggy Pop, the “Godfather of Punk” to headline day 1 (8 June), heavy metal band Manowar day 2 (14 June), British rock band New Order day 3 (16 June) and American hard rockers Disturbed on day 4 (30 June) of the festival. IGGY POP – RELEASE FESTIVAL DAY ONE |…

  • Ancient Epidaurus Theatre Tickets Athens Festival


    Where: Palea Epidaurus in Argolis
    When: 21 June - 20 August 2019
    Why Go: To experience a live performance & perfect acoustics at this ancient theatre

    As part of the annual Athens and Epidaurus Festival, the Epidaurus theatres come alive with the works of great Greek playwrights such as Aeschylus, Euripides, Sophocles and more. These three ancient sites welcomed more than 90,000 theatre-goers last year, across eight weekends in summer and is an absolute highlight to experience a midsummer production at these…

  • Cure Ejekt Festival Athens


    Where: Plateia Nerou
    When: 17 July 2019
    Why Go: For the best in alternative and electronic music

    The Ejekt Festival returns for its 15th year at Athens’ Plateia Nerou by the sea, bringing together the world’s best in alternative and electronic based music. 2019 is promising to be one of the biggest ever with British rock band The Cure headlining Day 1 of the festival on 17th July. The two day festival…

  • LA TRAVIATA Odeon Herodes Athens Festival National Opera

    LA TRAVIATA at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus

    Where: Odeon of Herodes Atticus
    When: 27, 28, 30, 31 July 2019
    Why Go: To see one of Verdi’s great operatic masterpieces

    La Traviata, by Giuseppe Verdi comes to the Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens this July presented by the Greek National Opera (GNO) as part of the 2019 Athens and Epidaurus Festival. This tragic love story, with its much-loved arias and duets, will be directed by the GNO’s choreographer and artistic director, Konstantinos Rigos who…

  • Eros Ramazzotti Athens Concert

    EROS RAMAZZOTTI live in Athens

    Where: Tae Kwon Do Stadium, Faliro
    When: 27 September 2019
    Why Go: See the Italian superstar LIVE

    Italian popstar, Eros Ramazzotti comes to Athens as part of his 2019 world tour, “Vita Ce N’è”. The tour coincides with the release of his new album later this year. Born in Rome, Ramazzotti has released 11 albums over his 30 year career, selling over 60 million copies. He has recorded duets with leading artists…