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Antonis Remos September 19 2009 at Athinon ArenaTitle: Antony Remos with Emigre, One Last Night
Location: Athinon Arena
Description: There’s no doubt that Antony Remos has become one of the most popular Greek singers to appear on the music scene over the last 10 years. Last year, 2008, Remos wowed audiences with his overwhelmingly successful show, Night and Day, a performance spectacle which included dancers from the Las Vegas Cirque de Soleil troupe. The show ran all fall, then reopening in the winter/spring, selling out more than 130,000 seats during its run. Summer came along, and Remos went out on tour along with the group Émigré. Now they are back in Athens, and for one last night, Remos is back at the Athinon Arena.
September 19, 2009, at 22:00 and for ONLY 20 EURO, you can grab a seat for the last concert of the 2009 summer season.

TICKETS on sale at Metropolis – Village Cinemas – i-ticket.gr
Start Time: 22:00
Date: 2009-09-19

By Athensguide

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