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Haris Alexiou ” Love will find you, wherever you may be”

NOTE: Shows now added until the end of March!

January 23, 2010 -March 28, 2010 (see ticket site for exact performance dates within this time period! Performances are generally Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings)

Haris Alexiou, a favorite performer on the Greek music scene, appears live at the Pallas Theater for 25 shows this winter.
After a five year absence from the winter music scene, Alexiou returns to the heart of the city, and this popular singer is guaranteed to be a great show.

For non-smokers, the Pallas Theater is truly a non-smoking venue, too.

TICKET PRICES: 20, 25, 30, 45, 50, 60, 70, 80 €

Pallas Theater, Voukouresti 5, Athens, Tel.: 210-3213100

Box office info:
Monday thru Saturday, 9.00 – 20.00 and Sundays 12:00-20:00
Peformance days 9.00 – 21.00
Credit card sales: 210 81 0 81 81
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By Athensguide

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