AMW | Athens | May 22-25
WHAT'S ON

Athens Music Week (athensmusicweek.gr) returns from May 22 to 25 with a series of events at Technopolis (Pireos 100) and other key concert venues.


Viva Espana | Athens | April 25
WHAT'S ON

The Olympia Municipal Music Theater (59 Akadimias) hosts saxophonist, composer and orchestrator Bernard van Rossum’s Greece debut with the Athens Bing Band in an eagerly anticipated collaboration.

Herstories | Thessaloniki | May 17 – September 25
WHAT'S ON

Embarking on a pioneering journey celebrating women photographers from the post-communist era to today, the Thessaloniki Museum of Photography (Warehouse A, Thessaloniki Port, momus.gr) presents “Herstories.”

Michalis Kalkanis | Athens | April 25
WHAT'S ON

Charismatic double bassist Michalis Kalkanis graces the stage of the Half Note Jazz Club (17 Trvinianou, halfnote.gr) on April 25 with his ensemble, the Michalis Kalkanis Group.


My Father Had a Big Nose | Athens | April 19 – May 24
WHAT'S ON

The Blender Gallery (4 Zisimopoulou) in Glyfada hosts the latest solo exhibition by artist Konstantinos Patsios (b. 1977), titled “‘My Father Had a Big Nose,’ Objects and Toys from an Aggressive Childhood,” curated by Christina Ntougeropoulou.

Pindos-Himalayas | Athens | April 18 – May 11
WHAT'S ON

Gallery Genesis (121 Ippokratous) unveils a retrospective exhibition titled “Pindos-Himalayas/Landscape Quests 2012-2024” by artist Ioanna Konstantinou, curated by Yiorgos Tzaneris.

The Smashing Pumpkins | Athens | July 15
WHAT'S ON

American alternative rock band the Smashing Pumpkins will be joined by Tom Morello, former guitarist of Rage Against the Machine, at the Peace and Friendship Stadium (1 Ethnarchou Makariou) this summer.


Nick Cave | Athens | June 1-3
WHAT'S ON

Nick Cave is coming to Athens this June, and he’ll be in great company – Radiohead bassist Colin Greenwood.

Printed Art Weekend | Athens | April 20-21 
WHAT'S ON

The 1st Printed Athens Art Weekend is shaping up to be a real treat for graphic art lovers as it prepares to take over the Kypseli Municipal Market (42 Fokionos Negri).



Sivert Hoyem | Athens | April 27
WHAT'S ON

Norwegian singer and former member of Madrugada, Sivert Hoyem returns to Athens this April for a solo show at Floyd (117 Pireos).

Science | Athens | April 16-21
WHAT'S ON

This years Athens Science Festival celebrates change throughout human history from evolution to the adaptation of new technologies at Technopolis (100 Pireos).


Paris Arnopoulos Annual Lecture | Athens | April 18
WHAT'S ON

The inaugural Paris Arnopoulos annual lecture at the Canadian Institute (3 Oriminiou) in Greece, blending classical Greek studies with modern social analysis, will be delivered by Matthew A. Sears, associate professor of Classics and Ancient History at the University of New Brunswick in Canada.

Pablo Picasso | Delphi | May 11 – June 10
WHAT'S ON

Explore 55 rare, authentic posters by Pablo Picasso, along with 20 representative ceramic pieces by the artist, in the exhibition “Pablo Picasso: The Brilliant Champion of Art and Democracy Through Rare Posters and Ceramics.”

Cocktail Party | Athens | April 13
WHAT'S ON

Indulge in a variety of cocktails at the Athens Cocktails Party, where mixologists from top Athens bars showcase their craft at the Kypseli Municipal Market (42 Fokionos Negri).


Bearcave | Athens | April 12
WHAT'S ON

Witness an exclusive screening of the short film “Bearcave,” directed by Stergios Dinopoulos and Krysianna Papadaki, winners of the 46th Drama Short Film Festival.

Gobi: The Desert | Athens | April 12-20
WHAT'S ON

Photographer Achilleas Alexandrakis presents “Gobi: The Desert,” a collection capturing the immensity, awe and admiration evoked by the vast, arid region in northern China and southern Mongolia.

Bare | Athens | April 13-14
WHAT'S ON

“Bare” is a solo dance piece emerging from meticulously crafted and choreographed scenarios, seamlessly blending dance with self-awareness.


Body of Venus | Athens | April 19
WHAT'S ON

Rejuv Collective stands at the forefront of immersive club experiences in the Greek capital, with its upcoming event “Body of Venus.”

Psaroloco | Athens | April 20-21
WHAT'S ON

The Psaroloco International Festival for Children & Young People, held at the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation (206 Pireos, mcf.gr), targets younger audiences with a focus on curiosity and discovery.

Waiting for Godot | Athens | April 18 – May 13
WHAT'S ON

The Theater of The No (3 Konstantinou Paleologou, theatreoftheno.com), Athens’ inaugural English-speaking theater, is set to make a striking debut with Samuel Beckett’s timeless classic, “Waiting for Godot,” directed by Nikos Dionysios, on April 18.