For the fourth year in a row, the Athens Open Air Film Festival will be turning the city into one big open-air cinema.

There are so many bicycles gathered at Technopolis for the 6th Athens Bike Festival that it is impossible to keep count.

The National Theatre of Greece will be presenting Aristophanes’ classic political comedy-satire at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, translated by Minos Volanakis and directed by Yannis Bezos.

Portuguese fado, 50s jazz music, gypsy music and surf music from the legendary Link Wray to Duane Eddy, as well as epic Spaghetti Western soundtracks and Ennio Morricone.

Through elements of contemporary dance, dance theatre, lyrical music, opera and contemporary European music.

If you happen to be at the Cape Sounio beach on the last long weekend of September, you will have the chance to see choreography like no other in the world, being performed for the first time in Greece.

These exhibits have been transferred to the Herakleidon Museum in order to highlight this not-so-well-known aspect of ancient Greek civilisation.

Seventeen sculptors from San Francisco and twelve from Athens,will be joining forces at the Magic Carpet Ride group sculpture exhibition.

An original touch has been added to this year’s festival with the opening of the Athens Film Lab.

Prepare yourselves for a weekend filled with rock ‘n’ roll, swing, rockabilly and lindy hop.

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