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8th Djangofest -Athens Gypsy Jazz Festival 2017

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DJANGOFEST ATHENS 2017 - 16th & 17th September 2017, from 12.00- 24:00 - Free entrance!- Technopolis City of Athens: Piraeus 100, Gazi
Contact: 210 3475518, 210 3453548 - - Access: Metro: "Kerameikos" Station, Trolley: No. 21 (from Omonia), "FOTAERIO" stop, Buses: 049, 815, 838, 914, B18, C18 .

The 8th Athens Djangofest Athens Gypsy Jazz Festival returns to Technopolis City of Athens on 16th & 17th of September!
The established gypsy jazz festival returns to the center of Athens along with the Meet Market for a two-day event dedicated to the legendary Django Reinhardt, his music that dominated Europe in the 1930s and 1940s and gypsy jazz arts & dance in general.
Djangofest Athens is something more than a concert; one of the biggest festivals in Athens, with many concurrent activities for everyone, all with free admission!
In this year's edition, except for the live show with bands from allover Greece and abroad, marks the partnership with the The Meet Market that confirms its festive character, featuring open dance and music workshops, lindy hop dance shows, luthiers’ jazz instruments exhibition and activities for children!
All day free entrance!

Bands playing:
Norbert Bouche Quartet feat. J.P.Molina (France) - Fable Quartet (The Netherlands) and in alphabetical order :
Antonis Priftis Quartet
Diakrotima (Preveza
Diminuita Le Petit Big Band
Gadjo Dilo
Hot Club de Grece
Jim Politis' Ghost Notes
Michael Paouris Trio
Tapi The band
Tea for 3
Troi mat

Dance groups in alphabetical order: Athens Lindy Hop, Athens Swing Cats, Jump & Jive, Rhythm Hoppers

Luthiers in alphabetical order: Apostolou Instruments, Gabojo, Thanasis Gritzapis, Goulielmos Guitars, Leveller Guitars, Mamais Guitars, RM Acoustics, Hordofono

The Djangofest Gypsy Jazz festival in Greece is an initiative of musicians who are involved with gypsy jazz music and their friends. As a self-organized event, it takes place with the actions of the musicians and volunteers involved, and with the support of Plenty Projects.

Last modified on Tuesday, 19 September 2017 10:31