The popular annual Ayia Napa Festival is returning to the tourist resort town, with an exciting programme of events.
The four-day festival kicks off at 7pm on Thursday, 22 September, with a ‘Music from all over the world’ performance by orchestras from local towns and villages, and will also comprise traditional dance performances from Ayia Napa’s municipal dance group and a dance group from Rethimno municipality Crete on Friday, 23 September.
On Saturday, 24 September, the Cyprus Police Orchestra will perform, along with a concert of music by composer Stamatis Spanoudaki.
The event will close on Sunday, 25 September with a Guinness World Record attempt for the Largest Sousta Dance, a performance by Russian dance group ‘Iberia’, and a performance of Virtuoso soloists from the State Orchestra of St. Petersburg.
The festival’s events are all free. For more information call +357-23-816307.