So-Tiri is coming to Australia
For the first time ever, the Greek American YouTube sensation known as So-Tiri will be stepping on Australian soil
For the first time ever, the Greek American YouTube sensation known as So-Tiri will be stepping on Australian soil. So-Tiri, aka Billy Anastasiou, is a New York-born Greek American, and at 28 years of age, the first Greek American rapper.
His well known YouTube hit Feta Kai Psomi went viral receiving massive attention, his music videos smashing over 10 million views and becoming a worldwide sensation. So-Tiri's other tracks include Avgolemono and his latest hit track Eimai Stin Ellada is one of the leading Greek tracks sold on iTunes.
Having performed in Greece and America, So-Tiri will be performing along with DJ G-Tech, one of America's leading Greek DJs. Together they will put on a Greek night unlike anything we've seen in Australia, and will have us all reaching for our feta kai psomi.
The So-Tiri tour dates are: Heaven Nightclub, Adelaide, 28 October; Bar 4143, Sydney, 29 October; Love Machine, Melbourne, 31 October (Melbourne Cup Eve). Tickets available from moshtix.com.au or visit www.sotiriaustour.com for full details and ticket outlets.
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