Remos to tour in spring
Greek laiko singer Antonis Remos will hit Australian shores in springtime, performing four shows only in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Canberra
Greek laiko singer Antonis Remos will hit Australian shores in springtime, performing four shows only in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Canberra.
One of Greece's most popular performers, Remos shot to fame in 1995 with performances in Thessaloniki and Athens. He's hits include Kardia Mou Min Anisiheis and
Mia Anapnoi, among many.
Juggernaut Entertainment will be bringing Remos to Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra, for more info visit www.greeksingers.com.au.
The Adelaide show
will be presented by Musical Journey, with Nick Missailidis at the helm. Tickets start from $99. For tickets, call 0407 600 716.
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