The Parklife concert series continues its rousing appearances at the Panoramic Steps of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, with bands from the alternative domestic music scene making up the soundtrack of the summer.
On Thursday, July 22, at 21:00, Ta Paidia tis Palaiotitas and Paidi Trauma connect the dots between Corfu and Athens with poetry, urban romanticism and rock’n’roll intensity. The two bands share the stage to draw the audience into songs of vulnerability and personal truth.
Coming back to live appearances, Ta Paidia tis Palaiotitas take the stage with an 8-member band to present their latest album, Enthymion Neanikon Syntrofion, “walking,” in their own words, “a fine line between subculture and emotional exhilaration”. Just before, Paidi Trauma enlists the help of four musicians to bring to life sounds and rhythms from his record Tha Katastrepso ton Kosmo, alongside older, favorite tracks such as “San Ichthis”. Based in Corfu, Ta Paidia tis Palaiotitas appeared on the scene in the summer of 2013, as the evolution of the popular band Kore. In 2014, they released their first album entitled 12 Tragoudia apo tis Katakomves (Songs from the Catacombs), followed by Consortium in Amato (2015) and Enthymion Neanikon Syntrofion (Memento of Youthful Company – 2020), which many see as their best work to date. Their rare live appearances are guaranteed to be controversial, led, as always, by their temperamental frontman P.E. Dimitriadis.
Paidi Trauma writes music and words in a high-rise apartment block in central Athens. Recognized as one of the representatives of contemporary urban song, he keeps his true identity a secret. He released his first album Mistikes Horeftikes Kiniseis (Secret Dance Moves) in 2018, accompanied by a manual for acquiring supernatural powers. Two years later, he followed up with Tha Katastrepso ton Kosmo (I will Destroy the World), which is based on the true story of a paranoid criminal arrested in the mid-1990s.
The Parklife concert series welcomes us back to the SNFCC’s Panoramic Steps, in keeping with all the necessary health protection measures.
The opportunity to attend the concert, in compliance with all necessary measures of safety in accordance with the Hellenic National Public Health Organization, will be given to a limited number of viewers, through advance booking online.
Maximum audience capacity: 375
Thursday 22/07, 21:00
*Pre-sale starts on Wednesday 14/07 at 10.00 for SNFCC Members.
*Pre-sale starts on Thursday 15/07 at 10.00 for the public.
* For their comfort, audience members are advised to bring along a beach mat or throw to sit on.
• online from the Ticket Services website here
• by telephone: 210 7234567 (Ticket Services)
Zone A: €10, Concessions €5
Zone B: €5 (limited visibility)
Concessions tickets of 5€ are available to students, peopled aged 65+, children and young people aged 6-18 years old, the unemployed, Persons with Disabilities along with their companion, multi-child families and residents of the Municipality of Kallithea. On the day of the concert, concession ticket holders will be asked to show their ID, as well as supporting documentation (student card, unemployment card, family status certificate for multi-child parents, certification of disability, utility bill for residents of Kallithea).
- There is a purchase limit of up to four tickets per person.
- Doors open at 20.00.
- Visitors are advised to be at the location 30 minutes prior to the commencement of the event.
- Entrance will be possible up to 10 minutes before the event's commencement.
- Tickets go on sale on Wednesday 14/07 at 10.00 for SNFCC Members and on Thursday 15/07 at 10.00 for the public.
- Pre-registration is required for both adults and children. No order of priority will be available on-site.
- All SNFCC areas are accessible to people with disabilities.
- For more information or clarifications, please contact the SNFCC switchboard on 216 8091000.
The use of face mask and social distancing measures are suggested in indoor and outdoor areas of the SNFCC, in accordance with Hellenic National Public Health Organization regulations.
Due to public health measures, there may be changes regarding either the staging of the event, or the maximum number of participants.
This event comes under a grant by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF). Alongside the majority of its events, which are free thanks to a series of SNF grants, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center also organizes a number of events with affordable tickets, thus enriching its income sources and securing its long-term financial integrity.