On Sunday 24th May and on Monday 25th, Greek fans of Dulce Pontes, the Portuguese star who placed 8th for her country in the 1991 Eurovision Song Contest, will have the opportunity to see her live in Athens and Thessaloniki.
This year marks Dulce Pontes' twentieth anniversary in the music scene and the artist celebrates with a new, live album and a series of concerts around Europe. Her next stop, this Sunday and Monday is Greece. One year after a sold out concert at the Pallas, Dulce returns to Thessaloniki for one night at the Megaro Mousikis Thessalonikis. Tickets range from €30 to €75. The next day, Dulce will be performing in Athens at the Megaro Mousikis Athinon. The Athenian show is almost sold out.
Dulce, together with a seven member band, will present songs from her work with Andrea Bocelli and Ennio Morricone among others. The fado part of the show is dedicated to Amalia Rodriguez, to whom Dulce has also dedicated her latest album, Momentos.
After Greece, Dulce will be heading to Spain for two more concerts at Tolosa -Guipúzcoa and Zaragoza in June, and the tour will be concluded by two more in Cyprus, in Nicosia and Limassol in September. More information on Dulce's concerts here.