The 29th edition of the Ayia Napa Festival will take place from Sept 27-29 in Ayia Napa, a resort at the far eastern end of the southern coast of Cyprus. In recent years, it has become less known as a family holiday destination, and more for its bustling nightlife.
The festival’s program, designed to coincide with World Tourism Day, will be full of cultural events, exhibitions, music and dance, children’s’ activities and more.
The festival will run in Seferis Square, around the historical monastery in the town center. The events are designed to reflect the historical, cultural and agricultural traditions of the area.
Ayia Napa Festival will open its doors at 19:30 sharp on Friday 27th of September with a concert from the Philharmonic Band of the Cyprus Police Force, a performance from the Ayia Napa Municipal Dancing Group, a presentation of dance and music with the Greek Singers and Panayiotis Lazelas, a showcase of traditional Armenian dancing and a piece by the Orfeas Dancing Group. All this will be accompanied by fireworks.
Attendance to all events and activities is free of charge.
For further details on the festival’s program, call 23816300 or visit the Municipality website at www.agianapa.org.cy