On June 25th the Rolling Stones in Greece. All details! - Wishevoke

On June 25th the Rolling Stones in Greece. All details!

Now it’s more than confirmed: The greatest rock’n’roll band of all time Rolling Stoneswill be in our country for a single performance Sunday, June 25th in the Olympic Stadium! In a press conference at midday at the Great Britain Hotel in Syntagma, the managers of DiDi Music spoke together with the manager of the Olympic Stadium, Mr. Yiannopoulos, as well as the manager of the company TICKETPRO (a global company that sells tickets to concerts). , theatrical performances, events, etc.) Serge Grimaux, informed the press representatives about what, in their opinion, is the largest event in our country after the Olympic Games, which will certainly be the largest musical production that has taken place in our country.

Following the tradition that each of their tours should be more impressive than the last, A Bigger Bang Tour is designed so that each of their shows is spectacular and even more impressive than those that have attended previous tours of the legendary group, for example the Bridges To Babylon Tour that led through the Olympic Stadium again in September 1998. The biggest innovation of the new tour is the ability for 232 people to watch the concert from two towering buildings located on the huge stage. .or rather, from behind! In addition to the main stage, there will also be a second stage, the “Small One”, located inside the arena, where the Stones will play a few songs in the middle of the set, surrounded by their fans! The two tents are connected by a special corridor. As most will probably remember, something similar happened in 1998. It is also noteworthy that the arena is divided in the middle by a 40 meter long bar. One part (Pitch A) begins on the main stage and extends to just after the small stage. The second part (Pitch B) covers the remaining space.




As Mr. Grimaux tellingly mentioned, the screens there will be so big that everyone will feel as if the Stones are playing next to them. On the other hand, the stage, also due to its size, will give the impression that you are in a smaller location than the actual stadium area. All of the equipment needed for the concert, other than weighing more than 1,000 tons, will be transported to OAKA. from 117 trucks! 1,200 Greeks and 250 foreign technicians will start working on June 19th, a full 6 days before the major event.

On the day of the concert, the doors open promptly at 5:00 p.m. The support group appears at 7:30 p.m., while the Rolling Stones take the stage at around 9:30 p.m. As far as the support group is concerned, nothing is certain yet. There are many candidate names, although the possibility that support comes from Greece has not been ruled out. What is certain is that the final decision will be made after consultation with the Stones’ management. It is estimated that (just) the Stones show lasts just under 3 hours!

Tickets will go on sale on March 7th, but fan club members will be able to reserve their own seats starting on the first of the same month! Ticket House prices are as follows:
For the arena, parking space B: 78 euros, parking space A: 90 euros.
For seats: In the upper stadium area: 84 euros. Below and opposite the stage: 95 euros. In the lower area, on the sides of the stage, 106 euros, in the VIP area 280 euros. The prices for the 232 privileged seats on stage will be announced shortly. FYI: It is expected to be significantly more expensive than the VIP tickets.




If someone wants to book by phone or internet with credit card, the prices for the above positions are: 83, 95, 89, 101, 112 and 297 euros. Credit card purchases are made through TicketPro on the company’s website www.ticketpro.gr and through its call center. It is advisable to book tickets as early as possible as the concert, like the rest of the A Bigger Bang Tour, is expected to sell out. The number of tickets available is exactly: 78,692 (including around 30,000 in the arena)!

Finally, it is impressive that the Stones themselves have expressed the desire to perform in our country again! In fact, in a video shown during the presentation of the concert, Mick Jagger himself appeared and explained that this time they will also tour Athens, something they did not do on their last tour “Forty Licks”.

The countdown has already begun for the biggest concert event we will see in Greece…




Tip: Even if you’re not a fan of the Rolling Stones or have only heard two of their songs, don’t make the mistake of not visiting the Olympic Stadium…

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