Popular Greek Singer Dimitris Mpasis to Perform in Greektown on October 30

September 23, 2021

DETROIT – American Hellenic Congress (AHC) with the support of all local Greek Somateia is hosting an elegant evening with the Greek singers Dimitris Mpasis, Dimitra Stathopoulou and their band at the Atheneum International Center in Greektown Detroit on Saturday, October 30.

The event is a celebration and commemoration of the 200 years of Greek Independence from the rule of the Ottoman Empire.

For reservations contact the following:

Alexandra Sakelaris: 586-445-8585, [email protected]

Olga Alavanou: 734-516-3592, [email protected]

Dimitris Matsamakis: 313-319-4080, [email protected]

Ticket prices:

$150/person for the VIP Tables

$85/person for the rest of the tables

$50/person for the balcony

Make checks payable to American Hellenic Congress and send them to:

Dimitri Pallas

18894 Valencia,

Northville, MI 48168

Friendly reminder: The safety and well-being of guests is of top priority. In light of COVID-19 and for precautionary measures, AHC kindly asks guests to adhere to all state and local requirements including the most recent statewide indoor mask mandate, if applicable. Also, if you are not feeling well, please stay home.


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