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The Holiday Countdown Begins at the SNFCC

November 12, 2020

ATHENS — In less than 20 days, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) Christmas World comes alive, brightening the night with thousands of festive lights.

This year, we may not be able to be there in person, but we can still enjoy the magic through a celebration broadcast live online on Tuesday, December 1 at 19:00 (EET). `Hosting the celebration will be Greek musician Foivos Delivorias, who will perform beloved songs in a virtual show inspired by a popular Athenian revue tradition.

The SNFCC will host a rich program of online events, concerts, theatrical performances, creative workshops, and much more throughout the month of December, culminating in a New Year’s Eve celebration.

The magic of the SNFCC’s Christmas World is brought to life through a grant from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF).

Discover more at SNFCC.org

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