Elena Paparizou & Melisses Live

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Elena Paparizou & Melisses Live
Tour by Elena Paparizou
Start date July 27, 2012
End date September , 2012
Legs 2
Shows 10 in Greece (3 canceled)
Elena Paparizou concert chronology
Elena Paparizou Live In Cyprus
(2011)
Elena Paparizou & Melisses Live
(2012)

Elena Paparizou & Melisses Live was a joint concert tour by Greek contemporary laïka and pop singer Elena Paparizou and the Greek pop band Melisses started in Pafos, Cyprus on July 27, 2012. The acts toured 10 cities in Greece and three in Cyprus, ending in September 2012. The first solo tour for Melisses, it had been after being postponed for a week due to National Cyprus Day and to the economic crisis in Greece.

Background[edit]

On June 10, 2012, Elena Paparizou guest-starred on Petro Kostiopoulos's final show, "Vradi." Paparizou and Melisses performed the track "Popular" by Eric Saade as a part of their act. Originally Paparizou and Melisses stated their summer tour would begin in late June; however, tour dates were later changed. Tour dates were publicized on Paparizou and Melisses' official Facebook pages.

Set list[edit]

  1. "All The Time
  2. "Baby It's Over"
  3. "Girna Me Sto Htes (Around The Dream Remix)"
  4. "Porta Gia Ton Ourano"
  5. "To Fili Tis Zois"
  6. "An Ihes Erthi Pio Noris"
  7. "Pios (VMA Unplugged version)"
  8. "Popular"
  9. "Krata Ta Matia Sou Kleista" feat. Melisses
  10. "Treli Kardia" feat. Melisses
  11. "Krifa" by Melisses
  12. "San Kai Sena"
  13. "Iparhi Logos"
  14. "Tha Me Allios"
  15. "I kardia Sou Petra"
  16. "Anapandites Kliseis"
  17. "Fisika Mazi" feat. Melisses
  18. "O,ti Niotho Den Allazi (Love Me Crazy)"
  19. "Pirotehnimata"
  20. "I Hate Myself"/"Mr. Perfect (Playmen Remix)"
  21. "Mambo!"
  22. "Gigolo"
  23. "Macarena" feat. Melisses
  24. "Ai Se Eu Te Pego" feat. Melisses
  25. "Mesa Sou (VMA Version)" (Melisses feat. Helena Paparizou)
  26. "Abares" feat. Melisses
  27. "My Number One" (Duet with Melisses)
  28. "I Gi Girizei (Duet with Melisses)
  29. "Den Kanei Krio Stin Ellada" (Duet with Melisses)
  30. "An Isouna Agapi"

Tour dates[edit]

Greece,Cyprus
Date[1] City[1] Venue[1] Attendance/Max. capacity[1]
July 27, 2012 Pafos, Cyprus Summer Club 1,000/N/A
August 18, 2012 Katerini Municipal Stadium Pierikou 5,500/N/A
August 24, 2012 Mitilini Castle /N/A
August 31, 2012 Amfissa Municipal Stadium /N/A
September, 2012 Loutraki Level 2 Loutraki 0/N/A
September 8, 2012 Nicosia, Cyprus Presidential Palace /N/A
September, 2012 Rhodes /N/A
September, 2012 Patras /N/A
September, 2012 Mykonos /N/A
September, 2012 Athens /N/A
  • 1 More tour dates will be added and announced in chronological order.

Performers[edit]

Credits[edit]

Performance[edit]

  • Director: Kostas Kapetanidis
  • Art director: Fokas Evangelinos
  • Instrumentation/arrangement: Thanasis Hondros, DONK (Niclas Oaulsson and Toni Mavridis)
  • LED/lighting designer: Paris Anagnostopoulos
  • Sound: Nikos Chronopoulos, Giannis Xidakis, Spathi Eleni
  • Choreography: Fokas Evangelinos

Production[edit]

  • Production arrangement: Andri Orfanidou/Galaxias Paragoges, Kostas Christopoulos/Four Seasons
  • Production manager: Gerasimos Sideridis
  • Tour manager: Konstantinos Bletsas
  • Communications and public relations: Giannis Koutrakis, Hara Zafarika/Piarista O.E.
  • Television production: OBVAM AGM
  • Video operator and G-LEC engineer: Elias Binieris
  • Technicians: Andreas Georgiou, Michalis Petridis, Giorgos Tikou, Alexis Paterlis, Alexis Petraï, Giannis Triandafyllou, Dinos Freskos, Babis Tsakoumatos, Dimitris Andriannos, Gouseff Chalil
  • Editing: Tasos Bitsakakis
  • Post-production: Art Factory

Personnel[edit]

  • Make-up: Giannis Marketakis (effex+)
  • Hair: Christos Kalaniotis (effex+)
  • Styling: Al Giga (Elena Paparizou), Kostas Zisis (dancers)
  • Backstage personal management: Filio Zioga, Vergos Michalis

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Sony Music Greece (September 2008). "Helena Paparizou tour page from official site" (in Greek). HelenaPaparizou.com. Retrieved 2009-08-30. [dead link]

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