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Thievery Corporation @ Theatre Vrahon

The Thievery Corporation pleased for once more the people who chose to climb up the hill of the theatre Vrahon.
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Location: Theatre Vrahon
The Band: Thievery Corporation
People: The theatre was crammed full
Organization-Sound: Well
Start: At 21:50
Finish: Around 24:00
Setlist: Some of the songs played :
Mandala (this started)
Warning Shots,
Lebanese Blonde,
Shadows Of Ourselves,
Assault On Babylon,
Exilio (Exile),
Sound The Alarm,
Liberation Front,
Femme Parallel,
The Richest Man In Babylon

The concert began with the Burger Project. The Greek band heated up the crowd with its nice covers of both foreign and Greek songs. Special cover song " the boat from Persia ".

After that  Thievery Corporation came on stage, who gave another good performance before the Athenian audience for two hours. Different
singers brought to the stage to interpret the songs gave a beautiful color in the evening and kept on communicating with the world. The duo See-I easily stole the show. In the highlight of the evening, one of the two See-I , invited the girls to climb on stage and dance with them. Several girls have responded to the call.

People were ecstatically dancing to the rhythms of songs and particularly in the most popular. When the introduction of " Sound The Alarm" was heard, the audience rose, and did not stop dancing until the end of the song.

A little  before the song "Vampires" with references to the International Monetary Fund  both singers who were at that moment on stage, commented on the economic situation of our country, and were extolled by the people. While in the videos shown during "Assault on Babylon" , there were some excerpts from the rallies in Athens.

In the encore Rob Garza left the decks for a while, and played guitar on the song "The Richest Man In Babylon".

Closing I would say that the concert was very good and satisfied those who chose the Theatre Vrahon. The music of Thievery Corporation with mixed and dub elements from different cultures is particularly dear to the Greek public. It is certain that the their next concert in Athens will be as successful.

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