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From its very first day, reworks presents the wide spectrum of contemporary electronic music in Greece as a living part of Thessaloniki. Taking place in different locations throughout the city on every edition, reworks tells a unique story to its visitors.
From the east to the west side of Thessaloniki, reworks creates cultural bridges, presenting different areas of the city, breaking stereotypes, by showcasing the different aspects of electronic music and its relation with the urban space. This philosophy, of evolving various different places, creating practically a journey within the city, is considered a novelty for the Greek festival standards.
In its 19th edition, reworks will present its content on 4 different locations in Thessaloniki. DJ and live performances will take place on some of the most emblematic locations of the city, while reworks will return back to its roots, to the place where it first started and bloomed.
Palataki (Royal Palace) is the neoclassical mansion located at the cape of Karabournaki in Kalamaria (Thessaloniki) and has probably the finest view in the city. It is a fine example of neoclassical architecture, designed in the 1950s by I. Christopoulos.
The Royal Palace is not open to the public. Following the success of reworks, reworks agora and preworks in 2021 and 2022, we are ready to return to the yard of this emblematic location for a 3-day music experience.
The yard of the imposing historical building will host reworks by day on Wednesday 20th, Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd of September .
Block 33 is one of the most known concert and event areas in Thessaloniki. Located on a historic building, it has been a reworks spot several times in the last decade and we are ready to go back dancing on a two floor evening on Friday night, September 22nd.
On Saturday, September 23rd reworks will come together with old and young friends at a really emotional place, where it was born and where it presented through the years hundreds of artists, a place where it evolved and felt loved, offering many experiences and thrilling moments to all of us.
Mylos complex will bring back memories from the previous editions, with 5 stages and plenty of musical choices from the wide spectrum of electronic, experimental, house and techno.
On Sunday, September 24th, our drive on the West Side of Thessaloniki will eventually bring us to The Met Hotel and its wonderful rooftop with a 360 view of the city, where reworks will declare its finale in the best way possible, by dancing with an amazing view, renewing the date for the next year.