Hailing from Thessaloniki, Greece it aims to present the wide spectrum of contemporary music through the work of international and domestic artists. From experimental sound and modern classical music to contemporary dance electronic, from the performances of established artists to the first shows of new and emerging talents, Reworks is aiming to give 4 days and nights full of joy, music, opinion sharing, thinking and dance.
Musical styles, live concerts, workshops, talks, free events are presented every year, transforming Thessaloniki into a meeting place for music and culture enthusiasts from all over the world to Greece.
So far, Reworks has presented the work of 1200 artists in its history. With 50% international, 50% domestic artistic programming, the festival has also been a platform of presenting established and emerging Greek artists focused on the area of electronic music and beyond. Their work is constantly promoted by the festival, offering the chance to showcase their talent.
Since 2005, Reworks Festival has supported the existence and prospect of electronic music in Greece. Positioning Thessaloniki in the global music map, Reworks acts as a domestic hub for electronic music and its connection to fellow other music genres.
Bringing together contemporary culture and forward-thinking music in an urban environment, reworks is considered a touchstone for music and creative arts in Greece and a showcase for new trends and emerging talent.
It is a national meeting place for the musical youth of the country and is celebrated for its good value and quality programming. Based around the close connection and ties between the wide spectrum of advanced music, reworks presents new musical and artistic paths and directions in one of the most historic parts of Greece, the Byzantine city of Thessaloniki.
Each of its previous editions has been a landmark in the evolution of forward-thinking entertainment, featuring influential musicians, creative artists of both local and international origin and a great atmosphere augmented by the amazing weather that Greece still experiences at the beginning of autumn.