Athens Urban Picnic


01 May 2023


Plato's Academy Park

Monastiriou 138, Athens


The Athens Urban Picnic launches the Athens City Festival. Located in the Park at Plato’s Academy, this is one of the most historic but less explored neighborhoods of Athens that will soon start playing a big role in the Athens scene when it becomes home to a revived archaeological site and the innovative new Museum of the City of Athens.

Celebrate May Day as summer triumphs over winter. The picnic brings a full day of fun for residents and visitors, including fun activities, educational workshops, shows for children, live concerts and music from local radio favorites HiT 88.9, Enlefko 87.7, and RED 96.3.

Spend an unforgettable May Day with Athens in bloom!



HiT 88.9 Live Dj set

11:15–12:00 & 13:00–13:45
“Pollen Pollen Everyone” from The Bee Camp team
Environmental education workshop that introduces children to the wonderful world of bees and plants, illuminating the journey of food from flower to human.

Face Painting by the Silya crew
Face painting and glitter tattooing that transforms children’s faces with impressive spring colours.

“Aesop fights” by the Mikros Notos theater group
5 well-known and much-loved Aesop’s myths come alive before the eyes of young and old, with pure handmade materials, interactive games, live music and songs with humor and unexpected transformations!

Creative workshop by the Parties2bremembered team
Kids paint and decorate large spring-themed canvases while making their own photo collage, capturing it with a Polaroid camera.

En Lefko 87.7 Live Dj set

Bubble Show by Felipe
A show full of soap bubbles, flying in the sky accompanied by a fairy-tale like, music.

Science Show by Felipe
An unexpected show that will captivate the interest of children of all ages, with impressive chemical reactions, magical liquids that change colour and objects that float.

Live show by the Musical Praxis Auditorium

Red 96.3 Live Dj set

Closest Metro Station: Sepolia

Metro to Venue: 16 minutes walking

Wheelchair Accessibility Yes


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