London Greek Radio, in association with The Floorshop, proudly Presents:

The Summer Greekology Day and Night Party! Join us on Sunday, July 7th, at Trent Park Country Club for an unprecedented event.

Experience two Greekology Parties in one day for the first time ever!

GREEKOLOGY with live performances from the legendary superstar duo Christos Dantis & Konstantinos Christoforou, accompanied by their band, all the way from Greece singing all their hits. … and it gets even Better … just added to this amazing line up … special guest star from Athens ZAN BATIST and Our headline DJ, Andreas Michaelides, plus special guests

Ageliki Darra
Mixalis Theodosiou
Eleni C
Elizabeth Chapman
Katerina Neocleous
DJ Mikey Mike
DJ George Michaelides
Bouzouki Fever
Giorgos Gerasimos
Samsara Bellydancer

Get ready for the day and night party full of entertainment.

Bask in the summer outdoor vibes on the terrace during the day, from 3pm with our star artists, performers, DJ’s, live acts, live BBQ catered by Uncle Tony’s Taverna and as night falls, immerse yourself in the club and live atmosphere till 1 am!

Due to popular demand, family tickets have now been added exclusively via

Family tickets valid from 3pm to 8pm only.

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult at all times and will be required to leave the premises at 8pm. Children must be a minimum of 12 years old.

Adults will be allowed re-entry to the venue providing they produce their original ticket and retain their security wristband intact.

Tickets are now live, head over to to purchase your tickets today or for VIP table booking call, 07904 537 181.

Free glass of prosecco on entry before 5pm.

Booking fee will apply, NIGHT event is strictly over 18’s, photo ID will be required.

Summer Greekology is proudly sponsored by Apollo Bakery in Finchley & Cockfosters, Selina Quality Food Market, Anvoner Law, & Uncle Tony’s Taverna. ASSOCIATE sponsor The Floorshop.

LGR 103.3 FM, celebrates 35 years of broadcasting as a radio station on 13th November 1989, becoming the UK’s longest-serving ethnic station to hold an FM license.

Article written by London Greek Radio