JAZZ FESTIVALThe Rhodes Jazz Festival is Back on Friday for the 8th Season

Aside beautiful beaches, exquisite nature, yummy food and great nightlife, Rhodes Island has one more thing to offer to its visitors this summer.

The Rhodes Jazz Festival starts on Friday and will take place in the old town of Rhodes, at the Gate of St.Paul. The location is a beautiful path through a medieval alley, close to the sea.

The Rhodes Jazz Festival is Back on Friday for the 8th Season. | Source: The Rhodes Jazz Festival/Facebook

According to the Mayor of Rhodes, Antonis V. Kambourakis: “The Rhodes Jazz Festival is one of the most important cultural events of the Greek summer. Having gone through a successful course of eight years, it has now developed into an institution for the cultural events of our country.”

“The event has acquired a loyal audience that supports it for its artistic value and for the unique moments of high value it offers. It has established itself in the consciousness of the permanent residents as well as the visitors of our island,” said the Mayor.

What to expect – sound of jazz in a magical location with sea views that will make each and every night unforgettable. Entrance to this event is free.


Date: July 7 – 10, 2023

Venue: Gate of St.Paul, Old Town, Rhodes, Greece.

Entrance Fee : FREE



Friday 7th of July

  • 21:00 ISHRAQ (Trio Performance)
  • 22:00 Cenk Erdogan

Saturday 8th of July

  • 21:00 Stathis Anninos – (Trio Performance)
  • 22:00 Thanos Stavridis – (Quartet Performance)

Sunday 9th of July

  • 21:00 Kepler Is Free
  • 22:00 Sokratis Sinopoulos (Quartet Performance)
  • Special performance: Giannis Kladakis playing traditional musical instrument Lyra

Monday 10th of July

  • Additional music event will take place on Monday 10th of July in the Museum of Modern Greek Arts of Rhodes
  • 21:00 Stathis Anninos (Solo Performance)


Source: The Rhodes Jazz Festival/Facebook
Source: The Rhodes Jazz Festival/Facebook
Source: The Rhodes Jazz Festival/Facebook
Source: The Rhodes Jazz Festival/Facebook
Source: The Rhodes Jazz Festival/Facebook
Source: The Rhodes Jazz Festival/Facebook

About Rhodes

Rhodes is a beautiful island located in the southeastern Aegean Sea, Greece. It is the largest of the Dodecanese islands and offers a perfect blend of history, natural beauty, and vibrant culture.

Known as the “Island of the Knights,” Rhodes boasts a rich historical heritage. Its Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a labyrinth of narrow cobbled streets, medieval walls, and impressive architecture, including the iconic Palace of the Grand Master. Visitors can explore ancient ruins, such as the Acropolis of Rhodes and the ancient city of Kamiros, which provide glimpses into the island’s fascinating past.

Beyond its historical significance, Rhodes offers stunning natural landscapes. From golden sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters to picturesque villages and lush valleys, the island’s diverse scenery is a delight to explore. Pristine beaches like Faliraki, Lindos, and Tsambika attract sun-seekers, while the rugged mountains of Profitis Ilias and Mount Attavyros offer opportunities for hiking and panoramic views.

Rhodes also caters to a vibrant and lively atmosphere. The island offers a wide range of entertainment, including lively nightlife, traditional festivals, and cultural events. Visitors can savor delicious Greek cuisine in local tavernas, browse through vibrant markets, or relax in charming cafes.

Overall, Rhodes is a captivating destination that combines ancient history, natural beauty, and a lively atmosphere. Whether you’re seeking relaxation on the beach, cultural exploration, or a vibrant nightlife, Rhodes has something to offer every traveler.