Primer 2022 welcomes Tyga and Tiësto!

Friday & Saturday July 8-9 at Plateia Nerou!

The most famous DJ of all time, Tiësto, and the superstar of the international rap scene, Tyga, will be the two big headliners of this year’s two-day Primer Music Festival, on Friday & Saturday July 8-9 at Plateia Nerou in Athens!

Primer Music Festival is the biggest dance music festival of Greece. It is held every summer in Athens, featuring superstar Djs and world-famous artists. Primer is located at the event area “Plateia Nerou (Water Plaza)”, only 10 minutes away from the city’s center, at an amazing outdoor location next to the sea. This year’s edition will take place on Friday & Saturday 8-9 July. The site gates will open at 17:00 o’clock in the afternoon and the festival will end at 02:00 am. A spectacle that unites all lovers of dance music awaits you at Primer Music Festival!

FAQ

GENERAL INFORMATION

What is Primer Music Festival?

Primer Music Festival is the biggest dance music festival of Greece. It is held every summer in Athens, featuring superstar Djs and world-famous artists.

When is the Primer Music Festival?

This year the festival will take place on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th July 2022, and will last from 17:00 in the afternoon until 02:00 in the morning.

Where does the Primer Music Festival take place?

Primer Music Festival takes place at Plateia Nerou, in Faliro, just 15 minutes away from the center of Athens. Plateia Nerou is located next to the Tae Kwon Do Indoor Stadium and directly opposite the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, by the sea.

Is there an age limit for entering the festival?

Yes there is. People aged 15 and over will be able to enter the festival area freely. For people under 15, parental responsibility or guardianship will be required. All guests should have an ID or passport with them, and if asked, show it.

By what time can I enter the festival?

You can enter any time you want, until the last artist appears in the festival.

How early can I get to the festival site?

You can enter as soon as the gates of the festival open, at 17:00.

Is there a WC in the festival?

Yes, there will be several chemical toilets at the festival site. Divided into women and men.

Is there provision for people with disabilities?

Please contact us by email at primerathens@gmail.com or by phone at +30 210 8940836.

Is there a First Aid Center?

At Primer Music Festival there are first aid stations with equipped mobile units and medical staff. You will easily find them as they have special markings.

TICKETS

What types of tickets are there?

General Admission:

General ticket holders will be able to be anywhere in the festival arena as they wish.

VIP:

VIP ticket holders will have the opportunity to experience the Primer Music Festival in close proximity to the artists and the festival stage. The specially designed VIP platform will be elevated and will be located very close to the stage, almost glued to it. Additionally, it will have its own independent bar.

Primer Music Festival tickets are not numbered.

How can I buy a ticket?

Tickets for Primer Music Festival can be purchased through our network of official resellers.

Official resellers of tickets for Primer Music Festival are PUBLIC (tickets.public.gr) and VIVA (viva.gr).

Online purchase:

Public – https://smarturl.it/PrimerTicketsPublic

Viva – https://smarturl.it/PrimerTicketsViva

Physical stores:

In Athens and all of Greece:

Public

MediaMarkt

Wind 

Athens only:

Ευρυπίδης 

Yoleni’s 

Purchase via phone:

Call 11876 (Viva)

Ticket purchase at the entrance of the festival:

You will be able to buy a ticket for Primer Music Festival at the entrance of the festival. However, for your best service and to save money, we advise you to buy your ticket earlier through the presale.

Can I buy a ticket with a card at the entrance of the festival?

Yes, you can make credit / debit / prepaid card transactions.

I lost / forgot my ticket. May I come in?

No, unless you have kept your ticket barcode as a photo on your mobile phone

I cannot come, can someone else go in my place?

Yes, as long as he has the ticket with him. Although some e-tickets state the name of the holder, this does not play a role, as only the barcode is scanned upon entry.

I can not come, can I return my ticket?

Redemptions and refunds are not being made.

How can I go out and come back?

After checking the tickets, you will be given an entry bracelet, with which you will be able to enter and leave the festival area, without the need to check again.

WHAT’S ALLOWED/ PROHIBITED

What items are allowed? What should I bring with me?

  • Hat / Glasses / Sunscreen
  • Small shoulder bags and waist bags
  • Non-professional cameras
  • Mobile phone charger
  • Identity card or driver’s license (or passport)
  • Your outfit of the year

What items are prohibited? What not to bring with me?

  • Glass objects
  • Metal objects
  • Sharp objects
  • Torches and crackers
  • Fireworks of all kinds
  • Illegal substances
  • Food and snacks from outside
  • Soft drinks and beverages from outside
  • Refrigerators and very large bags
  • Professional video equipment
  • Professional recording equipment
  • Drones and laser pointers
  • Your uncle’s jokes!

 

The security staff of the festival has the right to control and confiscate the objects and to remove the owners from the festival.

What is the dress code?

Young, wild and free!

GETTING HERE

Plateia Nerou is located at the intersection of Syngrou Avenue with Posidonos Avenue (coastal road), between the Tae Kwon Do Indoor Stadium and Beach Volley Stadium, next to the sea, and directly opposite Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center .

Getting here is easy, both by public transport and by car and there is a very large parking lot, accommodating more than 2,500 cars.

By public transport:

Metro Line 2: “Syngrou – Fix” (SEF)  stop. Then take bus lines B2 or 550: “Foros” stop.

Metro Line 1 (Athens Electric Railways): Neo Faliro stop. Then take either bus lines 217, A1, B1: “Foros” stop or Tram lines “Aristotelis 4” or “Thucydides 3”: “Delta Faliro” stop.

Tram: Line 3 (SEF or Voula – Glyfada) or Line 4 (from SEF or Syntagma): “Delta Faliro” stop.

Bus: Lines A1, B1, B2, 217, 550: “Foros” stop.

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