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Mykonos bar & club openings, parties & events in 2020

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Paradise Club Mykonos party photo from the club page on Facebook

Paradise Club holds its opening party on Saturday July 11. The club will hold daily events throughout the summer, with DJ sets beginning at 5 p.m. and host Jeff leading the party.

 

Scorpios Mykonos presents Valeron and his band on Saturday July 11

Valeron and his band perform at Scorpios on Saturday July 11

 

The Garden of Mykonos music event on Saturday July 11

On Saturday July 11, The Garden of Mykonos presents music by DJ Gorgio L (George Tsagarakis)

 

Rustic Grill Greek Night on Saturday July 11

Saturday July 11 is Greek Night at Rustic Grill, with entertainment by DJ Jo and karaoke master Mpalaska. The party starts after 10 p.m.

 

Sanctus nightclub Mykonos 2020 opening event announcement

Sanctus holds its 2020 opening party with music by DJ Brina Krauss. Entry to the event is by invitation only.

 

BEach Please Festival on Mykonos July 10 - 13 2020

The Beach Please festival takes place at various locations on Mykonos from July 10 to 13

 

Alemagou beach club Mykonos presents DJ Pan on Saturday July 11

DJ Pan will be on the decks at Alemagou on Saturday July 11

 

Tropicana beach club Mykonos Beach Please party on Saturday July 11

The Beach Please Festival takes place on Mykonos July 10 to 13, and Tropicana will be hosting a party for the event on Saturday July 11

 

Scorpios Mykonos presents The Sunday with Kaz James on July 12

Kaz James headlines The Sunday ritual at Scorpios on July 12

 

Oniro Bar Restaurant Mykonos photo from its Facebook page

Oniro Bar/Restaurant opens the doors to its amazing sunset and Mykonos Town views on Wednesday July 15

 

Rustic Grill Mykonos presents The Dutch Touch on July 15

Rustic Grill presents The Dutch Touch on Wednesday July 15

 

 

Opening soon

 

Void nightclub Mykonos announcement for summer 2020 opening

Void will be announcing its opening date and event line-up soon. As part of the club’s coronavirus prevention measures, Void has been redesigned into a “table only” configuration to provide safe distancing between parties. Entry to the club this summer will be by reservation only.

 

4711 Mykonos nightclub season opening announcement for 2020

 

 

Regular and scheduled events this summer

 

Tropicana Mykonos daily parties during summer 2020

Once again this summer, Tropicana holds beach parties starting at 4:30 p.m. every day, with host Sasa and music by DJs Argie, Terry and Mark Code

 

Tropicana beach club Mykonos Saturday event during summer 2020

Starting July 4, DJs Argie & Terry will play for the TropicanaLand Experience parties every Saturday at Tropicana

 

Super Paradise beach club Mykonos Sundays with DJ Vasilis Koutonias

Again this summer, DJ Vasilis Koutonias will be on the decks every Sunday at Super Paradise beach club

 

Baos Cocktail Bar Mykonos presents DJ Marios Ntoumis on Sundays during summer 2020

DJ Marios Ntoumis will be on the decks at Bao’s every Sunday this summer

 

The Phly Boyz bring their “uptempo musical vibes and jazzy feel” to Nammos this summer, appearing from July 2 to 24, August 13 to 28, and September 13 to 22

 

Sanctus nightclub Mykonos DJ event lineup for summer 2020

Sanctus has released its calendar of DJ events for this summer. The first party takes place Saturday July 11 with Brina Knauss on the decks, and it will be followed by parties each Saturday night until August 29.

 

Wednesday July 1 update: What will the 2020 summer party scene on Mykonos look like? With the threat of Covid-19 still present, will there even be parties?

Those are the questions on people’s minds as Greece reopens to international tourism, and as the bars, clubs, shops, restaurants, hotels and service businesses on Mykonos continue to open.

The Greek government has imposed stringent safety measures to control the spread of Covid-19, and the regulations will have a huge impact on partying on Mykonos. In fact, they already have.

During the Holy Spirit holiday weekend in early June, Alemagou beach club threw a season opening party that drew a crowd of hundreds of people, packing the club’s bar and beach areas. Authorities reacted swiftly, closing down the club and fining its owners €20,000 for violating the coronavirus control regulations. The club appealed the penalty, and remained opened for several more days pending an appeal, but the government insisted it wouldn’t back down on its strict rules for business operations. Several beach clubs and nightclubs in Athens also were fined and shut down after police and inspectors found severe overcrowding and other breaches of coronavirus control regulations. The government ultimately decided the penalties had been too strict for first offences, and allowed the clubs to re-open after a 15-day closure. So the good news is that Alemagou is now open once again.

 With the government warning that it will enforce its rules strictly,  visitors should expect the Mykonos party scene to have more of a chill lounge ambiance, rather than a wild & crazy scene of people packed tightly into bars and clubs.  If you’re expecting to join crowds of fellow partying travellers when you go to Mykonos, you could well be very disappointed. To avoid disappointment, expect a low-key party vibe instead.

Another question people are asking is: Will the travel season extend later into the fall, to make up for the late start this year? It’s possible; however, bars and restaurants are still just opening up for the season, and haven’t even begun to think about when they will close their doors this year. Fingers crossed the travel season will continue throughout October — but it’s simply too soon to say if that might happen.

We will post information about club and party opening announcements here as further details are released.

 

 

Clubs & events still undecided about opening

 

Cavo Paradiso Mykonos party image shared on social media

Cavo Paradiso has shared this party photo on social media, with the caption: “We will be dancing together again!” Exactly when has not yet been announced, though. The club was supposed to hold its opening party on Saturday May 9 but that event, along with the rest of its parties scheduled for May, had to be cancelled because of Greece’s lockdown to foreign travellers during the Covid-19 pandemic. At present, Boris Brejcha and Steve Aoki are still set to appear in July, while The Chainsmokers are still on the roster for August. Cavo says it will not make any further summer DJ lineup announcements “until the end of May or until there’s a clearer picture” of what’s happening with this year’s travel season in light of the pandemic.

 

XLSIOR Mykonos Festival 2020 update announcement

The annual XLSIOR Mykonos Festival is still scheduled take place August 19 to 26, provided it receives clearance to proceed with its events.  An announcement will be made on July 15 to confirm if it will in fact take place. XLSIOR is one of the biggest annual gay festivals in the world, and the biggest multi-day party event to take place on Mykonos each summer.  XLSIOR celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2019.

 

 

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♦  Mykonos parties, live music events & DJ shows during 2019

♦  What’s new on Mykonos for 2019

 

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Art, food, fashion, hotels, shops, clubs, parties & more: What’s new on Mykonos for 2019

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Rizes Folklore Farmstead in Mykonos exterior photo from the business page on Facebook

Olive Tree Mykonos sunset view dining terrace photo from the restaurant page on Facebook

Blue Marlin Ibiza Mykonos beachfront photo from the official club page on Facebook

Mykonos Olive Oil Tasting photo from its official page on Facebook

Aegon Mykonos exterior photo from the hotel page on Facebook

Contemporary sculpture in the garden at the Blue Fusion Art Restaurant

Open air dining patio at Taverna Kandavlos on Mykonos

Moussaka photo from the Olive Tree Mykonos restaurant website

Apiro Mykonos hotel website photo of a standard triple room interior

Sea bass tartare dish photo from the I Frati Mykonos restaurant page on Facebook

Sanctus Mykonos photo from the nightclub page on Facebook

Fresh fish on the grill at Sealicious by Kounelas restaurant on Mykonos

Sunset view from Chill Out Lounge Bar Cafe at the Chill Out Studios on MMykonos

Nusr-et Steakhouse Mykonos photo from the restaurant page on Facebook

Evripides Art Gallery Art & Fashion Project with Dimitris Ntasios at 30 Kalogera Street in Mykonos

From the top: Rizes Folklore Farmstead & Restaurant; the seaview patio at Olive Tree restaurant; sunbeds at Blue Marlin Ibiza Mykonos beach club; a flight of sampling glasses at Mykonos Olive Oil Tasting; Aegon Mykonos hotel at Kalo Livadi; one of the artworks in the sculpture garden at Blue Fusion Art Restaurant; the patio at Taverna Kandavlos; moussaka at Olive Tree restaurant; inside a room at Apiro-Mykonos hotel; sea bass tartare at I Frati restaurant; a lounge at Sanctus after-hours nightclub; fresh fish on the grill at Sealicious by Kounelas; sunset view from Chill Out Lounge Bar Cafe; a signature Salt Bae steak at Nusr-Et; contemporary art and one-of-a-kind designer fashions at the Dassios boutique/Evripides Art Gallery.

 

New & noteworthy: Besides the iconic white Cycladic architecture, sparkling Aegean Sea and brilliant sunshine, there’s much to bedazzle first-time visitors to Mykonos — a dizzying array of glitzy shops, glam restaurants, bustling bars and chic accommodations among them. With dozens of new establishments opening on the island each year, Mykonos maintains its famously vibrant and exciting atmosphere for returning visitors and local residents alike.

This summer has been no exception, as I have discovered: More than thirty new enterprises that have set up shop in and around Mykonos Town, at some of the famous beaches and elsewhere on the island. The newcomers include places to eat, drink, party, shop and sleep, plus some enlightening and fascinating attractions and activities.

 

Among the noteworthy highlights of this year’s arrivals:

♦ A new beach club at Kalo Livadi, sunset boat party cruises to Rhenia island, and a really, really, really cool place to get an ice cold drink. And, for night owls, three new spots to party into the wee hours of the morning;

♦ Fun olive oil tasting workshops where participants can sample some of the best Greek extra virgin olive oils and learn how to pair oils with food to elevate flavours and make their home cooking shine;

♦ Four art new galleries and exhibition spaces — including one outdoors — showcasing contemporary Greek art and sculpture; 

♦ Over half a dozen boutiques and summer pop-ups offering fashionistas even more places to shop and browse exclusive designer clothing and accessories in Mykonos Town and at Psarou beach;

♦ A meticulously recreated Mykonian farmstead where tourists can experience what life was like on the island in the days before electricity and Internet, view folk art exhibitions, take cooking and bread baking classes, and dine on breakfasts and traditionally-prepared meals in the farm restaurant;

♦ A wide range of accommodations with lodging options ranging from rental studios and apartments to luxury hotels and beach resorts boasting suites and villas with private pools;

♦ A vast array of appetite-whetting places to enjoy food and beverages, including new coffee and dessert shops; street food cafes; vegan and healthy food eateries; and restaurants specializing in fish, seafood or sushi; meat dishes; pizza; crepes; breakfast & brunch; comfort food; and Greek, Italian, Mediterranean and international cuisine. 

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Starting on page 2, I have compiled profiles of the new businesses, complete with photos, videos and links to their websites and social media pages (where available) so you can learn more and follow them if interested. I have deliberately packed this blog post with images so that readers who haven’t been to Mykonos before can get a good grasp of what Greece’s most sophisticated, cosmopolitan and international island is all about.

And just in case you think Mykonos is only a place where people go to party, bear in mind that the island also happens to be a major dining destination. With more than 400 places to eat, it’s a foodie delight, offering not just traditional and gourmet Greek food, fish and seafood, but also contemporary, internationally-inspired cuisines from around the globe.

Since many of the newcomers to Mykonos this season are restaurants and cafes, I have included plenty of pictures to show some of the food they serve — appetizers, main courses, breakfasts and desserts. But here’s an important warning: Don’t continue reading if you’re the least bit hungry; otherwise, you could feel absolutely ravenous by the time you finish scrolling through all the food photos!

Crystal View Mykonos view photo from the rental property Facebook page

Healthylicious Mykonos breakfast dish seen in a photo from the restaurant page on Facebook

Displays inside the Philipp Plein boutique at Nammos Village shopping center on Mykonos

Venus Gallery at the Aphrodite Beach Resort Mykonos photo from Facebook

Sunset view from Apiro Mykonos Hotel

Yomamas street food restaurant Mykonos food photo from the restaurant page on Instagram

Mykonos Boat Club promotional image for its sunset boat party cruises to Rhenia island

Major J Breakfast and Branch patio photo from the restaurant page on Facebook

Bulgari pop up store on Mykonos seen in a photo from the Nammos Village shopping center page on Facebook

Street view of LAragosta Mykonos in a photo from the restaurant website

Jennys Summer Houses Mykonos grand villa room interior photo from the property website

Burger platter photo by Cantina Mykonos street food restaurant

Blue Fusion Art Restaurant Mykonos patio photo from the restaurants website

I Frati Mykonos wine racks photo from the restaurant Facebook page

Partying in dayglo faux furs at Ice Bar Mykonos as seen in a photo from the bar page on Instagram

Entertainment at Cirque Mykonos nightclub seen in a photo from the club page on Instagram

My Plate Mykonos chicken skewer dinners photo from the restaurant page on Facebook

From the top: The view from Crystal View rooms above Megali Ammos; a breakfast dish at Healthylicious; the Philipp Plein boutique at Nammos Village; Venus Gallery at the Aphrodite Beach Resort; a sunset view from Apiro-Mykonos Hotel; a breakfast meal at Yo’Mamas Street Food Cafe; partying on the Mykonos Boat Club cruise to Rhenia; the outdoor patio at Major J Breakfast & Brunch; the Bulgari boutique at Nammos Village shopping center; night view of L’Aragosta Italian restaurant; inside the Grand Villa at Jenny’s Summer Houses;  a burger platter at Cantina street food eatery; the patio at Blue Fusion Art bar & restaurant;  shelves of wine in the deli shop at I Frati restaurant; partiers wearing dayglo faux furs at Ice Bar Mykonos; one of the entertainment acts at Cirque nightclub; skewers of marinated & grilled chicken at My Plate Mykonos.

 

Please click on a link below to read about what’s new on Mykonos in 2019.

Page 2 profiles new bars, beach clubs, nightclubs and party boat cruises;

Page 3 presents new cafes and restaurants;

Page 4 looks at new attractions and activities, art galleries, and fashion shops.

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Temptation island: Why Mykonos is Greece’s hottest holiday destination

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A tour of the heavenly island of Mykonos!!

A tour of the heavenly island of Mykonos!! With an exclusive and amazing video that highlights the unparalleled beauty of the island, the journalist and owner of Mykonos Live Tv Peter Nazos invites us to escape to Mykonos! Among the picturesque narrow streets, next to the churches and the monasteries, behind the freshly painted shutters, through the living tradition, the vitality of the night, the rocky hills and the heavenly beaches, the island of the wings can not hide its incomparable charm. Walk in the idyllic cobbled roads, dive into the deep blue and experience the unique atmosphere of the "queen" of the Cyclades. This is Mykonos, a top vacation choice!

Posted by Mykonos LIVE TV. on Wednesday, April 6, 2016

This video by Mykonos LIVE TV shows some of the popular beaches and tourist attractions that draw huge crowds to Mykonos every year

 

Intriguing island: It seems everybody loves Mykonos,  Countless people love its atmospheric beaches, restaurants, shopping, and nightlife, and happily spread the word about how fantastic everything is. And there are likely just as many who love to criticize and complain, warning anyone who will listen not to go to Mykonos because it’s overpriced, overcrowded and overly commercialized. With so much talk, whether by exuberant fans or equally enthusiastic detractors, it’s no wonder Mykonos is the most famous of all the Greek islands. Remember the expression “There is no such thing as bad publicity?” Well, Mykonos gets plenty, yet its popularity continues to soar.  

I think there’s a very simple reason: Mykonos has tremendous visual appeal. Watch the two videos I’ve published in this post, and it’s easy to see why millions of people want to go there. Professional photography helps, no doubt, but similarly enticing images of the island’s breathtaking sights and scenery have appeared for many years in news and social media, travel publications, lifestyle websites, fashion and design magazines, and hit movies all around the world. Heck,  I’ve been to Mykonos more than any other place in Greece, yet these videos make me feel like rushing right back.

The film at the top of this post, produced by Mykonos LIVE TV, does a great job of selling the island’s good looks. It presents fabulous views of the iconic landmarks and attractions that have made Mykonos a household name over the past five decades: beaches, bougainvillea, brilliant white buildings, charming churches and chapels, the Little Venice seafront, the photogenic pelican, the impressive Alefkandra windmills, the incredible blue skies and turquoise seas, the sensational sunsets, and much more.

 

 

However, there is another popular expression that applies to Mykonos: “Beauty is only skin deep.” Although the narrator of the Tripment travel website film, below, makes a point of mentioning the island’s biggest blemishes, warts and flaws, the video views of bustling beaches, streets and bars do a convincing job of selling Mykonos as an incredibly attractive, exciting, and vibrant place to vacation.

Acknowledging that the island can be extremely expensive and overcrowded during peak season (July and August), the narrator describes Mykonos as “the ideal destination to boast one’s wealth and happiness.” Still, there’s that matchless beauty and alluring aura that make people dream of taking a trip to Mykonos..

“The all-white Cycladic architecture, in combination with the blue colour of the sea and sky, creates really beautiful scenery,” the narrator notes, adding that the 25 Mykonos beaches  — “quite a large number” considering the island’s small size — are all “beautiful, with golden sand and crystal-clear blue water.” They might be jam-packed with rental sunbeds and umbrellas, too, but they still look so damned inviting!

 

Despite its drawbacks, Mykonos “definitely offers a unique experience to its visitors,” the narrator says, and “whether you like it or not depends on your personal taste and style.”

Nevertheless, “the fact is that it is the liveliest destination in Greece as people here enjoy themselves 24 hours a day, non-stop.” Mykonos, he concludes, is “a destination that has made Greece famous all over the world.”

And that’s a really good thing, in my humble opinion.

Even if you can get there only briefly, whether on a cruise, a day tour or a short stopover en route to another island, Mykonos is absolutely worth seeing. There’s nowhere else like it, and that’s a good thing, too. 

 

This clip from the Tripment travel blog dates back to 2014, but little has changed in the interim, and the video still offers an excellent overview of what it calls “the most famous and expensive destination in Greece.”

Mykonos parties and special events in August 2017

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~ updated on Wednesday August 30 ~

 

Cavo Paradiso Mykonos August DJ lineup

Here’s the August DJ lineup for Cavo Paradiso

 

Tropicana beach club  party event

Tropicana welcomes the arrival of August with a champagne shower party on Tuesday August 1

 

Moni club Mykonos party event

Orazio Rispo from New York’s Resolute club is guest DJ at Moni on Tuesday August 1

 

Madon club Mykonos party event

It’s Ladies First night at Madon on Tuesday August 1

 

Scorpios Mykonos music event

DJ Behrouz brings his Miami club concept ‘Do Not Sit On The Furniture‘ to Scorpios on Tuesday August 1. Also appearing  at the event are Birds of Mind, Powel and Viken Arman.

 

SantAnna beach club Mykonos

The Neverdogs lead the party at SantAnna on Tuesday August 1

 

VOID club Mykonos  party event

On Tuesday August 1, VOID presents “techno legend”Jackmaster with support from DJs Jimmy Lainas and Nick Jojo

 

Cavo Paradiso Mykonos party event

Bob Sinclar makes his annual appearance at Cavo Paradiso on Tuesday August 1

 

Stacey King at Belvedere Hotel Mykonos

Singer Stacey King and her band will be performing poolside at the Belvedere Hotel for five nights — from Tuesday August 1 through Sunday August 6

 

Tru Paradise Club Mykonos party event

Don Diablo and Tujamo take over the decks at Tru Paradise on Wednesday August 2

 

 

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