A unique live performance with the top Greek music star Kaiti Garbi and the favourites of the alternative audience Someone Who Isn’t Me will take place ADAF Stage.

Kaiti Garbi
Kaiti Garbi is a unique artist and amongst the most successful top-selling Greek singers of the last 20 years, with more than 1.000.000 album sales over the course of her career, hundredths of songs and timeless hits, Gold and multi-platinum albums, live performances and tours all around Greece and abroad. Her voice is always familiar, a voice from the heart, with a distinct tone and “identity”. Her singing always passionate, sometimes tender and lovable and other times more sensitive and heartbreaking. This amazing voice joined with her impressive stage presence has equipped her with the ability to adapt perfectly and explore different music paths and through these different music paths the opportunity to offer to her audience both music art of high quality and entertainment. The warmth of her character, her honesty and immediacy has earned her the respect and love of both her colleagues and her devoted audience. She considers the love of her audience as her ultimate personal success, a success greater than any form of commercial success or fame.

Someone Who Isn’t Me (a.k.a S.W.I.M.) is a music project by three women based in Athens, Loo, Maria & Gina. They love analogue synths, surf and sweet guitar tunes and pure 80’s drum rhythms. They have released, two 7inch singles, Gomenaki & Stop & Remember (feat. Σtella) and their debut album Dance With You. The Gomenaki video clip was a hit sensation and won the Sound Award for best music video the IndieMemphis International Film Festival (2019). They are currently in the final mixing stages of their second album Heartbreaker. In between they composed and performed the OST of the short film AMYGLALA and got a special mention for best original Music score at the 44th Drama International Film Festival. The AMYGDALA OST was just released by United We Fly. They have played in many festivals abroad (highlights include SXSW, Popkultur Berlin and Mil Lisboa.)