Establshed in 2016, Over the Wall- Crete Rock Festival is run by Over the Wall Cultural Association.
The first OTW took place in Heraklion in 2016 and featured an all-Greek line-up. Due to the warm welcome it received and the enthusiasm this helped build, the second edition was a monster of an update…
OTW II took place in the summer of 2017, having expanded in both space and time… Headlined by the legends of Rock, Uriah Heep its line-up included the Swedish masters of Heavy Metal, Wolf and their acclaimed doom countrymen, Memory Garden. Staying true to its principles, it also featured an eclectic mix of up and coming Greek and Cypriot bands.
As for OTW III which is taking shape as we type, you are in the wrong page. Visit the news feed and stay tuned (unless you play punk, in which case you may be forgiven :p).
Matala Beach Festival 2020
The famous beach party has been canceled, due to coronavirus.
The official website will be updated with more info . Additional info can be found in the official page on Facebook or contact us for additional information!
Chania Rock Festival
CHANIA ROCK FESTIVAL IS BACK!
2 DAYS / 20 BANDS
On August 1-2 2020 Chania/Crete will host one of the bigger, louder, hotter and friendlier international rock/metal festival of Southern Europe!
Sea, sun, raki and beer, loud guitars and unforgettable memories is what you can find at Chania Rock Festival!
Sisters of Mercy
Summer Festival Chania
Cultural events are organized in the city of Chania during August, interspersed with theatrical nights, visual arts exhibitions, concerts with well known artists, nights with traditional music and dance groups.
The Tour of Crete Cyclosportive 2020
On May 10th 2019, cyclists from all over the world will come together for the first edition of the “Tour of Crete” cycling challenge to test themselves in this unique odyssey of distance, geography, climate and culture of Crete. 6 stages, will offer an amazing cycling challenge and a magnificent showcase of Crete.
Running from Sunday May 10th to Saturday May 15th 2020, the Tour of Crete will be concluded in 7 individual stages in consecutive days, covering a total distance of approximately 690 kilometres (429 miles) and total vertical gain of 12,950 metres (42,476 feet).