Monday July 25, 1983, was on the radio and yes that was the big day. The day (the night to be specific) became that big party. Luciano Kelaidon's concert on the beach of Vouliagmeni de. It gathered 100,000 people, and remained in history as the Greek Woodstock, who took the music from the stadiums to the beaches (and more generally to the outdoors). He might not have had Borges, Kandinsky, and Sinatra (as Lucian says in his song), but had German, Zorbalas, Savvopoulos and Dalaras. He also had a lot of beer, fireworks, joy and carefree. And dives of course.
"The idea of the Vouliagmeni Party belongs to a purely poetic space, that is, I don't even know - well, how I conceived this idea," says Lucian, and that's how the magic begins. The truth is, that by the time he conceived it, everything was intentional. "Since January when I closed the beach near every full moon, I was walking out of the railings, sitting, watching and thinking about what I wanted to do." Why Vouliagmeni? Why that beach? Do you think everything was random? No.
Lucian has the answer. "Because it's a place we spent our childhood, it was the farthest beach we could go then, we usually went Alimo, Eden, Zefyros, Vouliagmeni was the finish. The beach has a similarity to the Roman theater concave. " Even architecturally designed it had it in his head. "The world would be in a semicircle. Logically the orchestra, the center of the circle, would be in the sea. " So the idea for the floating platform came, he went to Keratsini and found it. It was also fastened with four anchors and those who had to climb were coming in with a kraft curry.