Southern Sydney’s most loved Greek Summer Festival is returning to Carss Park this year on Sunday, May 1 from 10am to 7pm.
The ‘Greek Summer Festival’ will be hosted by St Basil’s NSW/ ACT and is anticipated to be the largest of its kind in Australia with over 50 stalls already pre-registered for the event.
People are able to enter the festival for free and can expect to see a Greek style marketplace with product, information and food stalls spread across the waterfront park.
The organisers have promised the event will pay tribute to the Greek culture with a special emphasis on the participation of some of the most-loved Greek Australian brands.
Attendees will even be entertained by some of Australia’s most loved Greek artists, as well as a few extra surprises lined up. Activities to keep the children entertained will also be available.
The festival will be held in the presence of His Eminence Archbishop Makarios and many officials.
“With the challenges we’ve recently faced, it’s been a dream for many of us to experience a Greek summer,” a St Basil’s NSW/ACT spokesperson told The Greek Herald.
“With this kept in mind, the Greek Summer Festival will bring together the dynamic Greek culture in its true element through entertainment, food and product stalls, as well as showcasing our talented Greek Australians and Greeks abroad.”
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