The Greek Festival of Sydney has today announced three major festivals as part of its cultural program for 2023, including a return to Brighton-Le-Sands after 20 years.
The Greek Fest Darling Harbour also returns next year to deliver one of the most prominent multicultural events in Sydney, with a must-do events calendar, giving Sydneysiders a taste of Greece.
This year’s program is sure to showcase the richest display of Greek culture in Australia.
“We aim to inspire local, national, and international artists with new works, providing opportunities for established and emerging performers,” Nia Karteris, Chair of the Greek Festival of Sydney, said.
“We strive to enhance Sydney as a cultural hub, engaging diverse audiences within accessible community spaces, giving recognition to years of immigration influence.”
*Please note: An extensive Greek Fest Cultural Program will be released early February highlighting over 30 high caliber events.
- WHEN: Thursday, 26th January 2023 | 11am – 6pm
- WHERE: Addison Rd, Community Centre | 142 Addison Rd, Marrickville
Free live music, Greek Food including Lamb on the Spit, Loukoumades, Children’s Activities. A typical Greek Feast of Dance and Food. All money raised will be donated to the Greek Community Home for the Aged.
Greek Fest Darling Harbour:
- WHEN: Sunday, 19th February 2023 | 10am – 10pm
- WHERE: Tumbalong Park, Darling Harbour
Free local and international talent, food and drinks, market stalls, dance performances and more, this much-loved annual festival is not to be missed. International act to be announced.
Return to Brighton:
After 20 years absence, Brighton streets are once again lined with our blue and white flag. Celebration of rich Greek history and influence that remains strong today. Free live music, food and drinks, market stalls, and dance performances. Be a part of the nostalgia.
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