The Greek Festival of Sydney returns in 2020 with two-days of Mediterranean culture, entertainment and delicious eats.
Want to expand your culinary palette this weekend? Get ready to experience the best of Greek culture at a two-day Mediterranean festival. The Greek Festival of Sydney is returning again, celebrating its 38th year with a weekend of eats and entertainment at Tumbalong Park in Darling Harbour. As one of Australia’s largest and long-running cultural events, punters won’t be disappointed at this year’s event, taking place on Saturday, February 29th and Sunday, March 1st. The best bit? Entry to the festival is FREE.
So, what can you expect at the festival? Across two jam-packed days, the Greek Festival of Sydney will descend on Darling Harbour with a vibrant line-up of music, entertainment, market stalls, and (of course) plenty of Greek bites and beverages.
For foodies, this event is one not be missed with a diverse line-up of multicultural eats on offer. Explore the festival grounds and sample your way through pop-up market stalls serving a variety of traditional Greek dishes. Expect everything from delicious loukoumades (Greek donuts) to savory eats like loaded souvlaki wraps. Plus, to wash it all down, punters can get their hands on kafe kai frappes (Greek coffee). Craving something stronger? You’ll also find Mythos beers and ouzo (a dry anise-flavoured aperitif) being poured at the festival.
Along with delicious food and drinks, the Greek Festival of Sydney will be delivering a weekend of entertainment. Head along on to watch live music all day long, with the festival capped off by talented Greek singer Giota Negka, taking the stage for her first-ever live Australian performance on Sunday evening.
Ready to explore the Greek Festival of Sydney? The festival will be taking place at Tumbalong Park in Darling Harbour on Saturday, February 29th from 3pm-10pm and Sunday, March 1st from 10am-10pm. To find out more, click here.