One of the biggest names in the Geek entertainment industry, Stelios Dionisiou, will be singing live at the Greek Summer Festival, which is to be held at Carss Park on Sunday 5th of June from 10am to 5pm.
Much loved Greek singer Stelios has travelled to Australia to perform in the ‘Greek Legends of the 20th Century’ concert which will be touring in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide starting from May this year.
Originally scheduled for Sunday 1st of May, the widely anticipated Greek Summer Festival has been postponed due to the inclement weather that Sydney has been experiencing over the past weeks.
In addition to Stelios Dionisiou singing live, festival-goers will be wowed by world-class Greek entertainment including Sydney based band IHO NYX; as well as seven Greek dance groups set to perform traditional dances.
The ‘Greek Summer Festival’ will be hosted by St. Basil’s NSW/ACT and is anticipated to be the largest Greek Festival in Australia with over 55 stalls already pre-registered for the event. Entrance is free.
The festival will be held in the presence of His Eminence Archbishop Makarios in addition to many officials.
Visitors can expect a Greek-style agora and marketplace with Greek products, information and food stalls spread across the waterfront park.
The festival will also feature lots of activities for the whole family.
St. Basil’s NSW/ACT promises that the event will pay tribute to the Greek culture with emphasis on the participation of some of the most loved Greek-Australian brands.
St Basil’s NSW/ACT is a not-for-profit organisation created by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia to provide quality care to ageing Greek – Australians.