The Greek Summer Festival by St Basil’s NSW/ ACT, filled with Greek culture, food, and music, will be held this Sunday 12thFebruary from 11am to 9 pm at Carss Park, Southern Sydney.
Festival organisers have confirmed that popular Greek singer, Gogo Tsampa and Greek Australian band, Iho Nyx, will provide entertainment on the day together with seven Greek dancing groups.
“I am very honoured to be invited to sing for you all at the largest Greek cultural festival of the year,” Gogo Tsampa said.
The free community event, which will be held in the presence of His Eminence Archbishop Makarios and many officials, is set to be one of the largest to be held in Sydney this year.
Festival goers will enjoy a Greek style marketplace spread across the waterfront park and filled with over 100 product, information and food stalls.
Other highlights on the day include four amazing price raffles, The Evzones Collection by Nick Bourdaniotis and a spectacular fireworks display.
With free parking and entry, the Greek Summer Festival is a family friendly event with a range of free games and activities for the whole family.