The National Multicultural Festival is back for its much-delayed 25th anniversary!
Running from Friday, 17 February, to Sunday, 19 February, the festival returns with market stalls, live performances, interactive activities and food from around the globe – all the elements that have made it one of the city’s most beloved annual events.
Minister for Multicultural Affairs Tara Cheyne said you wouldn’t want to miss this year’s belated festival.
“This summer, we’ve seen the appetite Canberrans have for returning to the events they know and love, and the buzz from the community around the festival is at an all-time high,” Ms Cheyne said.
“The layout for this year’s festival has been carefully designed to minimise congestion around the stalls and stages, especially along City Walk. City Walk’s permanent plantings now make it an ideal place to relax and enjoy cooking demonstrations.
“We will have eight stages across the festival, so no matter when you attend or where you are, you’ll find a heap of entertainment, culture, food and fun.”
GREEK GLENDI IS BACK!
The Canberra Greek Glendi is officially back as part of the National Multicultural Festival this weekend!
The Festival will be taking place in the City from this Friday, 17 February, with the Glendi taking over on Sunday, 19 February, from 12-4pm!
Live performances from Canberra Hellenic Dancers + more
Greek food + drinks from the Greek Community of Canberra and Canberra Olympic Football Club
Find out more about visiting the National Multicultural Festival here - https://www.multiculturalfestival.com.au/
Thanos Petrelis Canberra
Tickets are about to sell out, so get in quick before it's too late
Friday 17 February, Doors 7:30pm
$120 per person, includes mezethes