Win a Round Trip Flight to Greece: Scoot to Sponsor 'Zorba 'Til You Drop' Dance Competition at Antipodes Festival

Win a Round Trip Flight to Greece: Scoot to Sponsor 'Zorba 'Til You Drop' Dance Competition at Antipodes Festival

Excitement is in the air as Scoot partners with the 36th Annual Antipodes Festival, to sponsor the highly anticipated 'Zorba 'Til You Drop' dance competition.

As a long-time supporter of the Lonsdale Street, Melbourne Antipodes Festival, Scoot is once again offering an enticing prize to the competition winner – a round-trip flight to Greece.

Scheduled for Saturday, February 24th, the 'Zorba 'Til You Drop' dance competition promises to be a thrilling event on the festival's main stage. In a test of endurance, participants will dance to the iconic music of Mikis Theodorakis until only one dancer remains standing.

Dean Kotsianis, a Board Member of the Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM), expressed his enthusiasm for the event, stating, "The Zorba dance is a timeless tradition. Its movements, sounds, and energy have the power to transport you mentally to Greece. Now, with our incredible partners at Scoot, we can 'teleport' there physically too!"

Antonia Tsamis, the GCM Events Manager and Coordinator of the Antipodes Festival, echoed Kotsianis's sentiments, saying, "I am thrilled to see the Festival continue to grow and flourish. We are grateful for Scoot’s continued support, which allows us to create unforgettable experiences for our Festival attendees, and the ability to offer such an incredible prize."

Mark your calendars for February 24th and 25th as the Antipodes Festival draws near. For more information on the festival, visit the official website of Antipodes 2024 (antipodesfestival.com.au) or the Greek Community of Melbourne's website.

About the Greek Community of Melbourne:

Founded in 1897, the Greek Community of Melbourne is a prominent community organisation representing the large and vibrant Greek community in Victoria. It offers educational programs to over 2000 students, cultural events such as the landmark Antipodes Festival, and advocates on a wide range of issues.

For further inquiries, contact the Greek Community of Melbourne at +61 3 9662 2722 or via email at [email protected].

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