Antipodes Festival is the biggest celebration of Greek culture in Australia.
Featuring market stalls, live music, dance and cultural performances, the Antipodes Festival is a huge celebration of Greek culture. It’s set to take over the entirety of Lonsdale Street in the CBD for two huge days of festivities on February 24 and 25.
There are over 90 stalls to peruse, roving performers, a zorba ’til you drop contest, songs by Greek performers, a pasito cooking competition and much, much more.
Antipodes Greek Festival
- As one of the largest celebrations of Greek culture, the Antipodes Festival will take over the whole of Lonsdale Street in the CBD
- There will be market stalls, live music, dance and cultural performance
- It takes place on Saturday, February 24 and Sunday, February 25
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Taking over the historic Lonsdale Street Greek precinct, The Greek Community of Melbourne’s Antipodes street party is the largest of its kind in Melbourne. As well as three free entertainment stages, roving performers and children’s rides and activities – they’ve got multiple bars as well as an array of mouthwatering Greek culinary delights to keep you fuelled throughout the festivities.
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With the famous Lonsdale Street Greek Precinct undergoing renovations that will be complete in time for the festival, there will be tons of new greenery, repaired bluestone pavers and improved dining facilities to enjoy at Antipodes Festival.
“Melbourne’s Lonsdale St Greek precinct is a vibrant hub of culture and celebration,” said Lord Mayor Sally Capp. “For decades Lonsdale St has been the home of our Greek community, boasting some of the best restaurants in the city and hosting the annual Antipodes Greek Festival.”
It all goes down at the Lonsdale Street Greek Precinct on February 24 and 25. Find out more by heading to Antipodes Festival’s website.