The 29th Greek Festival of Sydney is nearing its end and waits for all the admirers of Greek music to celebrate its finale. In collaboration with Café Carnivale, they will present this great music festival, which will include the finest of Greek music, food and fun. Dancing and singing will go on all night.
The event will take place Saturday, May 28th, at 8:00 p.m. at the Community Center on Addison Road. The festival will be attended by George Doukas and his band Balcano, Kostas Polydoropoulos Giourtali with Carlo, and other artists. It will be a unique event that it should not be missed!
Special guests at this event are Polydoropoulos Kostas (vocals, guitar) and Carlos Giourtalis (bouzouki), which will also perform various Greek songs. A dance group of the Greek Orthodox Community of NSW will also appear under the guidance of a top dance teacher, Paroulas Gkaleli-Thermpan. For 45 years, Gkaleli-Thermpan has taught folk dances and culture to the children of the Diaspora. In addition, the group “Earthquake” led by Harry’s Claudius and Nelly Kordaki, will also perform folk dances.
The public is invited to celebrate multiculturalism through music and dance. The event is a great party that will conclude this year’s Greek Festival of Sydney.
Tickets are $22 for the common audience and $18 for the members of the Festival. The price includes food and drinks and free parking. Reservations and information can be found at: 1800 688 482 or www.cafecarnivale.com.au . Tickets will also be sold at the entrance.