The Perth Glendi Festival promises to bring a taste of Greece to western Australia for one more year on the weekend of April 21-22.
Visitors will have the opportunity to savor traditional Greek dishes, great Greek singers, musicians and dance troupes, Greek fun with plate smashing and belly dancing, cooking demos by renowned chefs, rides for children, stalls with Greek goods, the ‘World’s Largest LiveLighter Zorba Dance’ and more.
In 2016, almost 2,000 people joined hands to dance the ‘World’s Largest LiveLighter Zorba Dance’. Organizers hope to break that record this year.
‘Glendi’ is Greek for fun time and there will be plenty of it at the Perth Glendi Festival for young and old, all this accompanied by tasty food.
George Diakomichalis, the renowned Greek Australian pastry chef and head of the multi award-winning business Kalymnos Pastries in Adelaide, will be showcasing his art one more time.
The Perth Glendi Festival will take place at at Elizabeth Quay on Saturday,
April 21 from 3 p.m. – 10 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.! Admission is only $2
per person and free for children under 12.