Countdown is on for the 2024 Antipodes Festival in Melbourne


The countdown to the highly anticipated 2024 Antipodes Festival has officially begun.

In just 11 days, the festival will unveil 90 pop-up stalls, an array of delectable Greek food vendors, exhilarating competitions, thrilling rides, and three stages showcasing the talents of over 700 performers.

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Over 700 performers are expected at this year’s festival. Photo: Constantly Flashing.

The festival’s stages include the Main Stage, the A&A Holdings Stage, and the #LoveLonsdale Stage, each offering a unique lineup of performances to delight attendees.

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They will range from traditional to contemporary dancing. Photo: Constantly Flashing.

From traditional dances to contemporary beats, the Antipodes Festival promises a feast for the senses that has become a cherished cornerstone of Melbourne’s cultural calendar.

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This event invites all Greeks and philhellenes to come along. Photo: Constantly Flashing.

Central to the success of the Antipodes Festival are its valued partners and sponsors, whose unwavering support has been instrumental in bringing this spectacular event to life.

From presenting sponsors to Festival partners, media sponsors, and beyond, the Greek Community of Melbourne is truly grateful for the continued support.

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It’s set to be an unforgettable weekend. Photo: Constantly Flashing.

Stay tuned for more exciting announcements as people gear up for an unforgettable weekend of festivities at the 2024 Antipodes Festival!

The Antipodes Festival is presented by the Greek Community of Melbourne. For more updates and to access the festival’s program, please visit:  Antipodes 2024 (




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