Dimitris Basis to wow crowds at Greek Fest Brighton-Le-Sands


The Greek Festival of Sydney has announced that international artist Dimitris Basis will grace the stage at the Greek Fest at Brighton-Le-Sands on Sunday, May 26.

This comes as the Greek Fest returns to Brighton-Le-Sands after 21 years.

From 11am to 7pm, Bay Street will be filled with Greek colours, live Greek music, dance bands and delicious Greek food in an outdoor festival that is expected to excite attendees.

Greek Fest returns to Brighton-Le-Sands after 21 years.

Dance groups from Sydney’s Greek and Cypriot dance schools will amaze the audience, and there will be plenty of surprises, competitions, and activities for children. A multitude of stalls with Greek food, as well as with authentic Greek products and services will also give an unparallel Greek atmosphere on the day.

Highlights of the day and highly anticipated by Sydney audiences is Basis and the participation of the band IHO NYX, one of the most recognised local Greek bands with a unique style and sound.

Event details:

  • Event: Greek Fest @ Brighton-Le-Sands
  • Date and Time: Sunday, May 26 at 11am – 7pm
  • Location: Bay Street, Brighton-Le-Sands, NSW, 2216

For more information on the programme and to book tickets to selected events, please visit www.greekfestivalofsydney.com.au




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