Fairfield Village holds its first Cultural Festival for 2024

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On Saturday, May 20, the Fairfield Village Traders Association proudly presented their first cultural festival for 2024 – A Cultural Festival in Fairfield Village.

Wingrove St was closed and hosted live (on stage) cultural performances, children’s activities and entertainment, as well as roving artists entertaining through Station St.

Cultural Festival
Cultural Festival

At midday, a cohort of students from the MANASIS School of Greek Dance and Culture opened the festivities and showcased a plethora of traditional Greek folk dances, hosting a Zorba dance workshop, and of course a non-stop glendi for everyone.

Cultures represented throughout the day, included performances from African and Arabic drummers, Irish, Latin, Flamenco, Ukrainian, and Portuguese dancers.

Together with live music, and many other pop-up activations there was something for everyone. It was a wonderful day of cultural immersion!

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