Greek cultural festival returns to Preston Market in Victoria


Preston Market has announced the return of its much-loved Greek Day on Sunday, 7 April 2024.

From 10am to 3pm, the northside market will transform into a vibrant Greek party, complete with live music, dance entertainment, free kids activities, and a huge array of specialty food and merch pop-up stalls.

Greek Day
All photos copyright: Giorgia Di Battista.
Greek day at Preston Market

No Greek celebration would be complete without dancing, and no one knows how to dance quite like the Manasis School of Greek Dance and Culture. Catch their performance from 10am – 3pm and be immersed in their traditional moves, authentic folk costumes, and unmatched energy.

Event-goers can also expect a raft of exciting food and merchandise pop-up stalls including St. Gerry’s Greek Donuts, Twista Bros Potato Twists and more.

Greek Day

To keep the young and the young at heart entertained, a variety of kids activities will be running from 11am to 1pm, including pot decorating and seed planting.

Since its establishment in 1970 as a traditional European precinct, Preston Market has evolved into a thriving multicultural community.

Greek Day at preston market
Greek Day at preston market

Greek Day at Preston Market celebrates this cultural diversity, providing an opportunity for everyone to come together and experience Hellenic culture in all its glory.

Preston Market invites the community, far and wide to join in the day of Greek celebration. Immerse yourself in the joy of dancing, music, engaging family activities, and indulge in delicious Greek cuisine. You won’t want to miss it!

Greek Day at preston market
Greek Day at preston market
Greek Day at preston market

Preston Market Greek Day 2024 event details:

  • When: Sunday 7 April 2024
  • Time: 10am – 3pm
  • Where: Preston Market, 30A The Centreway, Preston 
  • Pricing: Free entry, free activities and entertainment. Food and beverages available to purchase.




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