Greek extravaganza planned for Antipodes Festival as full program is released

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The highly anticipated 2024 Antipodes Festival comes to Melbourne’s iconic Lonsdale Street this Saturday, February 24 and Sunday, February 25. The official program of events has just been announced and there’s a Greek extravaganza planned.

The Festival will feature 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.

On Saturday night, Melina Aslanidou will headline the Festival, promising an unforgettable musical experience.

Melina Aslanidou (left) with the President of the Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM), Bill Papastergiadis (right).

This year, Scoot has also officially announced that it will be an exclusive sponsor of the ‘Zorba ‘Til You Drop’ dance competition. Scoot, a longstanding supporter of the Antipodes Festival, has offered up the ultimate prize to the competition winner – a return flight to Greece.

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

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