In Good Taste Festival: FiloXenia band to bring music of Greece to south Sydney

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The popular FiloXenia band are set to bring the music of Greece to Hurstville in Sydney’s south on Friday, February 16 at the In Good Taste Festival.

In Good Taste is being organised by the Georges River Council and will once again bring the tastes of the world to the streets of Hurstville.

A variety of food stalls will showcase many different cuisines and a diverse entertainment program will ensure there is something for everyone to enjoy.

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The popular FiloXenia band are set to bring the music of Greece to Hurstville in Sydney’s south on Friday, February 16 at the In Good Taste Festival.

FiloXenia band will be performing from 7pm. The band features a trio of talented Greek Australian guys who had already built their “filia” (friendship) during a jam sesh that saw them combine their talents to create one of the most authentic sounds of modern Greek and English music.

Head down to MacMahon Street, Hurstville, to enjoy a range of food and drink options or head over to the MacMahon Street carpark to view the amazing entertainment on stage. 

Event Details:

  • Event: In Good Taste Festival 2024.
  • Date: Friday 16 February 2024.
  • Time: 4.30pm – 9.00pm.
  • Location: MacMahon Street, Hurstville.
www.antipodesfestival.com.au

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