Melbourne’s Antipodes Festival returns to Lonsdale Street this February


The Antipodes Festival is set to breathe life into the streets of Melbourne, Victoria again as it makes its highly anticipated return to the city’s centre this February.

The festival, which is organised by the Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM), will close down the famed Lonsdale Street for an epic celebration from Saturday, February 25 to Sunday, February 26.

One of Greece’s most significant and respected vocalists, Alkistis Protopsaltis, will also be headlining the event on February 25, performing on the main stage.

Photo: The Greek Herald / Chris Spyrou.

With stalls, free entertainment stages and roving performers, children’s rides and activities, as well as multiple bars and an array of mouth-watering Greek culinary delights, there will be something for the entire family to enjoy.

The Antipodes festival holds the title of Melbourne’s longest-running Greek festival. Launched in 1987, Antipodes, or the Lonsdale Street Greek Festival, has been a rich showcase of Hellenic arts and culture for delighted audiences.

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