Melbourne’s Antipodes Festival set to return in February 2024

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The biggest celebration of Greek culture in Victoria, the Antipodes Festival, is set to return to Lonsdale Street in 2024.

According to a Facebook post by the Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM), the Antipodes Festival is returning on the weekend of Saturday, February 24 to Sunday, February 25 next year.

The GCM urged people to “prepare for another unmissable, epic experience.”

“We’re working tirelessly to bring an extraordinary line-up of performers, artists, stall holders and surprises that will leave you breathless,” the GCM said in the post.

“Prepare for an experience that will ignite your passion for Greek culture like never before! Spread the word and get ready to be a part of the most epic weekend ever!”

In the lead up, the Community is holding an ‘Antipodes Festival Roundtable Discussion’ at The Greek Centre on Wednesday, July 5, for people who want to share their festival ideas with organisers. To register follow the link https://wkf.ms/3JVaQEv

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