Stelios Dionisiou to perform at Greek Summer Festival by St Basil’s NSW/ACT


The Greek Summer Festival by St Basil’s NSW/ ACT at Carss Park is set to be filled with Greek culture, food and music on Sunday, June 5.

Festival organisers have confirmed that popular Greek singer, Stelios Dionisiou, and Greek Australian band, Iho Nyx, will provide entertainment on the day together with seven Greek dancing groups.

“I am honoured to be invited to sing for you all at this wonderful festival. Please come and enjoy the day with the best Greek songs,” Stelios Dionisiou said.

The free community event, which will be held in the presence of many distinguished guests, is set to be one of the biggest to be held in Sydney this year.

It will also include a Greek style marketplace with 52 product, information and food stalls spread across the waterfront park.

This is a family friendly event with a range of games and activities for the whole family!

St Basil’s NSW/ACT is an activity of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia.




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