Thousands of Loukoumades sold at the 41st Delphi Bank Semaphore Greek Festival 2020


There was lots of dancing, food, and more dancing at the 41st Delphi Bank Semaphore Greek Festival, held in Adelaide. The festival ran from 11am to midnight on January 18th and will continue to run today from 11am to 11pm.

The Delphi Bank Semaphore Greek Festival is one of the largest Greek cultural festivals in Australia and the most extravagant in South Australia.

A volunteer driven event, the Festival showcases and celebrates Greek culture and heritage within South Australia’s broader multicultural context.

“It is this community and family spirit that underpins the success of The Delphi Bank Semaphore Greek Festival,” according to the Semaphore Greek Festival website.

The festival presents lots of food to over 35,000 guests, including 40,000 loukoumades, 15,000 souvlakia and 10,000 Yiros. Last year the event attracted more than 400,000 people on the Festival’s social media pages.




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