Paniyiri 2017

Brisbane's famous Paniyiri Greek Festival is on again this weekend and it's your opportunity to enjoy and celebrate Brisbane's Greek community and all things Greek including delicious food, plate smashing, grape stomping and Hellenic dancing.  

 

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Paniyiri 2017 highlights include the introduction of The Plateia (authentic Greek Village), the 40th anniversary of the Hellenic Dancers, Church Tours and more than 20 hours of entertainment including the return of Greek Dancing with the Stars, the famous ZORBA-Til-You-Drop, Grape Stomping, Olive and Honey Puff Eating Competitions, Spaghetti eating, Plate Smashing, and the great Greek characters, Herc & Xena.

In 2017, festival goers are expected to down some 300,000 Honey Puffs, more than 100,000 Souvlakia, almost 12,000 Dolmades, 20,000 coffees, 1,600 kilograms of grilled Halloumi, 10,000 Shiftalies (Sheftalies) (Greek Cypriot sausage) and 1,000 kilograms of calamari.

 

 

WIN 1 of 2 double entry passes to Paniyiri 2017

 

To win 1 of 2 double entry passes to Paniyiri head to my Lady Brisbane Instagram page here to enter. All you need to do is ...

1. Have a public Instagram account

2. On Instagram follow Lady_Brisbane 

3. Tag a friend that you know would love to experience Paniyiri with you 

You can also enter via my Facebook page here by letting me know which friend you know would love to immerse themselves in all things Greek at Paniyiri.

Enter as many times as you like. Competition closes midnight Monday May 15 and the winners will be notified Tuesday May 16 by direct message.


Date:                    Saturday May 20 from 12noon AND Sunday May 21 from 10am

Location:             Musgrave Park & The Greek Club, Edmondstone Street, South Brisbane

Website:              www.paniyiri.com

Tickets:                $12 Adults (13+), $5 all Pensioners, Children under 12 FREE.

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