Greek musicians help bring the feeling of Greece to the Festival. What makes Greek music so unique and festive is the sound of the bouzouki. There is no other instrument like it. When combined with other instruments, you can’t help but tap your feet and sing along!



GreekFest’s world-famous Zorba Show transports the audience to a Greek taverna where men and women dance with passion, energy, and sometimes even sadness.

It’s a high-impact show with high kicks, plate-breaking, and even fire! It absolutely cannot be missed.



Nothing will satisfy your sweet tooth more than one of our delicious Greek desserts. There are many different kinds to try, each offering its own sinful pleasure.

One of the favourites of GreekFest-goers is Baklava. It consists of layer upon layer of buttered filo pastry with ground walnuts, topped with a honey syrup.

Another must-try are our mouth-watering Loukoumades. They are feather light, deep-fried honey puffs, dipped in syrup and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar.

Don’t forget to order a Greek coffee with your dessert to wash it all down – but be careful – the grinds are not to be drunk!



Traditional dance is deeply ingrained in Hellenic Culture. Our history is not only communicated and passed down through spoken word, but through the visual language of dance. Not only is the movement important, but so is the accompanying song whose lyrics focus on a number of topics and occasions. These include village society and daily life, relationships, loss, hope, war, and spirituality.

Each region in Greece is unique and identifiable in its instrumentation and its traditional costumes.



The day would not be complete without taking a tour of our Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church.

We offer daily tours in English and French. Our helpful guides are always keen to answer any of your questions.



Make sure to visit our Monasteraki for some great mementos from GreekFest.



August 15th is a very special day for our Greek community. It is the name day of our Church – The Dormition of the Virgin Mary.

In August, we begin to prepare ourselves for one of the most important Feast Days on the Ecclesiastical Calendar, the Falling Asleep of the Virgin Mary.

Her falling asleep in the Lord occurred on the 15th of August and therefore we celebrate this date as the day of the Repose (Dormition) of the Holy Mother, or in Greek, (Kimissis tis Theotokou). The word “Theotokos” is a Greek word which literally translates as “God-bearer”, which is another descriptive name for the Holy Mother.

In preparation for this solemn feast, Orthodox Christians observe a period of spiritual discipline during the first fifteen days of August. Persons named Maria, Mary, Panayiota (Peggy-Penny) Panayiotis (Peter), Despina or any other variation of these names, celebrate on this date.