Paniyiri Greek Festival 2022 Musgrave Park Brisbane

Following two pandemic hindered years, with the 2020 occasion dropped and the 2021 fest selecting a downsized and to a great extent online Format, Paniyiri is getting back to its standard full scope of celebrations in 2022.

The Paniyiri 2022 Greek Festival, Brisbane’s widely acclaimed social celebration where everybody is urged to feast, dance, and party like a Greek, will take over Musgrave Park in South Brisbane.

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The celebration was begun in 1976 and is the longest-running cultural celebration in Queensland, and the longest-running Greek celebration in Australia. It was started by Father Gregory Sakellariou, determined to unite the Greek people group and impart their way of life to individuals of Brisbane.

Start and Finish Time:

Sat 21 – Sun 22 May 2022 12:00 pm


Musgrave Park (West End, QLD)


Booking Protection:

Injury          Illness        Public Transport Disruption      Breakdown       Freak Weather

Refunds are available via Oztix

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Musgrave Park in South Brisbane will transform into:

Kids Zone                                                          Craft stalls

Stage Shows                                                     Workshops

Entertainment                                                  Carnival Rides

Delightful Sweets                                            Games

Street-food atmosphere.                                  Sideshow Alley

Greek Club                                                      Excitement for all ages

Cultural items                                                 30 Greek food stalls

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Festival goers will have the opportunity to take part in:

·         World record Zorba attempts

·         Grape stomping

·         Olive and Honeypuff Eating Competitions

·         Hellenic Dancing

·         Zorba Till You Drop

  • Plate Smashing


Haloumi                           Moussaka

Souvlaki                           Gyro

Yiros                              Calamari

Sweets such as Baklava and Loukoumades.


Traditional and modern Greek music:

Zorba                           Sousta                    Kalamatiano                        Sirto

Party Like A Greek:

The dance is part of happiness. This year’s Paniyiri Festival promises to be bigger, longer, and better than ever before. We recognize the traditional caretakers of the land on which we gather, the Turrbal and Jagera individuals of Meeanjin, and offer our regard to elderly folks past, present and arising as we as a whole work towards a just, equitable and accommodated Australia.

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