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The Greek Glenti in Darwin is just around the corner, so be sure to leave the weekend of 9 - 10 June free to celebrate in the largest ethnic party in the Northern Territory
The Greek Glenti in Darwin is just around the corner, so be sure to leave the weekend of 9 - 10 June free to celebrate in the largest ethnic party in the Northern Territory.
The Greek Glenti, held at historic Bicentennial Park in Darwin, is a fun and vibrant festival where the Greek community shares their culture, food, wine, dance and music with locals and visitors. The Glenti consists of local and interstate entertainment and acts and besides being able to eat Greek food, you can see people wearing traditional Greek clothing, be enlightened by the Greek culture, listen to Greek music, and see traditional dancing and much more.
The Greek Glenti will be held at Bicentennial Park in Darwin on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 June at midday.
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