Yassou 2009 Paniyiri Festival
Brisbane’s Paniyiri Festival is preparing to deliver Hellenic hospitality at its best over the weekend of May 23 & 24, 2009 at Musgrave Park and The Greek Club in South Brisbane.
Program highlights include Zorba Till You Drop, So You Think You Can Dance Greek, the Honey puff and Olive eating competitions and the spectacular fireworks on Friday and Saturday night.
When Saturday May 23 & Sunday May 24, from 2pm on Saturday and 10am on Sunday
Where: Musgrave Park & The Greek Club, Edmondstone St., South Brisbane.
For more information go to www.paniyiri.com
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