Next Sunday Preston Market will transform into a Greek party with the return of its Greek Day.

For five hours straight, the northside market will host live music, dance entertainment, free kids’ activities and an array of food and merch pop-up stalls.

The dancing will be provided by Manasis School of Greek Dance and Culture, who will be performing throughout the day with their traditional moves and authentic folk costumes.

Some of the food event-goers can expect will be from pop-up stalls of St.Gerry’s Greek Donuts, Twista Bros Potato Twists and more.

And for the young, they can be entertained with a variety of kid’s activities from 11am to 1pm, including pot decorating and seed planting.

From its beginning in 1970 as a traditional European precinct, Preston Market has evolved into a thriving multicultural community.

Greek Day celebrates this cultural diversity and allows everyone to experience a taste of Hellenic culture.

When: Sunday April 7, 10am-3pm

Where: Preston Market, 30A The Centreway, Preston

Pricing: Free entry, free activities and entertainment. Food and beverages available to purchase.

Large crowd gathers to watch Greek dancing. Photo: Supplied
Crowd watches on to see traditional Greek dancing. Photo: Supplied
Dancing at Big Fat Greek Day III in 2019. Photo: Supplied
Greek youth dance in front of a crowd at Preston Market. Photo: Supplied
Traditional Greek dancers. Photo: Supplied