Attracting over 15,000 people, the Oakleigh Glendi is a celebration of cultural diversity with an emphasis on Greek culture through music, performance and food.
- Saturday 2 November & Sunday 3 November
- 12pm-10pm and 12pm-7pm
- Warrawee Park, Oakleigh
This, free, two–day event celebrates the local community’s rich Hellenic culture, including the commemoration of the official Greek National Day known as ‘Ohi’ and the Patron Saints of Sts Anargiri, while endorsing and promoting the many other cultural identities that are present in Australia.
The Oakleigh Glendi will provide Mediterranean and Greek food and free entertainment with music and dance performances catering for everyone.
The Main Stage will see an array of traditional Greek music and dancing entertaining the crowds from 12pm on both days.
The Oakleigh Glendi is by no means only a Greek festival! Saturday will feature multicultural entertainment from around the world.
The Oakleigh Glendi will be hosted at Warrawee Park, Oakleigh, with limited parking available on site, however free parking will be available at Oakleigh Central, a short walk from the event site. The event site is easily accessed by public transport.
The Oakleigh Greek Glendi is managed and presented by The Greek Orthodox Community of Oakleigh & District and Oakleigh Grammar.