If you thought you couldn’t possibly add one more cultural festival to your schedule, just wait until you hear about The Saint Demetrios Greek Festival. It’s been taking place once a year since 1960, bringing greek culture to Seattle’s Montlake neighborhood. Here’s what to expect from this year’s festival.

If you’re looking for a truly authentic and even homey festival, Saint Demetrios Greek Festival is for you. You’ll be able to enjoy Greek food, music, dancing and culture. That includes homemade Greek delicacies from spanakopita to Souvlakia to baklava, all freshly prepared at the festival.

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While you enjoy those delicious eats you can watch dancing from St. Demetrios’ award-winning Greek dance groups and listen to Greek music. You’ll also find great shopping, Greek wine tasting and docent-led church tours. It’s a full day of fun with something for everyone.

The festival is free to attend, and keep in mind that the festival is cashless this year. Credit cards are accepted at all locations and gift cards are available at the Information booth.

Saint Demetrios Greek Festival

When: Friday, September 29th, 12 PM-9 PM, Saturday, September 30th, 10 AM-9 PM, Sunday, October 1st, 11 AM-6 PM
Where: 2100 Boyer Ave E
Cost: Free/Varies