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The Denver Greek Festival

June 19, 2015 - June 21, 2015

This festival is so much fun! And we’re not even Greek! Enjoy great live music and traditional dance performances, nibble on homemade Greek foods and even take a peek inside the iconic gold dome (spoiler alert: it is absolutely stunning). This festival is truly a highlight of summertime in Denver.

2015 Festival Dates
June 19th, 20th & 21st

Hours & Location
Friday and Saturday 11am – 11pm
Sunday 11am – 6pm

Description from the Organizers:

OPA! Come and attend one of Denver’s premier and FIRST summer outdoor festivals! Featuring LIVE traditional Greek dancing by the Hellenic Dance Academy of Denver, Idomeneas Cretan Dancers,  with Live Music by Etho Ellas. There is plenty of homemade food and pastries from throughout Greece to satisfy any appetite.  Bonfils will be onsite Saturday for a blood drive as well!

Our cultural center, book store & gift shop will include original works of art. Beautiful gold and silver jewelry, authentic Greek merchandise and breathtaking photography also available. We are located at 4610 East Alameda Ave at the corner of Alameda and Dahlia (see the map on the right of page). There is parking in our lower lot near the East Gate and on Colorado Blvd and Alameda and shuttles will run throughout the day.

  • General Admission is $5 per person a day
  • Free to children under 12
  • $3 for Senior Citizens 65 years and older.

Weekend passes are $10 and may be purchased prior to the event at the Assumption Cathedral.

There is also valet parking for $5 per car at the Metropolis Center lot.  Handicap parking is also available at the Metropolis Center lot.  We ask that only service animals are brought into the Festival.  Heightened security measures will require bag checks at the gates.

Festival Website: http://www.thegreekfestival.com


June 19, 2015
June 21, 2015


Greek Orthodox Cathedral
4610 East Alameda Avenue
Denver, CO 80246 United States
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