101st Annual St. Louis Greek Festival
Labor Day Weekend
Friday, Aug. 31st - Monday, Sept 3rd
4967 Forest Park Avenue
**Kick-Off Event at Athens On The Street Sponsored by Tramar Contracting Inc. on Forest Park Ave!**
Gyros, pastitsio, spanakopita, baklava. . . there’s no better way to spend Labor Day weekend this side of Mykonos than at the 101st Annual St. Louis Greek Festival at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in St. Louis’ Central West End. Come and experience a taste of Greece, Live Music, Church Tours & Books, Greek Folk Dancing, and Gift Shop - daily! The parishioners of St. Nicholas welcome you with hospitality and joy! The fun reigns supreme from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday & Sunday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Labor Day at the corner of Forest Park and Kingshighway. Start the holiday weekend at our Kick-Off Event on Friday, August 31st starting at 11:00 a.m. at Athens On The Street Sponsored by Tramar Contracting Inc. on Forest Park Ave! (Select menu of Festival Favorites, Beverages, and Live Music).
Voted the best local festival by St. Louis Magazine, the Greek Festival features live entertainment with music by Christos Sarantakis and folk dancing by the St. Nicholas Greek Dancers. Enjoy delicious food & drink, a tour of the beautiful church, and browse the gift shop featuring imported items from Athens.
This year's 2018 St Louis Greek Festival "Labor Day Festival" Raffle will be a winner's choice Luxury Vacation "SHOWCASE" raffle, to destinations in Greece, Hawaii or any other destination of the winner's choosing.
FIRST PRIZE - A Luxury Vacation Travel package, valued at $15,000, which includes:
* $5,000 TRAVELOCITY travel voucher, to purchase round trip airfare and luxury hotel accommodations for two (2), for any seven (7) day period, at the luxury resort or hotel of the winner's choosing.
* $1,000 makeover package for (2) at a spa of the winner's choosing.
* $4,000 vacation wardrobe voucher for (2) at stores of the winner's choosing
* $5,000 in travel cash
SECOND PRIZE - $2,500 in cash.
THIRD PRIZE - $1,500 in cash.
Be Greek for a day.....OPA!!