Preview: The 63rd Annual Long Beach Greek Festival

Posted: August 31, 2012 in Drinks, Events, Food, Long Beach, Music
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The 63rd Annual Long Beach Greek Festival & Cultural Event returns this Labor Day weekend to Assumption Greek Church on Pacific Coast Highway between Bellflower and Loynes. Open this Saturday through Monday from 12pm to 9pm each day, a multitude of Greek foods & desserts, wine, beer, ouzo, and more will keep guests full. A tent will house a stage with live music and dance performances during the entire festival. Guests can participate in the dance too, as instructors will provide free lessons to anyone willing to try. A full carnival zone will contain many rides and games to keep kids occupied while you get your ouzo on.

The non-specialty food menus:

To park for free, locate the parking lot or structure on the northeast side of the CSULB campus, on Atherton and Palos Verdes. A shuttle will transport guests to and from the parking area to the festival. Attendees should NOT park in the church’s neighborhood.

The festival has a $3 admission fee; however, you can enter for FREE by printing this flyer from their website.

Looking for something light and entertaining to do this weekend? You have a 3-day weekend, so make the most of it by visiting the Long Beach Greek Festival. Remember to print the flyer to enter for free!

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