Friday, July 25, 2014

Santa Barbara Greek Festival, July 26 and 27th

[Santa Barbara Greek Festival]

Santa Barbara Greek Festival at Oak Park
Saturday, July 26 and Sunday, July 27, 2014
Entertainment Schedule

Festival Schedule

Listen to the distinctive sounds of the bouzouki and other exotic instruments played by authentic Greek musicians who perform traditional and popular songs. Delight in the beauty of the elaborate costumes worn by performers as they share their carefully practiced steps and intricate dances with the enthusiastic audience.
Take advantage of a free Greek dance lesson, and enjoy participating in the same dances you would perform in the traditional villages of Greece. Dance the afternoon away, eat a little (or a lot), shop in the Greek marketplace, relax and enjoy yourself under the oaks in the warm embrace of the best Greek culture has to offer.

[Greek dancers]

SANTA BARBARA GREEK FESTIVAL 
ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE  2014  
    
TIME WHERE 
   
11:30 am to 7 pm Synthesi Live! with Peter and Danny Parthenon Stage 
11 am to 7 pm DJ Pete Loukatos Plaka Dance Stage 
12:00 Greek Dance Lessons with Helen of Troy Plaka Dance Stage 
12:30 Toumba and Zoi (Our Youngest Dancers) Plaka Dance Stage 
12:45 Orthodox Heritage with Father Simon Parthenon Stage 
1:00 Greek Dance Performance-Elliniki Psihi (from Belmont) Plaka Dance Stage 
1:00 AGAPE! Featuring Chris Hillman Parthenon Stage 
2:00 The Village Greeks Sing! Parthenon Stage 
3:00 Greek Dance Performance-Elliniki Psihi (from Belmont) Plaka Dance Stage 
4:00 AGAPE! Featuring Chris Hillman Parthenon Stage 
4:00 Greek Dance Lessons with Aphrodite Plaka Dance Stage 
4:15 Greek Dance Contest Plaka Dance Stage 
5:00 The Village Greeks Sing! Parthenon Stage 
5:30 Toumba and Zoi (Our Youngest Dancers) Saturday Only Plaka Dance Stage 
5:45 
Greek Dance Performance-Elliniki Psihi (from Belmont) 
Saturday Only) Plaka Dance Stage 
6:30 Grand Raffle Drawing-Trip to Greece! (Sunday Only) Plaka Dance Stage 

 Greek Orthodox Liturgy at Oak Park Join Us!!! Plaka Dance S

[Santa Barbara Greek Festival]




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