Partake in the Sweet Aroma of Samos Island
Live Greek music and traditional folk dancing will be among the entertainment highlights of the weekend. Youth dancers dressed in traditional costumes, representing various regions of Greece, will perform dance throughout the weekend, and the dance floor is open to everybody between youth sets. The popular Kostas Kastanis band will be back again to play traditional and modern Greek music throughout the weekend.
Advertising opportunities are now available for individuals and businesses. We do not offer vendor booths for selling merchandise. Our advertisers are recognized in the program booklet, with banners at the festival and on our website all year long. This is a chance to be a part of wonderful fall festival staple in the Pensacola, so do not miss your chance to be a part of the Pensacola Greek Festival.
This year’s financial contribution will be given to Miracle League of Pensacola. Each year a portion of the festival proceeds are donated to a local charitable organization. Also we will be collecting non-perishable food items for Manna Food Pantries in front of the hall.
Volunteers are always needed to help with food preparations, setup on the weekends prior to the festival and throughout the festival weekend. We encourage volunteers to sign up to receive email updates about festival news by subscribing to the festival email list on the festival website.
Tickets, cash and checks are accepted at all cash registers. This year we will not be selling tickets by credit card. However, there will be plenty of ATM machines available onsite.
Patrons should utilize street parking in the nearby neighborhoods. Those with special needs can be dropped off in front of the hall while their driver finds a parking space.