The 2020 Birmingham Greek Festival has been rescheduled

Birmingham Greek Festival

The Birmingham Greek Festival announced through social media that they have decided to reschedule the 2020 Birmingham, Alabama Greek Food Festival.

47 years of Birmingham Greek Festival

This year’s festival would have been the forty-seventh year for the Birmingham Greek Festival. The festival will be rescheduled to an unspecified date with the message ‘stay tuned for the 2021 festival updates’ in the post from the official Instagram account. The message on Instagram read as follows:

On behalf of @holytrinityholycrossbham we have decided to reschedule the 2020 Birmingham, Alabama Greek Food Festival. For 47 years our church parishioners have enjoyed embracing everyone as family while sharing the full Greek cultural experience including food, music, and our ancient Christian faith. Please stay tuned for the 2021 festival updates. Until we meet again, take care and OPA! 💙🇬🇷💙

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About the Birmingham Greek Festival

Birmingham Greek Festival

The Birmingham Greek Festival began in 1972 and is one of Birminghamʼs oldest cultural food festivals and most highly anticipated southeast event. The festival is an act of love of Birminghamʼs Greek community going back to 4 generations preparing authentic Greek cuisine and serves over 30,000 plates of delicious food and pastries each year. The traditional and delectable delights are prepared and served by Greek chefs in our community. All mezzes (appetizers), entrees, and desserts at the Birmingham Greek Festival are homemade, as they have been for 45 years when the festival first began, and are comprised of only the freshest and finest ingredients available.

The festival always offers free admission, indoor and outdoor dining, and food plates that are individually priced. There is also a Greek Market Place which has Mediterranean and Orthodox Christian souvenirs. Free parking for the festival is located in the former Liberty National parking building located one block away. The festival also has a convenient drive-thru that’s available for all three days of the festival.

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