2012 Greek Festival

Food and music highlight the festival. Outdoor stands will sell everything from Souvlaki to Loukoumades all homemade in the flavorful tradition of Greek cuisine. The food is available at the festival under the tents while listening to live music or indoors at the Hellenic Center. Take-out is also available.
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Festival Hours :

Thursday 11am - 9:30pm

Friday/Saturday 11am-10pm

Sunday 12pm - 7pm

 

Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral
Annunciation 100th Anniversary



Annunciation Greek

Orthodox Cathedral

7220 Granby St

Norfolk, VA 23505

Ph: 757-440-0500

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Drive-Thru Service :

Enter the circular drive in front of Cathedral from Granby Street, hand your order (no substitutions allowed) to a waiting attendant, then drive forward to pick up your food and back onto Granby Street.

 

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Welcome to the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral's Greek Festival

 

Annunciation CathedralThe 2012 Greek Festival, an annual event held under one of Hampton Roads’ biggest tents on the grounds of the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Norfolk, Virginia, begins Thursday, May 10 and will run through Sunday , May 13.

 

The 2012 Greek Festival, Tidewater's oldest and largest ethnic festival, will include the traditional Greek cuisine, exciting Greek entertainment, arts and crafts, beautiful jewelry, tours of the Cathedral, and the very popular Drive-Thru. All proceeds from the festival benefit the Cathedral's Ministries as well as local community charities.

 

Festival Hours of Operation

festival hours

marketplace

The Annunciation Dancers will once again perform during the festival. They perform dances from all parts of mainland Greece and from the Greek Islands. Our dancers range from 3 through 18 years of age. They have dedicated themselves to the upholding and sharing of our rich cultural heritage with many Hampton Roads audiences.

A wide variety of vendors showcasing their artwork, gold, and fine jewelry will be displayed in the Agora (Marketplace) and outside on the grounds. See Map


Main TentThe Cathedral and Chapel will be open throughout the festival for scheduled and self-guided tours.

 

The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral is located at 7220 Granby Street (one-half mile south of Wards Corner) in Norfolk. The Festival is open to the public with free admission and parking.


Special thanks goes out to our sponsors and to you, the Hampton Roads community, for your support. The Annunciation Greek Orthodox community is celebrating this year its 100th year anniversary in Norfolk.