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In the mood for Greek food? The Marietta Greek Festival will take place from May 18-20, 2018. There’ll be an Agora filled with Mediterranean wares, live Greek music, costumed folk dancers, oh, and food. You can indulge in everything from gyros & souvlaki to Greek wines and baklava.
Admission is $5 for adults and free for kids under age 12.
And you can save a bit with the Marietta Greek Festival’s ticket packages: With the Mediterranean Mix $25 buys a $25 food gift card + admission for one. And with the Santorini Special, $30 buys two admission tickets, one large sampler platter, one chicken oreganato platter, and two beverages (excluding alcohol or specialty tea). Or you can use a coupon good for a free Greek coffee with the purchase of a large loukoumades.
The Marietta Greek Festival will be held at Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church, 3431 Trickum Rd., Marietta.
There’s no parking available on site, but free parking is available at the following lots: Simpson Middle School (3340 Trickum Rd), Church of Latter Day Saints (3195 Trickum Rd–Friday & Saturday only), & Lassiter High School (2601 Shallowford Rd).