win 1 of 5 group passes (4 tix each) to paniyiri greek festival 2018

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Thanks to our friends at Paniyiri Greek Festival, 5 lucky Must Do readers will win themselves 4 passes each to take in all that Brisbane’s longest running signature Greek festival offers.

Held on May 19 & 20, 2018 at Musgrave Park, South Brisbane and The Greek Club, the weekend is a cultural celebration of everything Greek – from fabulous food through to Zorba-inspired high kicks and everything in between.

There’ll be a feast of food, activities and entertainment including traditional Greek cooking demonstrations, historic displays, a free Kids Zone awash with arts and craft, stage performances (look out for Greek Dancing with the Stars for the dance off between Channel Seven and Hit105 personalities), more than 30 authentic Greek food stalls and so much more.

Terms & Conditions:
Each prize includes 4 general admission tickets, valued at $12 each. Tickets can be used for adult or child entry. There will be 5 winners. Total prize pool value is $240. Tickets can be used only once and can be used on either May 19, 2018 or May 20, 2018. Tickets can not be redeemed for cash.

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