The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Tremont is gearing up once again, to host the 45th Annual Tremont Greek Fest. The Tremont Greek Fest, which celebrates the Greek American diaspora in Cleveland, Ohio, welcomes the city to experience being Greek for the weekend.

The Tremont Greek Fest held Memorial Day weekend May 22rd – 25th is another highlight in Cleveland’s Memorial Day weekend activities. The festival is free of charge and parking is free. All major credit cards are also accepted.

There will be plenty of food such as gyros, lamb shank, Dolmathes (stuffed grape leaves), baklava, and many assorted wines, Greek beer, and plenty of Ouzo.  This year, the festival committee is working on showing the “Big Games” so that you don’t have to miss a minute of the action. Details to follow.

There will also be an “Agora” with vendors selling Greek art, jewelry, and crafts; Dance troops performing in traditional Greek attire and tours of the 100 year old church. For more details of the festival’s schedule of events, food and drink menus and other fun details please visit our website at: www.TremontGreekFest.com

Full video clips of Konstantinos Revelas (bouzouki, baglama, vocals) here:

The Musicians of Olympus

Stavros Christou (guitar/vocals), Alexandros Filipou (keyboard/vocals), Konstantinos Revelas (bouzouki, baglama, vocals) Tasos Hliatzos (percussion)
Santorini Taverna Friday nights at 6pm
Three-course bouzouki: trichordo (rembetiko)
Four-course bouzouki: tetrachordo (laiko)

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