Festival Schedule

Find various event information for the Missoula Greekfest, including festival hours of operation and attractions. Please check back with us periodically as we update the event info with new and exciting festival plans.

Day 1

FRIDAY, JUNE 21 2024

Greekfest commences with an opening prayer led by Fr. Nektarios Karantonis, followed by the national anthems of the United States of America and Greece, led by local rising talent Eleni Spaliatsos.

Festival activities begin!

  • Greek Folk Dance & Music
  • Church Tours
  • Food & Beverage Service
  • Pastry Sales
  • Bookstore
  • Bouncy House
  • Vendors

For five children at a time, between the approximate ages of 3 – 10

$3/10 minutes

Greek folk dance performed in traditional costume by our Greek friends from Spokane

 

Peruse an array of Orthodox books and icons on display.

Tour an Orthodox Christian Church and discover how temple architecture is rooted in the Scripture of the Old and New Testament, and a direct expression of Orthodox Christian theology.

 

Greek folk dance performed in traditional costume by our friends from Spokane!

 

Tour an Orthodox Christian Church and discover how temple architecture is rooted in the Scripture of the Old and New Testament, and a direct expression of Orthodox Christian theology; plus what all those icons are about!

 

Greek folk dance performed in traditional costume by our Greek friends from Spokane

Enjoy $1 off Loukoumades, Beer & Wine

 

Missoula Greekfest grounds close for the evening

 

 

Day 2

SATURDAY, JUNE 22 2024

Festival activities begin!

  • Greek Folk Dance & Music
  • Church Tours
  • Food & Beverage Service
  • Pastry Sales
  • Bookstore
  • Bouncy House
  • Vendors

Peruse an array of Orthodox books and icons on display.

For five children at a time, between the approximate ages of 3 to 10

$3/10 minutes

Greek folk dance performed in traditional costume by our Greek friends from Spokane

 

Tour an Orthodox Christian Church and discover how temple architecture is rooted in the Scripture of the Old and New Testament, and a direct expression of Orthodox Christian theology.

 

Greek folk dance performed in traditional costume by our Greek friends from Spokane

 

Tour an Orthodox Christian Church and discover how temple architecture is rooted in the Scripture of the Old and New Testament, and a direct expression of Orthodox Christian theology; plus what all those icons are about!

 

Greek folk dance performed in traditional costume by our Greek friends from Spokane

 

Tour an Orthodox Christian Church and discover how temple architecture is rooted in the Scripture of the Old and New Testament, and a direct expression of Orthodox Christian theology.

An evening service celebrated the eve before a Divine Liturgy, Vespers marks the beginning of the new day. 

This practice follows the Biblical account of creation: “And there was evening and there was morning, one day” (Gen 1.5).

The Vespers service in the Church always begins with the chanting of the evening psalm: “. . . the sun knows it’s time for setting, Thou makest darkness and it is night . . .” (Ps 104.19–20). This psalm, which glorifies God’s creation of the world, is man’s very first act of worship, for man first of all meets God as Creator.

We invite you to join us for Vespers for a small glimpse of Orthodox Christian worship as practiced over 2,000 years. 

Greek folk dance performed in traditional costume by our Greek friends from Spokane

 

Greek folk dance performed in traditional costume by our Greek friends from Spokane

 

Enjoy $1 off Loukoumades, Beer and Wine

 

Raffle Ticket Draw: A Christmas Eve Dinner for 10, by Silk Road Catering. Winner Announced at 8:00PM!

 

Missoula Greekfest 2024

Friday & Saturday, June 21 & 22.

Meet you there!

 

 

Till Missoula Greekfest!

June 21st & 22nd 2024

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Missoula Greekfest layout and map are subject to change without prior notice.

free admission

Free admission to all attendees of the 2023 Missoula Greekfest.

Parking

Free parking may be found along 6th Street, at the former Public School Administration building located next door to Greekfest, and in the neighborhood.

Missoula Greekfest Military Veteran Coupon

Volunteer With Us!

Greekfest volunteers receive complimentary food!

Volunteer Sign-up

Accessibility

The Missoula Greekfest is wheelchair & handicap friendly. However, there are sections of the festival not accessible by wheelchair. 

Pets

No pets, please. Service animals are allowed with proper identification. 

Service

Missoula Greekfest organizers, vendors, and volunteers reserve the right to refuse service to anyone. 

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