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Laziza Mediterranean Festival 2013

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Laziza Mediterranean Festival

Adelaide has enjoyed a feast of Festivals lately, but there is always room for another.

The Laziza (meaning delicious) Mediterranean Festival focuses on both the culture and cuisine of countries in the Mediterranean area, bringing you an exotic assortment of food, music, dance and spectacle.

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Las Chicas Bomba

Entertainment on the day will include Las Chicas Bomba, a talented group of South Australian dancers with a variety of ethnic origins. Rocky and Habib from popular TV show Fat Pizza will have the crowd in stitches, while the event will be MC'd by Port Adelaide Football Club legend Tim Ginever.

There will be plenty of food and drink stalls to tempt you, with a delicious range of regional savoury and sweet foods on offer.

For the full program, see the event website.

The kids will be fascinated by a petting zoo, face painting, with jumping castles and other activities provided for the more energetic little ones. Of course some will be up on the dance floor too, jiving to the music from popular Mediterranean DJ Valandi.

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Mediterranean Festival Poster

The Festival has outgrown its previous location and is now held at Rymill Park in the East Parklands, across from the Stag Hotel. Admission is only $5 per person with children under $12 being free, so your budget will cover some tasty treats too.

After you have had your fill, if you're not completely danced out then it's only a short walk down North terrace to see the Adelaide Night Market before it finishes too.
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Why? Mediterranean food is awesome
When: 12pm - 9pm
Where: Rymill Park, Adelaide
Cost: $5 per person, children under 12 are free
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Adelaide Rocks!!!! Night markets; Mediterranean Festivals.... what more could you ask for - well, The Fringe. Check. Wonderful. Now I want some Lebanese lemonade and some baba ghanoush with pita!
by curiouser&curiouser (score: 2|526) 2499 days ago
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