Bring your friends and family to enjoy delicious food and experience the richness of cultures from around the world at this year’s annual Salisbury Food and Cultural Festival on Saturday 3 November.
City of Salisbury Mayor Gillian Aldridge OAM, said the event will be a great day of international food, culture and entertainment for all ages in the heart of Salisbury.
“Council is proud to be partnering Salisbury Business Association in this year’s Salisbury Food and Cultural festival,” Mayor Aldridge said.
“The festival will bring people together and add excitement to the city centre.”
Tickle your tastebuds with speciality dishes from South Africa, India, Mexico, Vietnam, Italy, Spain, Iran and Greece. There will also be live bands, folk dancing, singing, a free bouncy castle, face painting and lots of kids’ games.
The avid shopper can also indulge in retail therapy at the market stalls with jewellery, glassware, handmade fudge, honey, skincare and more on offer.
“As one of the most culturally diverse cities in South Australia, it warms my heart how our community embraces its diversity,” Mayor Aldridge said.
“Part of Council’s vision is to make City of Salisbury a City which has a welcoming community that celebrates its diversity, embraces change and where people are able to participate in community life.”
“Salisbury is a flourishing City with opportunity for all.”
The City of Salisbury’s population is culturally diverse with almost one third of people coming from the United Kingdom, European Countries, India, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Philippines, China, Cambodia, Italy, Bhutan and New Zealand.
The Salisbury Food and Cultural Festival is free to attend and will be held from 11am to 4pm in John Street, Salisbury.