After a hiatus for two years, the mouth-watering festival of food from around the globe has returned, with St Georges Road Food Festival will be held on Saturday 29 January 2022.
Discover and meet more than 20 community groups showcasing more than 15 cultures right in the heart of Greater Shepparton’s multicultural hub St Georges Road. Sample delicious authentic international cuisine, discover and watch cultural music performances and enjoy activities for all ages in this exciting, free, and vibrant twilight event.
Greater Shepparton Mayor Councillor Kim O’Keeffe said this event was one not to be missed for those who love food and culture, and celebrating the rich cultural diversity our community is blessed with.
“St Georges Road Food Festival is one of Greater Shepparton’s favourite street dining events which celebrates our multicultural and diverse communities who shape our region. The event attracts many locals and visitors looking to experience the tastes of the world on a plate and we are very excited to see its return,” Cr O’Keeffe said.
Attendees will be able to experience a multicultural stage program with performances from Shepparton Malayalee Association, Amuru Tribe, Papare Band and more great acts to follow.
The 2022 St Georges Road Food Festival is a COVID Safe event and event organisers will adhere to the latest health advice from the Victorian Government and Chief Health Officer. All those attending the St George’s Road Food Festival must be double vaccinated and check-in via the Service Victoria application on arrival.