join us down on russell street for an epic 3 day event
rain or shine!

Welcome to the homepage of the St. Spyridon Greek Festival. Almost 50 years in the making, our festival is a cultural celebration from an enduring Greek community that has been bringing the tastes and sights of Greece to Massachusetts for decades. Our beautiful Cathedral is nestled in a historic Worcester neighborhood right on Elm Park with ample street parking. We hope you’ll grab a friend or family member and head down to Russell Street to join in on the fun!

What you can expect to find

Authentic Greek Food

From rich and savory meals to sweet and luscious desserts, to quick bites and traditional Greek beers, there’s much to choose from to satisfy your palette!

Greek Music & Dancing

Sit back and listen while you feast or join in on the dancing! We’ll have a DJ, Live Band, and Greek Dancers with traditional Greek costumes. Opa!

The Greek Agora

Our Cultural Hall will be transformed into a public market with handmade crafts and goods from local vendors where you can peruse and shop to your heart’s content.

Festival map, Parking & fAQs

Is there an admission fee?

Yes, admission is $2 and is paid at the main entrance (number 1) on the map. Kids under 12 are free. Please note that the festival is enclosed so there is only one entrance and exit, the main doors (number 1). 

Yes. Once you get to the admission table and pay, your admission stamp is good for the entire day but not for the entire weekend. 

There are two forms of parking for the festival. The first is our VIP parking in a dedicated lot next to the church grounds (number 13 on the map). This comes at a cost. The second is ample street parking that is mostly free. There are many side streets surrounding the church and Elm Park neighborhood that are a short walk from the festivities.

Yes, there are many tables and chairs under the tent for eating, drinking, watching the band and dancing, and more.

The festival will have restrooms inside the church and porta potties on the grounds. Our women’s restroom is also equipped with a baby changing table.

Both cash and credit card are accepted. An ATM will be located in the Agora.

The festival is open to ALL. We love sharing our heritage with all members of the community.

The festival is open RAIN OR SHINE. All of our seating, music and food is located under a massive tent. Our exhibits, market, and church tours are all indoors. 

Only service animals are allowed.

Our Address

102 Russell Street, Worcester, MA 01609