St. Stefanos' Super Greek Festival is a 3-day indoor/outdoor joyous; family friendly, authentic celebration of Greek Food, Culture, Dance and Traditions held every year in St. Petersburg, Florida! At our festival, all our welcome with open arms, and there is truly something for everyone to enjoy and celebrate. Everything we do is intended to help ignite your inner “Kefi”, which describes the Greek spirits of joy, passion, euphoria and enthusiasm all in one! Our formula is simple: GREEK FOOD + DANCE + FUN = OPA! We are always a rain or shine event.
Parking is FREE! Pull into our parking lot on the Northside of our Church property and find an available spot. Handicapped parking is available. Additional Parking is available please follow guidance from our Parking Team Volunteers.
$3 per person for the ENTIRE day.
FREE ADMISSION for Youth 10 and under, Active Military, Law enforcement, Fire Department, and all Armed forces veterans
Get in on the action and win big at Super Greek Festival! Only 2500 tickets are available, so act fast!
1st Prize: $10,000.00 CASH
2nd Prize: $3,000.00 CASH
3rd Prize: $2,000.00 CASH
4th Prize: $1,000.00 CASH
5th Prize: $500.00 CASH
6th - 10th: Luxury Prizes
Suggested Donation is $50.00 per ticket.
Winners need not be present to win! Drawing to take place: 5:30 p.m., October 8, 2023 at St. Stefanos Greek Orthodox Church.
GIVING BACK TO OUR COMMUNITY: This year, more than $25,000.00 will be donated to Orthodox Ministries and local community Non-Profits! Proceeds of the raffle are also used to fund our Christian Sunday School Programs, assist local needy public school students, and our Food Pantry Program which helps feed 100’s of people in need per month.
We have large crowds, curious little kids, delicious food aromas, live bands, DJS, and people holding large trays of food, dancing inside and outside, and consuming Greek beers and wines all day long. In other words, there are a lot of distractions for dogs and other pets and although we want you and your loving, supportive and essential dog to come, it’s probably better if you left your cute “Skilaki” (Greek word for Doggie) at home. Just make sure to bring back your poochie a delicious lamb shank bone to nibble on!