Festival of Grecian Flavor and Delights

September 20-22, 2024

Opa! The GREEK AFFAIR is Back!

The community of Saint Luke Greek Orthodox Church is proud to host this Philadelphia area tradition, which is now in its 47th year.  For 2024, this premier Greek festival will feature amazing, authentic Greek food, delicious sweets and pastries, traditional folk dancing, LIVE Greek music, boutiques, and church tours.

This year we will once again have a Greek Affair Sponsorship Program in addition to our Greek Affair Program Ad Book.

The Greek Affair is run by volunteers like you! We are always grateful for your help — many hands make light work.

Participation of vendors is a tradition that is both anticipated and enjoyed by all. Please contact us with the form above.

Our sincerest thanks to all the volunteers, sponsors and supporters who have made possible the 2023 Greek Affair!

CLICK HERE to view our 2023 Program Book and full list of Sponsors.

The Greek Affair 2023 Dates and Times

September 15th-17th, 2023
(Indoor and Outdoor Times)

Friday September 15th – 4pm-10pm

Saturday, September 16th – 11am-10pm

Sunday, September 17th – 12pm-8pm

Food & Drink

Make no mistake...The Greek Affair is all about the great food!

Authentic Greek Food

Stuffed Peppers
Lamb Shanks
Avgolemono Soup
Greek Salad
Pita Pizza
Greek Fries

Sweets & Coffee House

Pasta Flora

Ice Cream
Greek Coffee
American Coffee
Iced Frappe


Domestic and Greek Wines
Domestic and Greek Beer
Masticha Liqueur (from the island of Chios)


Celebrating Greek culture through music and dance

Live music by ATLANTIS

Friday, September 15th & Saturday, September 16th
     5:00pm to Closing


Sunday, September 17th
     4:00pm to Closing

Traditional Folk Dancing

Greek dance is a very old tradition. being referred to by ancient authors such as Plato, Aristotle, and Plutarch. There are different styles and interpretations from all of the islands and surrounding mainland areas. Each region formed its own choreography and style to fit in with their own ways. For example, island dances have a more “watery” flow to them, while Pontic dancing closer to the Black Sea is very sharp. There are over 4000 traditional dances that come from all regions of Greece. There are also Pan Hellenic dances, which have been adopted throughout the Greek world. These include the tsamiko, syrtos, and kalamatianos.


The Greek Affair will be hosting dance troupes from surrounding Greek communities. Performances are scheduled throughout the weekend. Come and enjoy the music, traditional costumes, and dances of Greece!

Schedule of Dance Performances

Friday, September 15th
     7:00pm – Ellinakia
     7:30pm – Olympians

Saturday, September 16th
     6:30pm – Ellinakia
     7:00pm – Olympians

Sunday, September 17th
     4:30pm – Ellinakia
     5:00pm – Olympians

Church Tours

Preserving tradition and history through iconography

Church Tours

During the Greek Affair, there will be tours of the sanctuary. Tour guides will provide specialized lectures about the history of the Eastern Orthodox Church which traces its origin to the day of Pentecost.

Tour Schedule

Friday, September 15th
     1:00pm, 7:00pm


Saturday, September 16th
     2:00pm, 4:00pm, 7:00pm


Sunday, September 17th
     1:00pm, 3:00pm, 5:00pm



From Philadelphia
Follow 95 South to Blue Route 476 North, Exit on Upper Darby/Broomall Exit 9. Follow to top of ramp and make a right on Rt. 3 (West Chester Pike) Pass Rt. 320 and make a right on Malin Road. St. Luke’s is on the Right.


From Central Montgomery County and King of Prussia
Take Route 476 Southbound and merge right onto Exit 9 toward Broomall/Newtown Square. Continue westbound onto West Chester Pike. Follow West Chester Pike past Rt. 320, Sproul Road. Turn right at the first traffic light onto North Malin Road. Continue a quarter mile down North Malin Road and find St. Luke’s on your right hand side.


From Delaware
Take I 95 Northbound to Blue Route 476 North. Merge right onto Exit 9 at Broomall/Upper Darby. Follow exit toward the top of the ramp and turn left at the traffic light onto West Chester Pike. Follow West Chester Pike past Rt. 320, Sproul Road. Turn right at the first traffic light onto North Malin Road. Continue a quarter mile down North Malin Road and find St. Luke’s on your right hand side.


From West Chester
Follow Rt. 3 (West Chester Pike) eastbound past Rt. 252. Continue eastbound on West Chester Pike until North Malin Road. Turn left onto North Malin Road and continue a quarter mile to find St. Luke’s on your  right hand side.