Polish Food Festival returns to Federation Square

With food, dance, music, fashion, and more, there's a bit of Poland for everyone at this year's Polish Festival. 

The festival's twelfth instalment will showcase a heap of authentic Polish entertainment on Federation Square's main stage, with Australian dance troupes Polonez, Łowicz, Syrenka, Tatry, and even Poland's Corny Potok performing energetic folk dances, as well as pianist Kotaro Nagano making a special appearance.
A variety of local traders like Uncles Small Goods, Pierogi Pierogi, Bites on Wheels, and Polska Pyza will be providing mouth-watering Polish bites for festival goers, not to mention they can take their pick from a range of merchandise stalls in the square. 
With the festival consistently attracting over 50,000 people each year, 2016's edition is sure to be no different. 

Get yourself down to the Polish Festival at Federation Square on Sunday November 13.