The largest and most prestigious Multicultural Eid Festival in South Australia is returning to the Adelaide Showgrounds on the 22nd & 23rd May, 2021. The Adelaide Multicultural Eid Festival is an event which caters to families and for those who want to experience cultural diversity in the city of Adelaide, with plenty of food and fun for all to enjoy.
This family friendly event takes place at the Adelaide Showgrounds on the 22-23 May, to celebrate the end of Ramadan and bring people from cultures and communities together. The self-funded, not for profit community event draws people with different cultural and ethnic backgrounds to enjoy the celebration and bring communities together. It is also a time for non-muslim Australians to share and engage in Muslim culture, food, and family fun.
With over 15 food vendors with each one catering delicacies from different countries. This is a great opportunity to experience cultural food from around the world within the city of Adelaide. The kids will absolutely love the extensive list of rides, various games and cultural activities happening around the showground, keeping children entertained throughout the entire weekend.
Event Manager, Alaa Sebahi said “This is an opportunity to bring your family along to this unique festival to celebrate and have fun whilst also learning something new about the range of countries and cultures that celebrate Eid al Fitr”.
For those who love an intimate cultural market, stalls will be selling traditional items and gifts, from homewares to clothing. Jumping castles and animals farms will also be available to explore.
Tickets range from $5-$35, with the $5 pass to be used for entry on both days. The $35 pass is for a single day entry, and includes unlimited rides all day long. “With an affordable entry price, we are excited to be able to accommodate every family,” Alaa says.
With its presence for over a decade and usually attracting upwards of 15,000 people each year, the Adelaide Multicultural Eid Festival hopes to see more visitors enjoying the fun, especially after the hiatus last year.
Head down to the Adelaide Showgrounds 22-23 May to enjoy a multicultural experience in a family orientated environment. Indulge in international cuisines, unique shopping experiences and an activity filled day. “With Ramadan coming to an end, we are more than excited to share and celebrate our tradition with all communities in Adelaide during this special time,” Alaa says.
For more information about Eid festival, click their website https://adelaideeidfestival.com.au/about-us/ for further details.