What to know about the Panegyri Greek Festival in Finneytown

What to know about the Panegyri Greek Festival in Finneytown

What to know about the Panegyri Greek Festival in Finneytown

After two years off, Cincinnati’s premiere Greek festival is finally returning to the Queen City this summer.

The 47th annual Panegyri Greek Festival, put on by the Holy Trinity-St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Finneytown, will return June 24-26.

Get ready to feast on as much baklava, gyros (and of course, Skyline Chili) as your heart desires, all while enjoying the Greek culture, music and other activities.

Ready to experience the Panegyri Greek Festival once again? Here’s everything you need to know.

But first, how exactly do you pronounce “Panegyri”?

If you’re not a native Greek speaker, we’re here to help.

Panegyri, pronounced (Pan-ee-ghear-ee) loosely translates to “festival for everyone,” according to St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church.

All are welcome at the festival, whether you’re single or in a couple, with your family, an adult or a child.

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