The 2023 Multicultural Festival will be held from 11am to 5pm, on Sunday 12 November in Victoria Square/ Tarntanyangga in Adelaide.
South Australia has a rich and vibrant multicultural community – and the Festival is a chance for people to discover and meet over 75 multicultural community groups showcasing more than 55 cultures right in the heart of Adelaide.
Entry is free, with 37 stalls, 29 performances and 13 activities – there’s something for everyone.
Sample delicious international cuisine, discover and watch cultural music and performances, and enjoy activities for all ages in this exciting, family-friendly, and vibrant one-day event.
Visit multicultural.sa.gov.au/festival to learn more and explore the full program and plan your day.
In this segment, we hear from Alison Lloydd-Wright, Deputy Chief Executive for Community, Culture and Place within the Department of the Premier and Cabinet. In her role she is working towards a more integrated approach to supporting and promoting arts, culture, and creativity in South Australia. Luis-Renato Arriola-Garcia from Mexican community (Stallholder at event) and Chairperson, Kilburn Peace And Welcome Community Garden Inc. Since arriving in Adelaide in 2010, he has been involved with many cultural and language diverse communities because of his work with migration support programs at the Australian Red Cross.