Greek Festival Is Back

Greek Festival Is Back

If you are looking for something fun to do, we’ve got you covered. The Myrtle Beach Greek Festival is back on the Grand Strand for its 30th year.St. John The Baptist Greek Orthodox Church holds the event every year.

Due to COVID-19 concerns, a drive-thru festival will be held again this year. The festival is also important to the church financially. In previous years, proceeds from the event benefited local charities like the Boys and Girls Club branch of Myrtle Beach.

Last year, a portion of the proceeds were donated to the memorial fund of Myrtle Beach Police Officer Jacob Hancher.“We also had people eating inside our hall. They get their food and eat it inside the hall. Our delicious food and mouth watering pastries.

We also had church tours where people could go in and see our church on the inside so who hasn’t seen inside,” spokesperson, Vasilios Pournaras said. Layla says,” that the greek festival would be fun”. Bri says,”that her parents went to the greek festival”.