UkiFest 2022 is popping up in Darling Harbour with a jam-packed program celebrating Ukrainian culture, dance and song. The festival will also see other ethnic communities getting in on the action to celebrate NSW’s vibrant multicultural communities. Additionally, many stallholders at the venue will be donating their proceeds to aid the situation in Ukraine.
Set to take place this Saturday, August 27, the UkiFest sets out to showcase the heart of Ukrainian culture. Attendees can look forward to an exciting program brimming with entertainment, food and soulful music.
Throughout the day, Ukrainian kozak/ folk dancers will take to the stage and put on a dazzling show for the audience. Other communities along with Ukrainian musicians will also perform all day.
You can indulge your taste buds at the UkiFest Bazaar which will be slinging delectable home-style Ukrainian cuisine, sweets and delicacies. Kozak Bar is where you’ll find the drinks and refreshments at.
Shopping enthusiasts can also fill their bags with handcrafts and prints at the venue. Special activities have been planned for kids throughout the day so you can enjoy a moment of rest while the kids keep busy. Entry to the event is free and the event starts at 11am. Find more information about the event here and find out how you can help provide humanitarian aid via the Ukraine Crisis Appeal here.