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Laziza Mediterranean Festival offers delicious delights for the whole family


In a great day of family entertainment, the Laziza Mediterranean Festival is bringing the best of the Mediterranean to the heart of Adelaide this Sunday.

The event, now celebrating its 10th year, brings the flavours and flare of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food, music and entertainment to Victoria Square.

The 2015 festival is supported by an $8000 grant from Multicultural SA - part of the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI).

DCSI also congratulates the organisers on receiving a further grant of $30,000 over the next three years, in recognition of the event's importance to the people of South Australia.

DCSI is proud to support events such as the Laziza Festival, which bring Adelaide alive in a true celebration of our multicultural and diverse community.

The 2015-16 State Budget included an extra $8 million over four years to support South Australia's multicultural communities.

For information about multicultural grants, please visit

More information about the Laziza Mediterranean Festival

'Laziza' commonly translates to 'delicious'. The festival is a rich cultural experience with a wide range of exciting stalls, activities and entertainment, including world-class belly dancing and the colours and sounds of Latin dance. The festival will be held in Victoria Square on Sunday 22 November 2015, from midday to 9pm. For further information, please visit

More information about Multicultural SA

Multicultural SA is part of the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion. It is responsible for advising the State Government on all matters relating to multicultural and ethnic affairs in South Australia. Its vision is to achieve an open, inclusive, cohesive and equitable multicultural society, where cultural, linguistic, religious and productive diversity is understood, valued and supported. For further information visit

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