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Large crowds expected at Sri Lanka Day Multicultural and Food Festival on Sunday

Posted October 13, 2023

The third annual Sri Lanka Day Multicultural Food and Cultural Festival promises to pack in the crowds with a long line-up of entertainment on Sunday, October 15, at Rocks Riverside Park, Seventeen Mile Rocks.

The event, since its inauguration in 2021, has been growing in popularity and organisers say there will be a wide choice of delightful food, music and fun to keep revellers happy.

The action starts at 10am with a series of cultural performances. Food trucks and stalls will provide an array of typical Sri Lankan cuisine.

The festival is organised by the Federation of Sri Lankan Organisations of Queensland and its member associations.

View the full program here:

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Sri Lanka Day rewards Sunday revellers with a feast of food, music and culture Sri Lanka Day a roaring success as crowds savour a feast of culture and culinary fare Invitation for almsgiving at Forest Hermitage to transfer merit to the late Lal Mendis Point Five musical show cancelled Government regulator ACNC grants charity status to federation Book your tickets to see Sri Lankan Point Five band perform in March as FSOQ fundraiser Musical talent evening on January 27 to raise funds for SPUR welfare projects Farewell Lal Mendis: Beacon of kindness and joy will be missed by our community FSOQ honours founding members and a friend of Sri Lanka with special presentation Large crowds expected at Sri Lanka Day Multicultural and Food Festival on Sunday FSOQ’s team of officials for 2023-24 Sunday Island features tribute to Anton Swan by former high commissioner Skandakumar Sri Lanka Day on October 15 will showcase food, fun and cultural delights