After two years of absence, the Italian Festival is returning this year - bigger and better

Cai Holroyd
By Cai Holroyd
Updated August 6 2022 - 1:07am, first published August 3 2022 - 4:00am
VIVA ITALIA: Nicholas Furore and Patrick Zirilli are bringing out all the bells and whistles for this year's return of the Italian Festival. PHOTO: Cai Holroyd

Griffith's Italian Festival is lined up for August 27, marking a triumphant return after taking a break for the last two years.


Cai Holroyd

Cai Holroyd


Journalist for the Area News in Griffith. RMIT graduate. Full-time writer and part-time nuisance. Been described as 'present.'