Gaby Galoyan to headline Armenian Festival in Sydney on 16th December

By | Friday, 16 November 2018

SYDNEY: The singer known as THE VOICE OF ARMENIA, Gaby Galoyan will visit Australia to headline the Armenian Festival at Tumbalong Park in Sydney's Darling Harbour on Sunday 16th December 2018.

The Armenian Festival is the biggest event in the Armenian-Australian community's calendar, typically attracting between 10,000 and 20,000 members of the Armenian and greater Australian communities, who experience Armenian food, culture and entertainment. Guests will include political leaders from Australia's Federal Parliament and the NSW State Parliament, as well as representatives of Armenian, indigenous and ethnic community groups.

This year's Armenian Festival is dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of the Republic of Armenia's First Independence.

Galoyan, who will travel from Yerevan with three band members, will lead a stellar entertainment line-up which will include local bands and DJs, dance troupes, school choirs and more. The event, which will run from 12 noon to 7pm, will include a formal opening ceremony led by the Homenetmen Australia Scouting Band and Scouts.

There will be children's entertainment and amusement rides, food stalls, information stalls, a tent museum and more.

The Armenian Festival is organised by a large group of Armenian-Australian organisations (listed at the footer of the event flyer) and enjoys the participation of all organisations serving the community.

The Armenian Festival Committee is calling on all Armenian-Australians interesting in volunteering on the day of the event, to please email