Good food, great music and some southeastern Europe flare is happening in Troy.

The long-running Greek Opa! Fest is back for another year! According to the Detroit Free Press, the festival will happen June 21 to 23 in Troy. You have never experienced a Greek festival you are in for a big treat!

Here are just some of the tastie foods you can experience at  Opa! Fest...

  • homemade baklava
  • gyros
  • spanakopita,
  • pastitsio
  • lamb sliders
  • Greek coffee
  • honey puffs

It's not just great eats at this festival! There will be market place that will feature t-shirts, jewelry and a book store, but that's not all that this event has in store! You can look forward too...

  • Presentations on Greek culture
  • Traditional Greek folk dances performed by more than 200 dancers
  • A live Greek band
  • A kids’ area with games
  • Raffle and prizes
  • Tours of St. Nicholas Church

Opa! Fest will take place June 21 to 23 at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church at 760 W. Wattles Road in Troy. Festival hours are 4 to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and noon to 7 p.m. on Sunday.

If all that isn't enough to entice you to go to the festival, check out the cost of admission! Adult admission is $2 or 3 canned goods for donation; children 12 and under get in free. Now that is a great deal for all that you will experience. Oh yea, and parking is FREE!