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15/04/2019 - 21/04/2019

Good Friday and Easter are celebrated in Malta in a liturgical and ceremonially prominent manner. On Palm Sunday, one may assist to the liturgical rites that usher in Holy Week. On Thursday evening and Friday morning, churches have their paintings draped over in purple or black velvet. The Maltese folk turn out in their thousands to visit and pray in seven different churches as traditionally observed.

On Good Friday, late afternoon, some 17 different towns and villages commemorate the Passion of the Christ by an organised and very solemn procession of statues. Each of these statues represents a particular episode in the Passion of the Christ and is carried by pallbearers. Between one statue and another (some ten in all) participants are dressed as biblical characters who take part in the procession in a dignified manner. Many processions include men in penitence bearing a cross and sometimes dragging chains as well tied to their bare feet as penitence.

Easter manifests itself in a happier and festive mood. The Statue of the Risen Christ signifies the last act of the Passion of the Christ - Christ triumphant over death. This time all will rejoice to the commemoration that ‘Christ is Risen from the Dead'. Tradition dictates that children carry their Easter pastry (figolla) to be blessed by the statue of the Risen Christ. Easter is a demarcation line in the calendar of Malta's seasonal calendar as it heralds the beginning of Spring.

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24/04/2019 - 04/05/2019

Fireworks are a yearlong pastime in Malta, and a major part of local festi – village festivals that celebrate their respective patron saints. Taking place all the year round but particularly so in summer, these festi are always lively and colourful. The colour, of course, is best provided by the fireworks that impeccably light the Maltese skies.

2019 sees the 18th edition of the Malta International Fireworks Festival, organised by the Ministry for Tourism and the Malta Tourism Authority. In particular, it will be taking place on four nights between Wednesday, 24th April and Saturday, 4th May 2019. Year after year, the festival a guaranteed time of excitement for locals, tourists, as well as the fireworks factories around the island that get the chance to show off their skills with more gusto than ever. International pyrotechnic companies also make their way to Maltese shores to participate. Previous editions of the festival have seen entries from countries all the way between Australia and Italy.

If you wish to learn more about this event kindly visit the Malta Intenational Fireworks Festival website.






02/05/2019 - 05/05/2019

The Lost & Found Festival has been turning the island of Malta into a sun-kissed electronic paradise for the past four years.Get ready for a summer on the coast dancing away to all sorts of electronic beats!

From 2nd - 5th May 2019, St Paul's Bay will be hosting the likes of Chase & Status, Denis Sulta, The Martinez Brothers, Skream, Patrick Topping, Moxie, Richy Ahmed as well as Peggy Gou, Honey Dijon, AJ Tracey, The Black Madonna, Camelphat, Bugzy Malone and many more! See full lineup here.

For more information about this festival visit this website.





09/07/2019 - 13/07/2019

Held in July, the Malta Music Week features various activities ranging from club nights and live street concerts to an official concert with an after-party.

The various events held throughout the Malta Music Week have witnessed massive events featuring international artists such as the Chainsmokers, Calvin Harris, INNA, Eric Prydz, Pete Tong, and Dash Berlin.

For more information about the Malta Music Week and Isle of MTV visit the Isle of MTV website.




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