Events In Malta To Attend This August

July 31, 2017

Joseph Calleja Concert with Andrea Bocelli

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2017 marks the 20th Anniversary of Joseph Calleja’s public debut in the world of opera. To commemorate this occasion, NnG Promotions are proud to announce world renowned tenor Andrea Bocelli as special guest for the annual Joseph Calleja Concert. The Joseph Calleja 20th Anniversary concert will be held on the 19th August 2017 at The Granaries in Floriana with the participation of the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra and the BOV Joseph Calleja Children’s Choir. Click here to purchase tickets.

The Farsons Beer Festival 2017

As one of Malta’s most awaited summer annual events, which draws thousands of festival goers every night, the festival will once again feature over 70 local and international artists and performances and no less than 50 beers, while also offering a wide and diverse choice of food stalls.
Running over 10 days, from Friday 28th July to Sunday, 6th August, the summer outdoor festival will bring together the best local music, beer and entertainment at Malta’s Ta’ Qali National Park. Doors open at 8pm and entrance is FREE.

Delicata Classic Wine Festival

Back for it’s 16th year, The Festival will bring together leading local entertainers, great food and above all, exquisite Delicata wines.
 
Held at the Upper Barrakka Gardens in Valletta on the 10/11/12/13 August 2017, from 19.00hrs till midnight, free entrance.

The Malta Summer Carnival

The Malta Summer Carnival aims to present a summer version of the traditional carnival that is normally held in February. Costumed and masked revellers parade in the main streets of the locality to the sound of musical recordings and a festa band.
This year’s festivities will include for the first time a carnival parade along the Marsaskala promenade on Sunday 21st from 19:00 onwards. The rest of the programme will take place as usual in Buġibba.
Religious Village Feasts
As you’ll learn through the Malta 5D Show, village feasts play an important role within Malta’s culture, with around 60 feasts you’re spoilt for choice. Expect bursts of colour in the sky from fireworks shows, music from the local bands, processions and much more. To view which village feasts to attend this August click here.