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Every Single Event During Isle of MTV Malta Music Week

Every Single Event During Isle of MTV Malta Music Week
Jul 10 2024 Share

Get ready for a week of unparalleled music and entertainment as Malta Music Week returns with an incredible lineup of events and performances. From electrifying concerts to vibrant pool parties, this year’s festivities promise unforgettable experiences for music lovers. With the Isle of MTV Concert kicking things off on Tuesday, now is the time to secure your tickets and be a part of this sensational celebration. Here’s a rundown of all the exciting events taking place throughout the week.

TUE 16 JULY

The Isle of MTV Concert
Fosos will host an electrifying lineup featuring RAYE, DJ Snake, and Nelly Furtado, along with popular Maltese artists. This iconic concert promises an unforgettable evening of music and entertainment.

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The Official Isle of MTV Afterparty
Keep the party going at Gianpula Village with an exclusive after-party. Enjoy an extended night of music from 23:30 until 04:00.

 

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WED 17 JULY

IOMTVMMW ft. DJs from Mars at Toyroom
Experience the explosive sounds of DJs from Mars at Toyroom Club Malta. This dynamic duo will bring their signature mash-up style to the island’s newest superclub. Doors open at 22:30 and the party continues until 04:00.

 

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THU 18 JULY

IOMTV Day Boat Party
Set sail at 10:30 for a day of music and fun on the Mediterranean Sea. Enjoy the best grooves while exploring the stunning coastline of the Maltese Islands.

 

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FRI 19 JULY

G7 Fridays ft. Icona Pop
Join Malta’s biggest summer club night at Gianpula Main Room featuring ICONA POP. Dance the night away from 23:00 to 04:00.

 

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SAT 20 JULY

IOMTV Pool Party at BORA BORA
Head to the Bora-Bora Ibiza-Malta Resort for the official pool party of Malta Music Week. Enjoy DJ sets and vibrant poolside vibes from 14:00 onwards.

 

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IOMTVMMW at Toyroom Saturdays
Celebrate Saturday night at the trendy Toyroom Club. Expect the best vibes and exclusive atmosphere from 22:30 to 04:00.

 

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SUN 21 JULY

The Café Del Mar Special ft. Benny Benassi
Close out Malta Music Week at Café Del Mar Malta with Benny Benassi. As the sun sets, the pool area transforms into a dance floor, providing the perfect ending to an amazing week. Doors open at 20:00 and the party continues late into the night.

 

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Malta & Gozo Population At 563,443 By End Of 2023

Malta & Gozo Population At 563,443 By End Of 2023
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At the end of 2023, Malta and Gozo’s estimated population reached 563,443, marking a 3.9% increase from the previous year.

This growth was primarily driven by net migration, with a total of 20,960 migrants, 93.1% of whom were non-EU citizens. Males comprised 65.3% of these migrants.

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Despite a slight decrease in net migration from 2022 (3.8%), both immigration and emigration saw increases in 2023.

The natural population increase rose significantly, from 79 in 2022 to 432 in 2023, the highest since 2019. This was due to a 3.6% rise in resident live births and a 4.7% decrease in resident deaths. Of the births, 40.3% of the parents were aged 30 to 34.

Among the 4,030 resident deaths, 69.4% were individuals aged 75 and over.

By the end of 2023, males made up 53% of the total population. Those under 18 years constituted 14.7%, while 18.4% were 65 and older, including 3,611 individuals aged 90 and above.

This demographic data highlights the significant role of migration in Malta’s population growth and the shifting age structure of its residents.

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Source: National Statistics Office 

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35 Doctors Graduate From Queen Mary University in Gozo

35 Doctors Graduate From Queen Mary University in Gozo
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Prime Minister Robert Abela addressed the graduation ceremony of 35 individuals in Medicine and Surgery from Queen Mary University of London’s Gozo campus. He emphasised the importance of investing in the healthcare sector, particularly in Gozo , to enhance the prestige of this esteemed university with a local presence.

Dr.Abela outlined the masterplan for Gozo General Hospital, which includes the construction of a new anatomy centre and research facility. These initiatives seek to enhance both the university student’s educational experience and the quality of healthcare services available in Gozo.

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Prime Minister Robert Abela spoke at the ceremony in Cittadella, praising Queen Mary University of London, for being a model of academic success in addition to congratulating the graduating students.

He mentioned the university’s successful history in Gozo, which has attracted the support of both the Gozitan population and social partners.

In closing, Dr.Abela wished the recent graduates well and expressed his hope that their accomplishments would continue to serve the community.

The Gozo campus of Queen Mary University of London currently employs 23 Maltese people, including academics, and welcomes 280 students from 52 countries, demonstrating its global appeal and local integration.

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Action Needed Against Intolerable Heat In Prison Cells

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Andrew Azzopardi, the Associate Professor and Dean of the Faculty for Social Wellbeing and former Head of the Department of Youth and Community Studies, has made a Facebook post informing the public about the unbearable heat the inmates have been facing. 

In the post, he explains that there have been inmates who have fainted due to the heat whilst they are not allowed to remove their uniforms which are drenching with sweat. Fights between inmates have also broken out over who gets cooling. 

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These conditions are described as a breach of human rights, and heatwaves have not yet been experienced. 

 

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