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Yung Filly, Bru-C & More Coming to Malta as Sundown Festival Completes Line-Up

Yung Filly, Bru-C & More Coming to Malta as Sundown Completes Line-Up
Mar 13 2024 Share

Sundown Malta has officially completed its line-up for the inaugural festival, set to transform the island into a hub of music and good vibes from the 21st to the 23rd of June.

 

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Leading the bill are global giants such as YouTube sensation-turned-rapper Yung Filly, renowned MC & rapper Bru-C, and celebrated DJ/Producer Nathan Dawe, making the weekend’s musical selection absolutely unmissable.

For the first time in Malta, this extension of the popular festival promises a packed weekend featuring a diverse range of events. From hotel takeovers and pool parties to boat parties and open-air club nights, the festival aims to offer something for everyone under the Mediterranean sun.

The line-up also includes other notable artists like Majestic, Switch Disco, Low Steppa, Belters Only, D.O.D., and George Mensah, ensuring a major musical schedule throughout the weekend. With tickets now available at sundownmalta.com, music enthusiasts are encouraged to secure their spots for this unparalleled celebration.

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Art Explora Museum Boat Arrives In Malta Ahead Of Festival

Art Explora Museum Boat Arrives In Malta Ahead Of Festival
Mar 13 2024 Share

The Museum Boat part of a Spazju Kreattiv collaboration with Art Explora has arrived in Malta to  officially launch a unique festival, offering ten days of free artistic and cultural programming both on board and on the quayside.

Scheduled from March 21st to 31st, 2024, at Xatt Pinto, Valletta Waterfront, the Art Explora Festival marks the beginning of a significant maritime expedition across the Mediterranean, with Malta as its inaugural stop among 20 destinations. 

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Organized by the Art Explora Foundation, the festival aims to democratize global access to the arts. Curated by architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte, it offers exhibitions, virtual reality experiences, performances, discussions, and concerts. 

 

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Over 2024-2026, the museum-boat will visit 15 Mediterranean countries, fostering cultural exchange. Designed by Axel de Beaufort and Guillaume Verdier, the museum-boat accommodates 2,000 daily visitors and features immersive exhibitions, including a collaboration with the Louvre. 

A festival village on the quayside, programmed by Spazju Kreattiv, showcases local and international art, aiming for inclusive engagement and addressing socio-political issues. The inaugural weekend introduces “Ocean Weekends,” focusing on ocean climate emergencies. 

The festival also facilitates cross-residencies for artists and researchers from visited countries. Overall, the Art Explora Festival invites diverse communities to embark on a transformative journey, uniting through art and exploring cultural connections between Malta and other ports of call.

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55 Year Old Man At Risk Of Dying After Crashing In Furjana

55 Year Old Man At Risk Of Dying After Crashing In Furjana
Mar 13 2024 Share

Today, at around 0815hrs, police were informed of a traffic incident which took place in Triq l-Imħażen, il-Furjana. 

Police convened immediately on site and preliminary investigations showed that a 55 year old resident of Żebbuġ, Gozo lost control of his Smart vehicle and crashed into a private property.

The victim was given medical aid by a team and then transported to Mater Dei Hospital. He was later certified as having suffered serious injuries. 

Police are still investigating. 

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Over 100K Passengers After Ferries Were Made Free

Over 100K Passengers After Ferries Were Made Free
Mar 13 2024 Share

Taking to social media, Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Public Works Chris Bonett revealed that, in just one year, ferry passengers increased by 42,409 ever since the transportation was made free.

Back in February of 2023, there were 65,368 ferry passengers. However, in February 2024, after the announcement that ferries were to be made free, the number increased to 107,777. 

Have you ever used the ferry?

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