Whats On in Malta in July 2011
Our Whats On in Malta in July page lists the most popular events and festivals that will be held on the Maltese Islands in July 2011.
July is a fantastic time for holidaying in Malta, Gozo and Comino, especially if you love the beach life!
And there’s plenty of beautiful beaches in Malta to choose from.
Check out our Malta Beaches page for more details.
Also, if you haven't already done so, check out our Things to do in Malta page for some ideas on how you can spend your time on the Maltese Islands.
Malta Arts Festival: From the 1st till the 22nd of July 2011
This music, dance and theatre festival will be held from the 1st of July to the 22nd of July.
Top artistic performances (local and foreign acts) at various locations, but especially in Valletta. If you're into the Arts, then be sure to add this festival to your "Things to do in Malta" list!
For more information, contact the Malta Council for Culture and the Arts on Tel 21 245168 or visit www.maltaartsfestival.com
Malta International Jazz Festival: From the 14th till the 16th of July 2011
Held over 3 nights on the 14th, 15th and 16th of July, this festival is sure to please jazz enthusiasts.
This year, the festival is going to be held at the Grand Harbour - Ta' Liesse, so be prepared for some breathtaking views while listening to some fine jazz music.
For more info, contact MCCA on Tel 21 245168 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Festa ta' San Bastjan: 17th July 2011
The feast of St Sebastian in Qormi, Malta is well worth a visit if you're visiting Malta in July. The actual festa date is the 17th of July, with various other activities held during that week.
For more info on this popular festa, visit our Feast of St Sebastian page.
The Farsons Great Beer Festival: From the 22nd of July till the 31st of July 2011
One of the largest and most diverse festivals organized in Malta, the festival offers great entertainment, great food and most of all, great beer!
Held at Ta’ Qali Park from the 22nd of July to the 31st of July, and starting at around 8.00pm every night. Parking and Entrance are free!
For more info, visit www.farsons.com
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