Whats On in Malta in September 2011
Our Whats On in Malta in September page highlights some of the main festivals and events that will be held in Malta and Gozo during the month of September 2011.
The list is not exhaustive though, so be sure to bookmark our website for the latest updates.
If you're thinking of visiting Malta in September, we encourage you to have a look around our website to decide how you’d best like to spend your vacation on the Maltese Islands.
A good start would be to check out our Things to do in Malta page.
The Qala International Folk Festival: From the 15th till the 19th of September 2011
The highlight of this folk festival is the Menhir Qala Folk Group. Various other local and foreign folk groups will also participate.
Location: Qala, Gozo
For more information on this folk festival, contact the Qala Local Council at email@example.com
A Night in Casal Fornaro – 17th of September 2011
Most famous for its delicious Maltese bread, the village of Qormi will host this fun and interesting family event on the 17th of September.
Qormi has some 50 bakeries and the homely smell of baking is practically everywhere. This is your chance to savor the famous traditional Maltese bread in an evocative setting. All food being served at this event is home prepared!
On the day, there will also be art exhibitions, dancing and entertainment. You’ll also get a chance to watch how bread is made in traditional bakeries.
For full details, visit www.casalfornaro.com/en/halqormi.php or contact the Qormi Local Council on Tel 21 440101 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Zejt iz-Zejtun (The Olive Oil Event) – 24th and 25th of September 2011
An interesting 2 day event that celebrates the olive picking season and olive pressing for oil.
Held at the village of Zejtun (in the Southern part of Malta) this yearly event has been gaining popularity among locals and visitors alike.
For more information and details on this event, contact the Zejtun Local Council at email@example.com
In Guardia - 18th and 25th September 2011
The In Guardia Parade is a historical re-enactment portraying historical events that used to took place at Fort St. Elmo. What you can expect to see: some 70 re-enactors dressed in impressive uniforms from the Knights of St John period, re-enacting interesting events. Starts at 11.00am (some 40 minutes long).
In Guardia is held periodically at Fort St. Elmo - Valletta. Tickets at the gate (Adults: Euro 5 Children and Students: Euro 3).