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is once again set to light up the cityscape of Valletta on Saturday 29th September with a spectacular nocturnal celebration of people, culture and arts. The capital’s streets and cultural venues will play host to a motley assortment of entertainment.

 

State palaces and museums will open their doors to delight patrons with visual art exhibitions and theatre performances, while the open-air streets and piazzas will showcase some of the finest local and international musicians and dancers. Cafes and restaurants will be open until late with further food stalls and tables occupying the streets.

 

 All of Valletta, from City Gate to Fort St. Elmo, will come alive on Notte Bianca, guaranteeing a memorable night that truly holds something for everyone.

The Malta Artisan Fair will also be participating in Notte Bianca and will have its stalls set up in front of The Malta Stock Exchange just next to Upper Barraka Gardens and across Castille Palace - so do come over to experience local arts & crafts & produce.

 

For more info go to: www.nottebiancamalta.com

 

 

                                                                       
 
 

 

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