The Malta International Arts Festival is said to host some of the best local talent, both new and old, and invites them to showcase their talents through various performances and media. Entertaining audiences since 2006, it aims to entertain those attending with numerous performances ranging from dance and musical performances to static visual installations.
Malta, being at the centre of the Mediterranean Sea, has presented itself as a stepping stone to countless countries and different cultures. The MIAF has adopted that very characteristic and sought to vary its portfolio by hosting international acts such as China’s Beibei Wang, the UK’s “Opera Erratica” and many others. These will be performing in numerous locations and venus situated in Valletta and the surrounding areas.
The Malta International Arts Festival will be held from the 29th June till the 13th July 2019.
Further information and the schedule of events can be found here.
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