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Embracing festive joy! Here are all the events happening between the 16th and 23rd of December in Malta & Gozo
Here’s what’s in store for you on the Maltese Islands for the third week of December!

Lyndsey Grima

As the holiday spirit weaves its magic, Malta and Gozo come alive with a full calendar of Christmas events set to enchant locals and visitors alike from the 16th to the 23rd of December. The islands transform into a festive haven, offering a myriad of celebrations that promise to captivate hearts and create lasting memories.

From charming Christmas markets with twinkling lights to joyful carol concerts echoing through historic streets, the week leading up to Christmas is a celebration of tradition, community, and the joyous anticipation of the season.

16th December

The Magro Christmas Family Fest 2023

Christmas at the Aquarium (until the 7th of January 2024)

Christmas at Pjazza Teatru Rjal 2023 

Romantic Classics

Betlehem f’Ghajnsielem

17th December

Nadur Garmin 10K

18th December


19th December


20th December

Malta School of Music

KorMalta – Enchanted Christmas

21st December


Winter Solstice (also on the 22nd of December)


22nd December

Beauty & the Beast Pantomime (until 7th January 2024)

Santa has Landed at the Airport (until 3rd January 2024)

Carols in Concert (also on the 23rd of December)

Traditional Baby Jesus Procession

23rd December

Gozo Christmas Parade

Versatile Night: A Christma Extravaganza

Christmas Extravaganza

Are you attending any of these festive events?

10th December 2023

Lyndsey Grima
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Lyndsey Grima
Lyndsey has always been passionate about all things content. She keeps her storytelling skills sharp by exercising physically as she’s a fitness buff and also mentally as she enjoys reading and travelling.

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