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Here are some of the BEST events going down this May in Malta
There's no excuse to stay home this month!

Kim Vella

As most of Malta’s COVID-19 restrictions get removed, it finally feels like the islands getting back to normal – and what better way to celebrate this development than with other people? 

There sure is a lot going on this month for such a little island, so we've gone ahead and listed the best events and activities happening in the coming weeks.   

Here's what you can get up to this May in Malta:  

A Little Crush   

Location: Surfside, Sliema 

Date: 4th May   

Nice Things Market   

Location: Archbishop Street, Valletta  

Date: 7th to 8th May 

Fort Delimara Tours  

Location: Fort Delimara, Marsaxlokk  

Date: 7th May   

National Bouldering Championships  

Location: Gebla Climbing, Mriehel   

Date: 7th May  


Location: Senglea Local Council Library 

Date: 7th May   

Ocean Bed Clean-Up by QLZH Foundation 

Location: Senglea 

Date: 7th May  

Mixja - Save Wied Żnuber  

Location: Benghajsa Church, Birżebbuġa  

Date: 8th May  

Stand-Up at Storeroom!  

Location: Storeroom, Ta’ Xbiex 

Date: 10th May  


Location: Teatru Manoel, Valletta 

Date: 13th to 15th May  

A POPP Day Out - Spring Edition 

Location: Vincent's Eco Estate, Mgarr 

Date: 14th May  

ALS Awareness Month - Gato Party 

Location: Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta 

Date: 17th May 

Luzzu Screening 

Location: Spazju Kreattiv Cinema, Valletta 

Date: 19th May 

IVAN Grech - Live in Concert 

Location: Ghaxaq Grounds, Hal Ghaxaq 

Date: 21st May 

2nd May 2022

Kim Vella
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Kim Vella
A highly curious explorer always looking to find her next adventure. Kim loves sharing her experiences and what's happening on the Maltese Islands. When not writing, you’ll probably find her playing around with some clay or somewhere surrounded by trees. She's always up for listening to people's stories about anything to do with nature, a passion project or issue you feel needs tending to.

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