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Rock on! 2006 Finnish Eurovision winner Lordi to kick off Rock’N Malta 2023 festival
The festival will be organising many concerts over the course of 2023.

Emma Galea

Festivals Malta has launched the programme of events for Rock'N Malta 2023 where a number of incredibly talented international and local artists will be performing.

The festival will be taking place over the course of ten months, between March and December.

One of the many artists performing include the rock and heavy metal band, Lordi who had won the Eurovision Song Contest for Finland back in 2006 with their song, ‘Hard Rock Hallelujah’. Their concert will be held this upcoming March.

The British Rock band, Mike and the Mechanics will also be performing at some point in the festival but no date has been announced just yet.

Additionally, Alan Parsons who has helped produce albums for The Beatles and Pink Floyd will be attending and playing.

The full programme of Rock’N Malta 2023 is as follows:

Lordi - March

Dark Malta – April

Music Playground – Between April and September

Rock the South 10th Edition | A symphonic rock show – May

Kunċert Rock | Gogol Bordello – June

John Lees' Barclay James Harvest – July

Plaguefest – August

Venti Music Fest | The Creepers – Blues in Malta - September

Rock Wired – October

A Symphonic Rock Show and Choir – November

The Gozo Youth Orchestra – November and December

The Travellers Christmas Concert – December

Mike and the Mechanics | Rock in the Forest | Steven Rothery | Alan Parsons – Dates will be announced later this year

Instagram/Lordi official

10th January 2023


Emma Galea
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Emma Galea
Emma is a Gozitan writer who loves all things related to English literature and history. When not busy studying or writing you will either find her immersed in a fictional book or at the cinema trying to watch as my films as she possibly can!

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