Date Last Updated: 28th April 2020
Activities in Malta for February 2021 brings with it the mostly expected carnival held on both islands with a special one at Nadur Gozo. Carnival expresses the Maltese character, loud, colourful and cheery. Well organizes activities and competitions between companies for best floats, costumes and dances. This is the Maltese culture.
If you happen to be in Malta do not miss the carnival spirit. Do not hesitate to mingle with the crowds and visit the various carnival activities. You will notice the variety of expression between the Maltese cultures although on such a small island.
Malta Village Feasts in February:
- 10th - St. Paul's Shipwreck, Valletta
Carnival week is synonymous with February. A tradition that has been with us for many hundreds of years. The Maltese are known for the merry making, noise and colourful costumes. From many months before enthusiastic companies start building their large floats built on large trailers with extravagantly coloured setups, figures of humans and animals in varied unimaginable shapes and colours.
Apart from the incredible costumes of delicate detailed sewing of various materials and designs forming extravagant attractive costumes which pleases the eyes and attractive for photos.
The main activities are held in Valletta will all the defiles, costume and dancing competitions. Various villages organize other activities but the most popular is that of Nadur Gozo where thousands of people invent all types of costumes and parade around the streets of the village.
A gathering extending from day into the night remembering the king of Reggae, the largest celebration of reggae on the island of Malta. It has been established since 2014, at the Surfside Beachclub Sliema, set on the beautiful shore of the Surfside blends itself well to the live music.
It is intended to bring together the best sweet rhythms of reggae, musicians and singers on the islands becoming an annual festival in bringing people together to honour not only the music of Bob Marley’s legacy aka Robert Nesta, but also the deep meaning behind the song’s lyrics going beyond to ONE LOVE, ONE HEART, LET’S GET TOGETHER AND FEEL ALL RIGHT!
Location: Sir Temi Zammit Hall, Msida
Location: MFCC, Attard