Date Last Updated: 29th March 2023
Check out the activities in Malta for the month of June as summer has already commenced in Malta, with people already going to the beach and sunbathing on the sand. The season of events is also just starting. Here are the list of activities in Malta in June.
The largest Alternative Music Festival, the Earth Garden Festival has been held in Malta since 2007 attracting many foreigners who come specifically to our island during summer held during June. It is a celebration of music, diversity and life.
It takes place at the National Park Ta’ Qali the largest open space on the island is ideally located and easily adapted for this festival where it has attracted 30,000 music lovers.
It is not just a festival it is about cultural diversity, collectiveness, healing, innovation and motivation. Five music stages, with 100 acts representing international reputation actors across the world of music, ska, dub, reggae, electronic music, Hip-Hop, blues apart from workshops, wellbeing and art.
Get ready for the biggest and most exciting music festival in Malta this year! DLT:Malta, returns to the beautiful island from May 31st - June 4th 2023, hosting a 4-day music festival featuring some of the best DJs and musicians from around the world, including rising afrobeat stars Asake and Ayra Starr, dancehall favourite Dexta Daps, homegrown talents Amaria BB, Tiana Major 9, Kendrick Lamar collaborator SiR and many more.
The festival promises to be a spectacular celebration of music and culture, bringing together people from different parts of the world to enjoy some of the best talent music has to offer. Last year was a remarkable feat that saw DLT take the brand to heights it hadn't been before, with performances from global phenomenon Wizkid, Grammy award-winning artist KAYTRANADA, dancehall star Shenseea and a number of other international and UK-based talents. DLT:Malta '22 also saw the #DLTMalta hashtag on TikTok receive over 8,000,000 views, which has since increased with people anticipating the 2023 return!
DLT:Malta 2023 promises to be an unforgettable experience with a line-up of world-class acts who will perform across stages at some of the most premium venues in Malta, Bora Bora Ibiza-Malta, Uno Malta, fan-favourite Café Del Mar and new venue Armier Beach known for its crystal-clear waters and stunning sunset views. Additionally, this year will see brand sponsors Mixtape Madness showcase the best talent the UK has to offer with performances from Gabzy and viral star Jay O and exciting DJ sets from UK heavyweights!
The return to Malta promises an incredible four full days of non-stop music, dance, and entertainment! With an electrifying atmosphere and unforgettable performances to be expected, DLT:Malta promises 2023 to be another one for the record books.
It is one of the oldest feasts where two religious saints, Saint Peter and Saint Paul feast day is celebrated. The L-Imnarja feast start from the day before at the Buskett gardens about a kilometre from the village of Rabat. Various activities are organized, the most traditional ones are the fresh fruits, vegetables and the animal exhibition, then other traditional crafts, kids activities and band marches have been added to this festivity in recent years.
For the Maltese this is an important event where they flock to the Buskett gardens to feasting, participate in the exhibitions, it is a time where many families meet up together.
The island of Gozo is proud to be the host of the Victoria International Arts Festival created by an energetic group of cultural lovers from Gozo where they dedicate their spare time to coordinate and rehearse from year to year in order to put up the five weeks of orchestral concerts, choral and chamber music events.
Through the many years that it has been organized they succeeded to make a name for this island by bring over several international great names and in this way it rapidly developed and flourished at a steady pace.
The oldest and largest commercial fair event on the island, was always held between the end of June and beginning of July. During these last recent years it is held at the Ta’ Qali Conventions Centre in the open air.
It is an opportunity for local companies to exhibit their products from furniture to household appliances, tools, cars to solar products. It is the annual events where people come to buy what they require at reduced prices, comparing prices before making the purchase. At the same time it is an enjoyable family outing.
Spread on a two-week period from June to July of each year, the festival aims to present top quality performances to the local cultural calendar with a mixture of events from visual presentations to music and dancing productions to the public.
Over the years the Malta Arts Festival has been the perfect dynamic platform for local artists both establish and emerging to showcase their work to local audiences.
It also distinguished itself to bringing overseas artists to the Maltese audience and not least to many foreigners who are very much attracted to such events being held in the open air in the peak of summer. The venue locations are varied from Birgu to Floriana, Vittoriosa, Mdina and various sites around Valletta.
It is the first showcase festival of wines from Malta and around the world. The Malta International Wine Festival is designed purposely for wine lovers and those who are not at all familiar with wine. Representative from over 100 companies are available to share their knowledge about the various varieties of wine while tasting some of the great varieties on display.
It takes place at the Cospicua waterfront beside the number 1 dock a perfect setting for such an event. Visitors can buy wine by the glass or by bottle, good food and live entertainment.
Spend a day at an island people call Paradise. A cruise takes you to the stunning island between Malta and Gozo. The day starts by travelling up the coast of Malta passing by popular locations like St. Paul's islands. A flow of free drinks for the entire ride. Sunbathe and enjoy a swim in the crystal clear sea of Blue Lagoon.
Experience a few of Malta's highlights including Mdina. Find out how and why Mdina was built with very narrow and winding streets. Capture unique panoramic photos of Malta from Mdina's bastions. Go round the most popular Malta landmarks such as Dingli Cliffs, Mosta Dome, San Anton Gardens. If you are looking to see well-known landmarks then this is the right tour.