Night Life In Malta

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Night Life In Malta

Whilst the student experience does incorporate a degree of hard work and study, we all need some time to unwind and let off steam.  Thankfully, Malta have just the thing – and once again Maltese students are spoiled for choice! Whether it’s partying away in Malta’s nightclub cluster known as Paceville, a sunset barbecue on one the famed sandy beaches; seriously, how can you resist that?, or enjoying the fireworks at a local feast, you can rest assured that you’ll be sufficiently entertained throughout your student experience.

Typical of the Mediterranean lifestyle, the locals' approach to life is to enjoy and celebrate it as much as possible.  Isle of MTV Malta nightlife on the Islands is always bustling - even if the vibrant calendar of events gets leaner during some periods, there are always scores of clubs to visit, excellent wine bars and first-rate restaurants to try out. The Islands have an effervescent calendar of cultural events to see, such as the Malta Arts Festival, the Valletta Baroque Festival, the Opera Festival, the Choir Festival and the International Jazz Festival held in July. Major music concerts starring top international artists are held every summer, attracting massive crowds of both tourists and locals alike.

The Maltese Islands have also become a hub for the clubbing scene. Internationally renowned DJs like Paul Oakenfold, Erick Morillo, Magda, Tiesto, Van Heill appear for guest weekends throughout the year. This scene thrives all year round and is an all-week affair in a variety of venues, from large clubs to quieter bars where some excellent house DJs entertain and the admission is free in most cases. The main nightlife clubbing action is in Paceville, on the coast near St. Julians, where the clubs and bars are in abundance. Classical music is very popular on the Islands and organ recitals take place regularly in the many baroque churches.

Regular orchestral, soloist concerts and operas take place in some stunning historic venues. Band music is one of the most popular traditions on the Islands. Every town and village has at least one band club. Band music is taken seriously on the Islands and the highlight of the year for band clubs is the parish festa. These events are characteristic of the Maltese Islands.

Saints, fireworks, food and fun are all part of this cultural phenomenon - try and catch one as they're not to be missed. The Maltese Islands have become a popular destination for clubbing holidays in Europe. Getting better every year, with new clubs and bars frequently opening on our shores, it seems that more and more people are booking to party in Malta's awesome nightlife atmosphere.

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