Current Affairs
Elrow international music festival to be held also in Malta

Another international festival has been announced which will be organized in Malta at the end of Summer. Following Barcelona, Dubai, Madrid, New York, Ibiza, Shanghai and the United Kingdom, the electronic music festival – Elrow – which includes similar atmosphere found in a circus, will be held at an entertainment establishment in Ta’ Qali. The Tourism Authority stated that the festival adds with the Malta attractions for more young tourists.

Known not only for electronic music but also for colourful atmosphere, the Elrow festival which has toured the world will be organized in Malta in the middle of September. The festival brings over to Malta popular DJs of House and Techno music.

The Elrow festival, which originated from a 150-year old concept of entertainment of dancing and music, started in 2010 and won various international awards.

Tourism Minister Kontrad Mizzi said the festival follows the steps of other events already announced to attract more youths to visit Malta.

“The Elrow festival has established itself in various major cities, from Barcelona to New York. It joins a serious of festivals for youths which have established themselves in the Maltese calendar, including the Isle of MTV and Unite with Tomorrowland held at the height of summer and the Lost and Found festival which is held before summer”, the Minister said.


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