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Unite with Tomorrowland in Malta again in summer for second year

The Unite with Tomorrowland festival is to be held in Malta again for the second consecutive year. This event is scheduled for 28 July at the Marsa Sports Grounds.

Last year the festival was held simultaneously in eight countries, except for Belgium where it has established itself. The countries were Malta, South Korea, Germany, Taiwan, Lebanon, Dubai, Spain and Israel.

Thousands of youths from 50 different countries attended the Malta festival last year, and a survey carried out by the organisers shows that over 90% will be happy to come back to Malta for this event.

The organisers said in a statement that Unite with Tomorrowland in Malta this year will be bigger and better, and work on the organisation of the event has already started and is proceeding apace.

This is the atmosphere in a number of countries during last year’s festival:

 

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