Connecting Through Culture is back this Saturday

Connect through culture, Ta’ Xbiex Local CouncilThe historic event is back for its sixth edition. Home to many foreign embassies, Ta’ Xbiex is known as the diplomatic capital of Malta.

Bringing together different cultures in one event, this celebration aims to promote culture through food, music and more.

Prepare to be mesmerized by an exciting lineup that will take to the stage on July 23.

Expect street performers, local and international music groups, Brazilian capoeira, Spanish flamenco, Indian dancers, belly dancers, a unique marching band, bagpipes, an illusionist and a specialized area for children. Local artisans, food stalls filled with delicious dishes, and exhibition stands are just a few of the highlights of this event.

Known for its magnificent characteristic promenade, the Ta’Xbiex Seafront, is this year’s venue for the Connecting Through Culture event.

As well as celebrating Maltese culture, the event will celebrate the diversity of nationalities represented in Malta by highlighting the traditional and cultural aspects of Australia, Spain, Italy, Brazil, India, Germany, Palestine and more.

There will be two stages and some seats and high tables on a first-come, first-served basis that will be set up on the Ta’ Xbiex promenade. The main stage program is coordinated by the local council with the participation of several diplomatic missions, while the second stage is supported by Storeroom.

Recognized as a safe place where artists and creators can meet, discuss and share their work, it was only natural that Storeroom support this event by offering an eclectic program of concerts.

This event is organized by the Ta’ Xbiex Local Counciland it is supported by the Parliamentary Secretariat for Local Government, the Malta Tourism Authority and Charles Grech.

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