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The BPM Festival Malta – Cancelled
11 Sep 2020 - 13 Sep 2020
The BPM Festival Malta 2020 was cancelled, due to an increase in Covid-19 cases in Malta. You can read the the festival’s statement here
The BPM Festival Malta is a brand new electronic music festival, landing on the scenic Mediterranean island this September. The BPM Festival is synonymous with day and night parties in stunning locations across the globe.
The festival will bring together a community of music lovers for 3 days and nights of incredible parties, boasting 3 amazing stages and featuring a lineup of the hottest underground house and techno DJs.
The first chapter is set to take place at the premier open-air club, UNO, a magical destination covered with palm trees, wide-open spaces and amazing sound.
With over 300 days of sunshine, pristine beaches and well preserved historical architecture, Malta is a summertime paradise and the perfect setting for a boutique music festival.
The BPM Festival Malta 2020 Lineup
Charlotte De Witte
The BPM Festival Malta 2020 Tickets
The island of Malta offers a wide range of accommodation options. Book your stay for The BPM Festival Malta using the map below or visit booking.com
Malta is well connected by public transport and a single ride fare is €2.00. Visit the public transport website for detailed information about bus routes in Malta at www.publictransport.com.mt/en/
Malta’s white taxis are the ones that can pick you up off the street. Figure on €15.00 for short hops and not much more than €35.00 for a trip across the island.
You will have to fly to Malta International Airport (MLA). Buses to various locations on the island (Valletta, Sliema, St. Julian’s, etc.) are outside the terminal building and Airport Shuttle Service is also available by www.maltatransfer.com. Alternatively, you can take a taxi to your destination. There are now government approved fares for taxis from the airport ranging from €10.00 to €30.00.