Notte Bianca is held in Valletta each year and is a spectacular, night-long celebration of culture and the arts in Malta’s capital. The streets and cultural venues come alive with a programme of entertainment designed to hold something of appeal for everyone.
Cultural venues, state palaces and museums open their doors almost all night, with many playing host to visual art exhibitions, dance and theatre performances. Streets and squares become venues for open-air concerts, while many cafes and restaurants extend their hours and also run pavement stalls. All art and musical forms are represented from classical to pop and contemporary.
The Malta Council for Culture & the Arts organises Notte Bianca with the support of the Parliamentary Secretariat for Culture and Local Government. The event sees Valletta become an ‘open city’ of culture. The programme is designed to ensure every area of Valletta is involved, from City Gate to the far end of the peninsula.
Please visit our website www.nottebianca.org.mt