Week after week, looking out for the freshest events from the promoters that know how to do it best. Here’s what’s on:

Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 15, 16, 18 Oct

The Healing Art Of Kalarippayat @ Tigullio, St. Julian’s

After a weekend of clubbing, come break a sweat by trying out what is considered to be one of the oldest forms of martial arts. Originating from South India, come discover your inner warrior and healer. Classes are given by instructors that have practiced in India and go for 11eur per week.


Fri 19 Oct

ReLeaf 1st Year Anniversary

After a year since the launch of this pro cannabis initiative, ReLeaf are celebrating their one year anniversary at Movida near Tigne Point in Sliema. As per the organisers, the goal is “to celebrate the one year anniversary of ReLeaf’s founding, a year where Malta legalised medical cannabis and the manufacturing of medical cannabis, a panel of some of Malta’s most prominent people in relation will be hosting a panel discussion. Covering everything from medical cannabis to criminal law to the future of cannabis-related block-chain, the floor will be open to questions from the public.” Come early, as the first 50 attendees will be offered an  entrance ticket to the Medical Cannabis World Forum free of charge.


Sat 20 Oct

Ivan and the Parazols – Rocktober 2018 @ Rock Bar Republik

Omega events brings an energetic group for Rocktober 2018. Ivan and the Parazols have played on the mainstage of Sziget festival, as well as appearing at SXSW and Eurosonic Noorderslaag. Join them next Friday in St. Julians.



Hoptoberfest @ Tigullio

Tigullio brings the fall drinking spirit in the best way – a beer festival!

Here are the breweries involved:

Brussels Beer Project
Founders Brewing
Poppels Bryggeri
Brasserie de la Senne
Evil Twin Brewing
Browar Grodzisk
Browar Miłosław
Browar Fortuna
Bernard Brewery

Over 50 different craft beers-draft, bottles, cans. Best part of all – for every two beers ordered get a free hotdog!



Jazz Night at Coffee Circus Mosta @ Mosta

As per the organizers:

“Jazz Night will be held at Coffee Circus coffee shop in Mosta! Piano, wonderful vocal and good sound system will let you to enjoy cosy evening in Mosta.
The road will be closed, extra tables outside, chairs, Live music and nice freshly roasted coffee! Special evening drink – Sangria or Mild Wine, we will check the forecast!”

Entrance FREE
Ingrid Schembri, the words-smith
Clyde Camilleri, the beats-boy
Norman Cristina, an ivory-tickler



A reasonably priced entrance of 10eur (15 after 00:30) for some of finest techno on the island. From the organizers:

A name locally synonymous with dark and deep sounds, a Djing career worth more than a thousand words and a passion for electronic music that is somewhat unique. Brian James enters the clubbing scene at the tender age of 16 and has been nourishing this passion for over 25 years, unmistakably contributing to the creation of a Maltese underground techno crowd
Since the mid 90’s, Owen Jay has been one of the main contributors to the development of underground music culture in Malta; as a DJ, producer, event promoter & label owner.
Into electronic sounds since 2005, KERG likes tunes of all shapes and sizes. His main influence can be credited to the music produced by the likes of Gerald Donald, Brendan M. Gillen, James Stinson, Gerard Hanson, Kraftwerk and Juan Atkins among many others.
Since his first official appearance in 2001, A-Call has graced us with a myriad of DJ sets that can diversify from Electro to Techno. ”