Notte Bianca organised by The Malta Council for Culture and The Arts once again sets the scene, lighting up the cityscape of Valletta on Saturday 29th September with a spectacular nocturnal celebration of people, culture and arts. The capital’s streets and cultural venues will play host to diverse types of entertainment.
State palaces and museums will open their doors for the enjoyment of patrons showcasing visual art exhibitions and theatre performances, while the streets and piazzas will host some of the finest local and international musicians and dancers. Outdoor food stalls and tables will also be set up. Cafes and restaurants will be open until late.
All of Valletta, from City Gate to Fort St. Elmo, comes alive on Notte Bianca, guaranteeing a memorable night that truly holds something for everyone.
The entrance to Notte Bianca will be through City Gate, whilst patrons are asked to use the Central Bank Annex (St. James Counterguard passageway) as the exit point.
Arriva will be offering a special price ticket and extension of service for Notte Bianca. A round trip ticket to Valletta and back to all localities for €2.50 will be issued. A special bus service will operate from Valletta after 11pm until 3am. Arriva’s Park & Ride services will also be available, with a direct shuttle from Blata l-Bajda and back.
Ferry boats will also be running on a regular basis from Sliema and Birgu to Valletta.
Notte Bianca is supported by GO and MSV Life.
For more information go to: www.nottebiancamalta.com