DLT:Malta is a premium music experience which will see one of the fastest-growing UK-based, global event brands Days Like This bring their event to the beautiful island of Malta this June. With a stellar line-up of international artists including Wizkid, KAYTRANADA, Rema, Shenseea and many sought-after DJs, this 4-day experience is one not to be missed.
Event Info and Venues
The experience will include parties and events at Cafe del Mar Malta, Bora Bora Ibiza-Malta, Uno Malta and Gianpula Village, some of the best venues Malta has to offer, with some surprises yet to be announced. Meticulously curated by the DLT team from choosing the venues to hand-picking the hotels included within the packages, the 3000 attendees for DLT: Malta can expect to experience all the fun and impeccable vibes that can be found when attending one of their events, now with a beautiful island as the perfect backdrop.
Thursday 16 June
- Check into your hotel in scenic Malta
- Head to UNO to get the weekend started with our AFROSOUL night playing a mix of Afrobeats, House and RnB. Fancy a break from the main party? Take a minute to chill in the UNO Secret Garden.
- For the Night Owls, stay up late for the After, After Party at The Vault (Gianpula)
Friday 17 June
- Start your day with breakfast and an early drink or a coffee!
- Head to Roots within UNO for cocktails in the sun and DJ sets until long past sunset
- Keep it going in UNO main room for a party dedicated to HOMEGROWN acts from the UK, expect the live performances & DJ sets from UK favourites.
Saturday 18 June
- Brunch poolside at Bora Bora with hookah & sunbeds *
- Keep the party going late into the evening with a lineup of DJs and live performances from the best R&B acts
Sunday 19 June
- Sleep in and recover with brunch and a dose of sunshine
- Head to Gianpula for a massive artist lineup for what is set to be a day for EVOLUTION for DLT.
- If you know, you know. Head to Gianpula Clubhouse for a low key after dark party.
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