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The Malta Fireworks Festival (29 - 30 April)

The Malta Fireworks Festival (29 - 30 April)

Following the success of the previous four editions of the Malta Fireworks Festival held in Grand Harbor, the Ministry for Tourism and Culture in association with the Malta Tourism Authority will present the second edition of the Malta International Fireworks Festival.

This event is guaranteed to delight all those attending as it is a showcase of the best pyrotechnical displays produced not only by Maltese enthusiasts, whose craft derives from hundreds of years of experience in the field, but also by internationally acclaimed pyrotechnic firms.

This event will also commemorate the 3rd anniversary of Malta’s entry into the European Union. The festival will be held at the Grand Harbor in Valletta on the 29th and 30th April 2007.

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