Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) CEO Carlo Micallef on Wednesday described the upcoming Robbie Williams concert as another reputable event in the local entertainment industry’s calendar.

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Robbie Williams during one of his recent shows / Facebook

The concert, which is set to be held on Thursday at Floriana, will see the English popstar, who has global hits like “Let Me Entertain You” and “Angels”, perform as part of his European tour. The XXV Tour, as it has been marketed, is celebrating 25 years of his music career, and also coincides with the release of his “Greatest Hits” album.

Mr Micallef’s comments came during a visit to the Floriana Granaries, the area where the event will be held, together with Minister for Tourism Clayton Bartolo.

Logistic preparations are now at the final stages, with Mr Micallef stating that it is estimated that around 20,000 people will attend the concert.

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MTA CEO Carlo Micallef (left) and Minister for Tourism Clayton Bartolo (middle) / DOI / Alan Saliba

Mr Micallef remarked that the event signifies another event of “the highest level” within the entertainment world for Malta.

Minister Bartolo remarked that this concert is a clear indicator of how Malta is “continuing to improve its cultural calendar of events each year”.

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The Floriana Granaries ahead of the event / DOI / Alan Saliba

“Our aim will remain to continue providing help so that events of this nature continue to improve the touristic product we offer to domestic tourists and also to those who visit our country,” he concluded.

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MTA CEO Carlo Micallef


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