Robbie Williams adding Malta to his European XXV tour

Robbie Williams, one of the world’s biggest artists, who rose to fame with the band Take That and then as a solo artist, has added Malta to the European Leg of his XXV Tour – celebrating 25 years of his solo career – and will be performing at the Granaries in Floriana on the 24th August.

The European Tour, which also coincides with the release of Robbie Williams’ new Greatest Hits album, kicked off with a show in Bologna, Italy three days ago and will see Robbie performing across the continent including Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, and Malta before setting off to Asia and Australia.

Set to be “a joyous celebration of Robbie’s 25 years as a solo artist,” featuring some of Robbie Williams’ greatest hits including ‘Angels’, ‘Let Me Entertain You’, ‘Millennium’, ‘Rock DJ’, ‘Feel’, and ‘She’s The One’, all those attending will get the chance to experience the kind of high-octane concert that Robbie has become known for.

“It is truly encouraging that another busy entertaining calendar is ahead of us. Welcoming Robbie Williams in the Maltese Islands showcases the country’s potential in attracting reputable worldwide artists that will provide an added value experience for all those tourists who visit Malta during the peak summer months. We are optimistic that Robbie Williams in concert will be another event to be remembered in Malta’s cultural and entertainment itinerary,” outlined Minister for Tourism Clayton Bartolo.

This concert is being organised by greatt and NNG Promotions with the support of VisitMalta, Malta International Airport and Brown’s Pharma.

Malta Launches 2023 Games Of The Small States Of Europe

The Games of the Small States of Europe (GSSE), which will be held in Malta in June 2023, has officially been launched following an announcement by Minister for Education and Sport Clifton Grima.

The event marks the third time Malta will host the event, since the Games’ inception in 1985.

At the time, the games were formed for countries with populations of fewer than one million people, and feature the same events seen in the Olympics.

In a promo video launched by the Ministry, athletes were appealed to fight for the top spot, as the occasion draws ever closer.

“Now, more than before is our time to dream big, aim high and fight hard. Now is the time to show the world what the smallest of the European Countries can do.”

“Sports makes us a nation. Sports unites us as one populace. Sports drive us forwards.”

SportMalta received €5 million in funds in an attempt to create the best environment for athletes to thrive, as they prepare to fight for gold.

“The government is proud to be giving full support to this sector, especially to these games,” said Minister Grima. “We have invested both in sports infrastructure, which we are raising to an international level, but for the first time, we have also invested in human resources.”

Since the first GSSEs, Maltese athletes have won 331 medals. In the two editions which happened in Malta, athletes won 32 medals in 1993, and 44 medals in 2003.

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