All good things come to an end and Għajta Waħda is now in its fourth and final week of shows.
The concert that has united Malta with its weekly shows is coming to an end, but not before one final hurrah!
Celebrating everything that is Malta, Festivals Malta‘s Għajta Waħda is closing off its Sunday night show with a number of Maltese classics, which is why it’s only fitting that a Maltese band plays them!
Sterjotipi will take the main stage at Manoel Theatre on Sunday 7th June joined by members of the Big Band Brothers in a musical mash-up for the ages!
It’s the line up we’ve been waiting for and we can’t think of a better way to say goodbye to four weeks of acts. And to go full circle, Għajta Waħda has brought back the sounds of week one, with Daniel Cauchi & Jonathan Spiteri from the Big Brand Brothers who will be performing on the evening too.
It wouldn’t be an Għajta Waħda show without the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra who will once again perform throughout the rafters of Malta’s historic theatre and provide a symphonic touch to the magical night.
Għajta Waħda is a celebration of music but it’s also a celebration of Malta too… and everything we’ve been through over the past few months.
As always, the show will project images of Malta’s beautiful scenery on your TV screen while the musicians take their instruments and grace you with the sweet sounds of some classic hits.
And for the grand finale, in collaboration with the Malta International Arts Festival, 17 of Malta’s most renowned singers came together to perform a special arrangement of the Maltese classic “Kemm Hu Sabiħ” composed by Paul Abela to the lyrics of Ray Mohoney and originally sung by the late Sammy Bartolo.
Each musician interpreting a different verse from the song, leading to a wonderful collage of voices evoking unity and solidarity during these challenging times.
The entertainment industry has been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic but nothing will shake Malta’s love for a good time.
Għajta Waħda has kept our spirits up for the past three weeks and it’s going to see us through the final stretch as Malta recovers from the pandemic.
The opportunity to experience live music during these troubling times does remarkable things to the nation’s courage and with one show left, Għajta Waħda is going to bow out to thunderous applause.
Make sure to tune in at 9pm on TVM, ONE or NET to see the final show.
Or catch them live on Festivals Malta, Visit Malta, Kinnie and the Covid-19 in Malta Facebook page.
Or you can join us right here on Lovin Malta’s Facebook page.
We’re going to be tuning in and so should you!