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Rockestra is back for the 12th Edition at MFCC Ta Qali

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Ticket sales finished!

Ticket sales for Rockestra 2021 unfortunately have now finished! The last day of this event was on Saturday 04-Dec-2021. Ticket sales ended at Saturday 04-Dec-2021 22:00.


Rockestra is back for the 12th Edition at MFCC Ta Qali.

Throughout the past year, the MCCFF received numerous enquires to see whether the show would be happening as it had been sorely missed. Over the years, Rockestra has attracted 10's of thousands of people and has gathered a loyal following towards this annual show.

This year, Rockestra will be happening in a different format from previous years, primarily as it will be a sit-down rock concert and will feature rock songs which, in the past, weren't a good fit for a stand-up rock concert. The wide range of rock bands the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra will cover vary from Scorpions, Pink Floyd, Toto, Bastille and Foo Fighters, just to name a few.

Once again, an exciting mix of local artists will join the Rockestra stage this year, most of which surely need no introduction. These include Frank, Ozzy Lino, Klinsmann, Matthew James, Lara, Petra and the New Victorians, amongst many others.

The show will be artistically directed by Pawlu Borg Bonaci, and Sigmund Mifsud as a musical director and conductor for the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra.

This rock concert has proven time and time again that it is an event not to be missed, bringing together much-loved rock songs, blending classical rock to more alternative rock tunes, performed by well renowned local artists! Pawlu Borg Bonaci promised that although a sit-down concert, this year's edition of Rockestra will be one to remember for many years to come!

President George Vella expressed the hope that the Maltese people continue to support this musical event, especially in times where the Malta Community Chest Fund Foundation is in dire need of support, with most events being restricted or cancelled throughout the past 19 months.