17TH TO 20TH AUGUST 2023
PJAZZA TRITONI - VALLETTA
Pinta Beer Festival 22
EXPERIENCE THE WIDEST VARIETY OF BEERS IN ONE FAMILY FESTIVAL
A celebration of one of the oldest drinking crafts in the world between the 17th and the 20th of August 2023 at Pjazza Tritoni, Valletta.
Get ready to experience the ultimate beer lover's dreamland at the Pinta Beer Festival, returning for its 2nd edition in Valletta, Malta from the 17th to 20th August 2023. With over 300 different beers under one roof, including local and international breweries from around the world, this festival is a beer enthusiast's dream come true!
Malta's brewers and beer importers will be at the event, providing their own unique beer experience, as well as interactive games, competitions and workshops. The event will also be enhanced with Malta's top craft beer importers and brewers, ensuring a diverse range of beers to taste and explore.
The festival isn't just about the drinks, though. Local bands will be leading the main stage at Tritoni Square, with further entertainment and arcade areas throughout the festival, making sure there's never a dull moment.
But that's not all! A new Club night area will be set up at the event, hosting a different themed night each festival day. For those who love sports entertainment, a new area hosting KICKBOXING, K1, MMA, and BOXING tournaments is being organised over the four nights, together with Malta Local Clubs United in Combat Sports.
A special family-friendly area will be set up, with fun fair rides, animation and virtual reality rides, together with vendors selling a variety of crafts. The Pinta Beer Festival truly has something for everyone, making it a must-attend event for anyone who loves beer and good times. Don't miss out on this four-day celebration of beer, music, and fun!
WHAT TO EXPECT
LIVE MUSIC STAGES
CHILDREN PLAY AREA
BOXING & KICKBOXING
FEEL THE VIBE
PINTA is hosted at the entrance of Malta's own capital city Valletta.
Pjazza Tritoni is the majestic square located just outside the City Gate of Valletta, Malta. The square is home to The Tritons’ Fountain one of Malta's most important Modernist landmarks.
Designed and constructed between 1952 and 1959 under no less than three governing bodies, and conceived jointly by eminent sculptor Chevalier Vincent Apap and his collaborator draughtsman Victor Anastasi, the fountain became unofficially operational on Saturday 16 May 1959. The fountain deteriorated in subsequent decades until the bronze figures were dismantled and restored in 2017. Works were ready by the end of the year, and the fountain and piazza were officially inaugurated on 12 January 2018. The space today is one of the most beautiful squares in Malta.
Furthermore, Pjazza Tritoni is well connected having the main bus station 2 minutes away by walk, which connects Valletta to every locality of the island, two large multistory carparks in the surrounding, easy access for persons with disabilities, amongst others.