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Gringos Malta reveals summer lineup

MALTA, June 18, 2019

Gringos, a weekly summer Sunday club night in Malta dedicated to underground, electronic and dance music, has announced the 2019 line-up for this year’s residency at Uno, Malta’s biggest open-air club.

 Running on Sundays between June 6 and September 20, the event series combines local electronic talent with some of the world’s biggest DJs, with the likes of Marco Carola, The Martinez Brothers and Camelphat all locked in to play.
 
The opening party sees Gringos resident and Malta native Carl Bee take the reins, followed by chart-topping, Grammy-nominated duo Camelphat on June 23. ‘Emotional techno’ figurehead Kolsch comes to Uno Malta the following month on July 28, with Ibiza favourite Marco Carola making the trip across the Mediterranean on August 4. Brooklyn-born house duo The Martinez Brothers then step up on August 11, ahead of Deborah De Luca on August 25 and a very special, soon-to-be-announced guest to round off proceedings on September 8.

Secondcity, GW Harrison and a slew of local residents will also perform across the summer, as Malta establishes itself as one of Europe’s rising party island. The tiny Mediterranean nation has already hosted AMP Lost & Found festival this year, with Abode on the Rock and Summerdaze Malta further cementing its position on the dance music map.

Now into its ninth year, past Gringos guests include Dubfire, Joseph Capriati, Green Velvet, Sasha, The Martinez Brothers, Eats Everything, Joris Voorn, Jackmaster, Tiga, Nic Fanciulli and many others. 
 
Gringos Malta runs from June 6 to September 20 at Uno, Ta’Qali, Malta

Full Programme:
June 6 (Opening Party) - Carl Bee
June 23 - Camelphat
June 30 - Secondcity & GW Harrison
July 7 - Ilario Alicante
July 28 - Kolsch
August 4 - Marco Carola
August 11 - The Martinez Brothers
August 25 - Deborah De Luca
September 8 - Special Guest (TBA)
September 20 (Closing Party) - Carl Bee - TradeArabia News Service
 




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