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Music Fest in aid of Hospice Movement #sharethelove

A special music festival #Sharethelove in aid of Hospice Movement is being held in the coming days including live local bands and musicians. 

Its main aim is so that Hospice Movement will get more funds to enhance them helping more Maltese families undergoing special treatments.

Amongst the local artists Gaia will be taking part in this music festival, along with guitarist Wayne Camilleri, Cushion, and The Crickets.  As a main artist and special guest, #Sharethelove  will host Mitchell Brunings.

Born in Surinam, - a northern country of South America – and raised in The Netherlands, Mitchell Brunings had a plethora of musical influences from all over the world.  Reggae, bossanova, samba, soul, rhytm and blues, calypso, country, salsa, meringue, Surinam’s own traditional music called Kaseko, and a host of other styles have lent their authority to Bruning;s raspy and soulful music style.

In August 2013, Michell had the opportunity to participate in The Voice of Holland – the original which other countries, including America, now base their own competitions know as The Voice.  The Voice of Holland catapulted Brunings into the spotlight.  Nearly winning the competition as the runner up, Mitchell’s YouTube videos continue to put him in the limelight, even bringing him in contact with the Marley family.  In 2015 Mitchell played the leadrole in the Marley Musical at Baltimore’s Centre Stage theatre.  It sold out before the end of its run, was the highest-grossing and best-attended show in the company’s history.

Continuing to grow and home his craft, Mitchell now brings his voice and music to stages around the world.  His participation in Malta is thought to be one the biggest music icons brought to Malta, being it’s his first time in our island.  

Entrance to this music festival is free of charge, but a 5 euros minimum donation is expected at the door which will be going as a fund toward the Hospice Movement.

Those who prefer to be treated as VIP, there will also be a VIP section against a 20 euros fee including direct access to bars and very close to the main stage.  Doors will open at 7pm, but the festival will start from 8pm onwards.

All families are being invited for a unique support towards the Hospice Movement.

This activity is targeted for all the families, and is being held on Friday, 17 June 2016 at Valletta Waterfront Cruise Terminal.

For tickets and more information kindly call on 9960 0286.