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Earth Garden is held in the island’s most popular open space, the Picnic area in the Ta’ Qali National Park which is a large area of parkland in the centre of Malta, Europe 

Located at the centre of the Mediterranean, Malta is made up of three main islands and a few smaller ones. The main island of the archipelago is also called Malta. The smaller islands are Gozo and Comino. Each has its own character; they are very easy to get around and reach. Short ferry hops link Gozo and Comino with the main island.

Festival Location

Picnic Area, Ta’ Qali, Malta. It is situated between the BOV Adventure Park and the Formal Garden area within the Ta’ Qali National Park. This area offers an open space of approximately 6 hectares (58,459.10m²).


Our first and most preferred option to make it to the festival is by public transport. This goes hand-in-hand with our green mission, it’s environmentally friendly as it reduces carbon emissions. It is also the most cost-effective option and the most convenient since parking spaces are limited. We’ve included route information operated by Malta Public Transport.

If you are going to meet your friends at the festival and public transport is not a viable option, we highly recommend using a taxi service. We also encourage our festival-goers to carpool.

Malta is also well connected and can be reached from most European cities with various airlines offering routes on a daily basis. 

To the Festival

  • Route 186: Frequency every 30 minutes from Bugibba to Ta Qali near the Stadium.
  • Route 56: Frequency every hour from Valletta to Ta Qali near the Stadium.
  • Route 202: Frequency every hour from Pembroke, San Giljan, and Sliema to Ta Qali near the Stadium.

In addition to the routes mentioned above, six other routes pass through Mdina Road, as follows: Route 51, Route 52, Route 53, Route X3, Route 181, and Route 182. The designated drop-off bus stop for these routes is “QALI 2”.

From the Festival

A special service has been organized with departure times at 23:15, 00:15, 01:15, and 02:15

  • TQ1 (North Route): Departing from Ta’ Qali and stopping at Rabat, Mosta, Naxxar, St. Paul’s Bay, Bugibba, Qawra.
  • TQ2 (Central Route): Departing from Ta’ Qali and stopping at Lija, Birkirkara Bypass, San Ġwann, St. Julian’s, Sliema, Valletta.
  • TQ3 (Southeast Route): Departing from Ta’ Qali and stopping at Attard, Balzan, B’Kara, Ħamrun, Paola, Cottonera, Żabbar, Fgura, Tarxien, Żejtun, Birzebbuġa.
  • TQ4 (Southwest Route): Departing from Ta’ Qali and stopping at Zebbug, Qormi, Marsa P&R, Luqa, Kirkop, Safi, and Zurrieq.

More information can be found at Malta Public Transport. You can also visit our FAQs or Contact Us if you require more information.

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