PRS for Music supports Beland Music Festival

Beland Music Contest supported by Arts Council Malta and PRS for Music

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One of the most awaited summer festivals, spread over 3 days, the Beland Music Festival is bringing its audience various new lures this time round.

Everything will kick off at 8.00pm where each day 2 bands will be competing in the Beland Music Contest supported by Arts Council Malta and PRS for Music. The bands are: Sterjotipi, Fusebox, Lucy’s Last, Kill The Action, Kersten Graham and The Areola Treat.
On Friday 4th May the show will continue with a live performance by Kevin Paul Callejja and Relikc (winners of the Beland Music Contest 2017) followed by the anticipated concert by The Travellers.

Saturday 5th will see another innovative show by DJs Ruby and Ziggy accompanied by a number of well known singers and dance shows. 

All will come to an end on Sunday 6th May with a concert from Malta’s most renowned Hip Hop act Kapitlu 13 supported by Marmalja. 

The festival will be held at Market Square in Zejtun, entrance is against a donation at the door. 


We are delighted to be supporting Beland Music Festival and Contest again this year. It is a terrific event allowing new and emerging Maltese talent to perform on the same line-up as well-known acts from Malta as well as across the globe. PRS for Music are very pleased to be involved in its seventh edition this May.

About PRS for Music

Here for music since 1914, PRS for Music is a world-leading music collective management organisation representing the rights of more than 175,000 talented songwriters, composers and music publishers. Redefining the global standard for music royalties, PRS for Music ensures songwriters and composers are paid whenever their musical compositions and songs are streamed, downloaded, broadcast, performed and played in public. 

For 110 years it has grown and protected the rights of the music creator community, paying out royalties with more accuracy, transparency and speed. In 2023, PRS for Music paid out £943.6m in royalties and collected a record £1.08 billion in revenues.

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