356 Entertainment Director Trevor Camilleri took to social media to celebrate the success of one of the company’s latest events – the SummerDaze Malta festival.
Held from 10th to 17th August, this year’s edition of SummerDaze Malta brought a range of international musical talent to Ta’ Qali National Park, UNO, and Armier, amongst other locations. The festival’s headliners included world-renowned pop-stars Jason Derulo, Anne-Marie, G-Eazy, and Bastille.
“History was made at SummerDaze Malta, hosting 60,000 people over two huge events,” Mr Camilleri wrote.
“I would like to thank everyone involved, especially 356 Entertainment, Visit Malta, Bold Bishop, and all local suppliers who made part of it in any way,” he added.
With over 25 years of experience under its belt, 356 Entertainment nowadays prides itself in being one of the islands’ leading events companies. Offering clients anything from events management and logistics to talent booking and marketing, 356 Entertainment has built up a sizeable portfolio of partners – some of which it represents exclusively on the islands.
Together with fellow Directors Gerry Debono and Nicholas Spiteri, Mr Camilleri has brought well-attended events like the Lost & Found Festival, Abode On The Rock, and Elrow Malta to the islands.
“Thanks to our international partners BBC Radio 1, Creamfields, m2o Radio, and all performers. Nothing comes easy, but we take on challenges and deliver,” Mr Camilleri concluded.
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