From medieval music to traditional Maltese Għana and contemporary rap, different artists come together in one night that showcases a diversity of styles that evolved from traditional music and singing.

Locally known as il-benniena tal-għannejja (the cradle of the singers), the charming village of Żejtun makes for an intimate setting in which different communities meet to blend, compare and contrast rich performances, including: sets by the Medieval-inspired band Bibita, R.E.A., the hip hop duo Marmalja and electronic artist Yews; traditional Għana and Makjetta sessions; an open mic segment with the literary group Spazjarti; and a beat-box and spirtu pront session inspired by words from the audience. A collage and creative writing workshop will also be held on the 17th August, in preparation for the main event on the 18th August.

Serata Għana u Lejla Rap will be held at Ġnien l-Għannejja Żwieten in Żejtun and kicks off at 7pm.