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Souvenirs that don’t suck: Valletta version
We don’t know about you, but the word ‘souvenir’ usually conjures up images of fridge magnets, postcards and relatively unattractive t-shirts with the name of the country ironed onto the front.
Enter Souvenirs That Don’t Suck. They made it their mission to make souvenirs great again from day one and have been accomplishing just that ever since.
Hand in hand with Te fit-Tazza, which took over operations of the brand, the shop has made waves with locals and tourists alike.
Located in Manwel Dimech Street, Sliema, just a stone’s throw away from the police station, the shop is full to the brim with hip products, including t-shirts you’d wear more than just on the flight home, prints you’d want hanging on your living room wall, mugs, pins, coasters and more.
Tonight, Souvenirs That Don’t Suck is opening a brand new shop in our capital city, Valletta, more specifically, in St. John’s Square.
With prints and products inspired by all that which encompasses Malta and its traditions, co-founder and artist Craig Macdonald could not be more excited to be setting up shop in the heart of it all.
Come on down to the Souvenirs That Don’t Suck Valletta Opening tonight, in St. John’s Square.
Brian Pederson from Sunset Records Malta will be rocking some tunes and spinning the decks in the Te fit-Tazza community space upstairs and Café Caravaggio will be opening a bar for the evening. A Stretta Bar will also be available.
Grab a beer, listen to some tunes, check out some brilliant products and have an all-round exciting evening in the City.
Doors open at 7:30pm.
COVID-19 measures suggested by the local authorities will be adhered to and therefore; there will be a limit on the amount of people inside the store. However, outside the shop is freely accessible. Hand sanitiser will also be provided.