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The Bubble '" A Festival of Life continues today with a number of activities and live acts.
At 8pm The PlaKard Project will take to the stage with their set inspired by contemporary jazz, hip hop and experimental music. In January, the band released their debut album Jump the Fence.
At 9pm reggae rockers Mana Tapu take their turn to rock the stage. Winners of the Rookies Battle of the Bands and the Hard Rock Rising Battle of the Bands, the troupe is a staple on Malta's festival circuit.
At 10.30pm The Gaia stage will close with Indian fusion band Cushion.
The centre stage will see a number of electronic acts throughout the day, including Lubay and Mundo Musica, with the main attraction Gaudi taking the stage at 10pm. A silent disco will follow this performance.
The Bubble is being held at G"ajn Tuffie"a. For tickets, visit http://thebubble.com.mt .

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