More than 70,000 people are estimated to visited Valletta on Saturday night for this year’s Notte Bianca.
The all-night festival celebrated Malta’s history, art and culture.
More than 250 artists took part in 54 events, which were held across the capital city.
For the first time, the courts were also open to the public, giving many the opportunity to visit the halls for the first time and watch a play on a fictitious criminal case.
He confirmed that next year’s festival will be held in the capital on October 3.