Spring daytime market at The Imperial courtyard, Sunday 5th June, 10am-6pm


• €50 for the space up to 6ft x 4ft

• €70 for the space up to 8ft x 4ft

Stallholder placements are allocated with the best fit for visitors in mind, hence we cannot guarantee that requests for particular placements will be entertained.

Since this is a daytime market, we are unable to guarantee the provision of electricity. Should artisans require electricity kindly send an email to manager@maltaartisanmarkets.com detailing the reason for requesting power by Wednesday 25th May.

Shade is not available at this market venue.  If you do not have your own white or cream (plain) umbrella or shading that fits within your chosen space, umbrellas are available to rent at €25 each.  

Participating stallholders should provide their own table which fits into their chosen stall space size.  Alternatively, table hire is available at €15 per table.

Participating artisans may park in the secure underground parking at a special flat rate of €4 for market day payable directly at the venue.

Kindly attach one image to your application which you would like us to use for social media artwork. Alternatively you may attach one photo on an email & send it on manager@maltaartisanmarkets.com with ‘Social Media post’ in the subject line.

Regrettably we are unable to accept food trucks at this venue, although food producers offering open food for consumption on the market is permitted.

Should market be unable to go ahead due to unforseen circumstances beyond our control, market organisers reserve the right to retain half of the stallholders fee.

Artisans and stall owners must minimise the risk of exposure to COVID-19 for themselves and their customers by taking reasonable and practical measures to mitigate risk.

✓ Social distancing
✓ Good hygiene practice for example use of hand sanitisers
✓ Stay home when sick
✓ Cleaning the stalls regularly and thoroughly
✓ Limiting the number of people in front of stalls at any given time
✓ The wearing of masks or visors
✓ The proper disposal of any used face masks.

Please read the code of practice and information

Deadline for applications and payments is a Friday 20th May 2022.

Please note your application does not guarantee participation. Your form will be screened and it will be up to Malta Artisan Markets discretion to confirm your attendance on the market.

Malta Artisan Markets accepts no responsibility for the sale of artisans’ items. It is the artisans’ exclusive responsibility to ensure that they are in line with all legal requirements with regards the sale of such items.

Payment details & information for stallholder will be sent on acceptance of participation, kindly settle by the Friday 20th May deadline in order to confirm participation.
Please familiarise yourselves with market code of practice below and here.