Following the musical service by the Gross-Siegharts Band in 1997, the Our Lady of the Lily Musical Society hosted the second foreign musical formation taking part in Mqabba
The 1st of June 2020 marks the 12th year from the inauguration of the restoration and illumination of the Club’s façade.
The following post gives a look to the merry making during the traditional midday march of the Feast of Our Lady of the Lily 1995.
This post gives a look to the pyrotechnic display let off on the eve of the Feast of Our Lady of the Lily 1995. A varied spectacle consisting of several sets of traditional Maltese shells and other colourful displays ending with a spectacular battery.
The footage shows the best part of the much awaited Friday March of the Feast of Our Lady of the Lily 1995. With the participation of the village’s first Band.
The footage takes us around the village of Mqabba during the days close to the Feast of Our Lady of the Lily 1995, in which we celebrated the 50th anniversary from the founding of the first Band in Mqabba.
On the Occasion of the European Week for Waste Reduction held between the 16th and the 24th November 2013, the Our Lady of the Lily Musical Society of Mqabba has organised an activity themed “Ninghaqdu Favur l-Ambjent”, on Sunday 17th November 2013.
The following video shows the process of assembling the artistic Bandstand for the first time in the year of its inauguration in 1995 on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the first Band in Mqabba.
We are publishing an article treating the veteran members John Farrugia, Peter Farrugia and Anthony Ghigo as a tribute for the work they carried out and support they had throughout their lives towards the Society and the Feast of Our Lady of the Lily in Mqabba. May God grant them Eternal Rest.
Feature that gives a look to the merry making during the traditional midday march of the Feast of Our Lady of the Lily 2008. Following the great success achieved during the eve of the feast fireworks display, it’s the supporters’ custom to celebrate just after the Solemn High Mass and prior the Solemn Procession.