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Tallinn Music Week 2024, Estonia

3 April - 7 April

€45 – €150

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Tallinn with its stunning medieval centre, dating from 1248, and its thriving galleries, restaurants and bars is a must for the traveller. However for one week it is transformed into one of Europe’s most eclectic contemporary music festivals – the Tallinn Music Week, part of the Baltic nation’s festival season.

The festival consists of a music festival, a Creative Impact Conference and a city festival. The 2024 festival will include more than 150 artists from Estonia and abroad, and will be held from 3-7 April. In 2023, around 18,000 people and more than 1,200 industry professionals attended. There were 188 artists from 41 countries.

Over recent years the concept behind The Tallinn Music Week has broadened out. Always seen as combining Eastern, Western and Central European contemporary music, it now also encompasses art, design and ideas, with the aim of stimulating the understanding of modern culture.  The other festival elements are a music industry conference at Nordic Hotel Forum and HALL, public talks, an art programme, music workshops for children and special events in the district of Lasnamäe.

Tallinn Music Week

The confirmed line-up of artists will be announced in February or March 2024. The full programme will be found here.

The aim of the festival is not only to share and promote cultural interests but to also make the event user friendly for its many visitors. To this effect all venues used will be within a short walking distance of the main hubs: the Telliskivi Creative Hub and the Port Noblessner.

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When is the Tallinn Music Week 2024

The 16th edition will be held from 3 to 7 April. The central hubs will be at the Telliskivi Creative City and Port Noblessner. The TMW Conference will be held at the Talinn Teachers’ House in the Old Town. It will have a day focused on Estonian music.

Station Narva Photo: Anastassia Volkova
Station Narva Photo: Anastassia Volkova

Tallinn Music Week 2024 Programme

Further details of performing artists can be found here.

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Tallinn Music Week Tickets

A PRO Pass costs €150 and provides access to the the conference and digital PRO platform as well as priority access to the music festival. You can purchase them via The Festival Pass, with access to all the music events, is available for €45 (until 29 December).

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For everything else you need to know about the Week, click here. Photos provided by the Tallinn Music Festival.


3 April
7 April
€45 – €150



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Before setting up Travel Begins at 40, Mark was the publisher of AsiaLIFE Cambodia and a freelance travel writer. When he is not packing and unpacking his travelling bag, Mark writes novels, including To Cook A Spider and Peppered Justice. He loves walking, eating, tasting beer, isolation and arthouse movies, as well as talking to strangers on planes, buses and trains whenever possible. Most at home when not at home.

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