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170 artists from 28 countries have been confirmed in the three-day music programme
While showcasing the most diverse sounds and genres from all over the world, Tallinn Music Week aim is to offer a genuinely focused and user-friendly festival experience. The three-day music programme from Thursday 28th to Saturday 30th March will offer a multi-genre mix from the edgiest sounds to chart pop, from dance beats to metal and from folk to contemporary classical. Altogether, 21 showcases across 10 venues will take place during three nights.
For the first time, this year there will also be a city stage at the new venue of the TMW Creative Impact conference, the Estonian Academy of Arts. The city stage concerts are free of charge and open for all age groups.
Besides the music concerts planned in the next few days, there is also a special gallery evening organized. The main part of TMW Arts takes place on the evening of Thursday, 28th of March, with a special programme and gallery evening with extended opening hours called “Tallinn Thursday.” Audience members can take part in exhibition tours, and meet the gallerists and artists until late evening hours. A bus will be arranged to aid with transportation between the galleries.
The price of monthly passes, however, will remain the same so that regular commuters won’t have to worry
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