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Exchange and return

Changes, exchanges and returns

TMW 2020 passes – Festival Pass, Conference + Festival Pass (now PRO Pass) and single showcase tickets – purchased in March, are valid also on new TMW dates in August. The single showcase tickets will be good for the same weekday (Th, Fr, Sat) predominately at the same venues.

Due to the COVID-19 related travel restrictions, TMW 2020 will feature artists from the EU  and Schengen member states, from which the quarantine requirement does not apply when arriving in Estonia.

Passes

Passes purchased for March dates do not need to be exchanged, they are valid on August dates (during the festival week it is necessary to exchange the pass for a wristband).

Single tickets

The single showcase tickets purchased for March dates are valid at the same venues on the new dates as follows:

Thu, 26 March – > 27 August
Fri, 27 March – > 28 August
Sat, 28 March – > 29 August
Sun, 29 March – > 30 August

Venues  and showcases that have changed

The following showcase nights have been moved to the open-air stage on the central square of the Telliskivi Creative City:

Thursday, 27 August: 311.ee Night (previously at F-Hoone Black Hall)
Friday, 28 August: Made In Baltics & Sony Music Night (previously at Vaba Lava)
Saturday, 29 August: Viljandi Folk (previously at Vaba Lava)

On Saturday, 29 August, Jazz Stage will take place at Fotografiska Centre (previously at Vaba Lava).

Tickets purchased before 22 June are valid at new locations/venues. Those who have purchased joint folk and jazz stage tickets before 22 June are eligible for admission to both concerts (Fotografiska and Telliskivi Square are next to each other).

Events removed from the programme

Since during the week before the festival, the number of new coronavirus infections has increased above the allowed norm in the United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland, musicians from these countries will no longer be able to enter Estonia without the obligation to stay in quarantine.

The TMW Stereoleto festival and Sevkabel Port showcase night, scheduled to take place at the Nobel Hall in Noblessner Foundry on Saturday, 29 August, is cancelled due to three of its artists – Iceage (DK), The KVB (UK) and Chinchilla (UK) – not being able to perform there. The rest of the performers planned for that night will be rescheduled to other TMW showcase events.

For those, who would like to exchange or return previously purchased TMW tickets for the Sevkabel Port and Stereoleto showcase, we offer the following options:

Exchanges next week from 24 to 29 August at the TMW info desk on the terrace of Viru Keskus:
– exchange the TMW Sevkabel Porti and Stereoleto showcase ticket for two concert vouchers, valid at any TMW 2020 showcase event.

Returns and exchanges after the festival:
– exchange the TMW Sevkabel Port and Stereoleto showcase ticket for a TMW 2021 showcase ticket
–  requests for returns or exchanges will be accepted after the festival, from 1 to 20 September to ticket@tmw.ee

Previous changes in the programme

  • Intsikurmu Festival Night: performers have been moved to other showcases/venues
  • Üle Heli Festival Night: performers have been transferred to other concert venues
  • Made In Canada: Due to travel restrictions, artists from Canada will not be able to travel to Estonia this time. Tickets will be exchanged or refunded
    Kai Schumacher live: cancelled
    Paldiski Sunday: there will be no event this year, tickets will be exchanged or refunded

 

Pass or ticket purchased for March dates is valid on new festival dates in August.

TMW 2020 passes and tickets are on sale at both TMW webshop and Piletilevi.

Every purchase supports the festival.

TMW 2020 will be organised in line with the rules in place for public events at the time of the event, to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

The organisers would like to emphasise that persons, who have been infected with COVID-19 within 14 days before the event or persons who have had contact with a COVID-19 positive, as well as people with symptoms of acute respiratory infectious diseases (fever, dry cough, difficulty breathing), will not be allowed to attend the festival. Persons in the risk group (the elderly and those with chronic conditions) should avoid attending, if possible.