Thursday, 5 April
Friday, 6 April
Saturday, 7 April
An international line-up of over 200 artists will unfold in Tallinn’s best concert venues. Expect a multi-genre mix of regional headliners, up-and-coming names, cutting-edge acts, and established heavyweights from avant-garde to pop, from dance to metal to classical music.
TMW hosts a dedicated programme for virtually every music genre, which has been compiled from artist applications by a team of local experts, including music business executives, organizers and melomaniacs.
The artist application round for the tenth edition of the festival ended on November 1st with 1,450 applicants from 53 countries.
Around 250 applicants will be confirmed into the festival line-up by a broad team of Estonian and international music experts – representatives of different venues, festivals and record labels, as well as radio presenters, music managers, producers and promoters. The three-day music showcase programme will be announced during January and February 2018.
The Festival Stage covers around 30 venues, most within walking distance from each other.
Take a look at the 2017 music programme lineup here.
In addition to the indoor venues, we recommend you to take part of the City Stage programme, where free pop-up concerts and special sets by festival acts take place in cafés, galleries, design studios and private homes around the city. This is our way to show you around in Tallinn and visit some of our favourite hangouts. The City Stage programme will be announced during February and March 2018.
The festival is also putting an emphasis on accessibility for people with special needs.
You can buy the festival pass from our web store. Thee single tickets for individual concerts will be available from January 2018.
“Tallinn Music Week is a musical melting pot. It’s bubbling over. The festival is also set apart by the range of music on offer: classical showcases, Estonian Voices, choir, jazz and folk complement all the pop-rock-metal-indie-dance variants expected at any showcase festival.”
Kieron Tyler, the Arts Desk