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March highlights


26. February 2015

March highlights

01 TALLINN CRAFT BEER WEEKEND

From March 27-28, an international festival of craft brewers will take place in Tallinn. The festival will bring together about twenty or so different brewers, including eight from Estonia. Samples of the craft beers will be available for tasting. The event will take place at Telliskivi 57.

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02 TOP VIOLIN CONCERT

The British violin virtuoso Vanessa Mae will perform on March 30 at Tallinn’s Saku Suurhall, together with a symphony orchestra and choir.

03 INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

International Women’s Day is celebrated in Estonia with flowers and bubbly drinks. You can celebrate women’s day by going to a concert. The favourite band Noorkuu will be performing at the Estonia Concert Hall on March 8 in Tallinn. Many concerts will be taking place all over Estonia in honour of International Women’s Day.

04 THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF DOCUMENTARY FILM

The World Film Festival 2015 brings new documentary films to Tartu from all over the world from March 14-21. The festival takes place in the Tartu Uus Theatre, the Estonian National Museum, and the Genialistide Klubi.

05 ESTONIA VS. ICELAND

Estonia will take on Iceland at the A Le Coq Arena in Tallinn on March 31. This is a farewell competition for the Estonian football player Raio Piiroja. Piiroja finishes his career after one hundred matches.

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