8.8.2023 | Culture
Lovers of 90s music will descend on Kalevi Staadion in Tallinn this Thursday and Friday
Text Mark Taylor
The popular “We Love the 90s” annual concert in Tallinn will return this year, but with a small update, becoming We Love the 90s & Millenium. This year the festival, which will take place on August 10-11, will see performances from acts including Cascada, Wighfield, Dr Alban, Haddaway, and former Eurovision winner Katrina, from Katrina and the Waves.
Some of the biggest acts from the 90s and early 2000s will be in Tallinn this week for the two-day-long We Love the 90s & Millenium music festival.
Visitors to the festival will be able to hear iconic tracks like Saturday Night by Wighfield, Everytime We Touch by Cascada, and Love Shine a Light by Katrina and the Waves.
The festival will see performances from acts including Cascada, Wighfield, Dr Alban, Haddaway, London Beat, Sash!, and DJ Aligator among others.
Day tickets as well as passes for both days are still available to purchase at Piletilevi.
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