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11.7.2024 | Culture

Tallinn Colors 2024: Bringing together music, art, and food

Text Mark Taylor
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Tallinn Colors 2024: Bringing together music, art, and foodSona Jobarteh

 

The Tallinn Colors Festival will take place from July 12 to 14 at Paavli Kultuurivabrik in Pelguranna. The event aims to bring together diverse communities in Estonia through music, art, food, and cultural activities.

The festival programme spans three stages and begins each day in the early afternoon, running until late evening. It features a lineup of local and international artists such as Sona Jobarteh from Gambia, Omar Souleyman from Syria, and Meisterjaan from Estonia, among others. Attendees can expect a dynamic schedule that includes live music performances, DJ sets, cinema screenings, art installations, and activities for all ages.

Noteworthy additions to the festival include the Sunday Bazaar, featuring a flea market and potluck with home-cooked food sharing, a global food court featuring over 20 vendors, as well as activities specifically tailored for children. The event concludes with a range of extras such as dancing, karaoke sessions, circus theatrical performances, and more.

Tickets for the Tallinn Colors Festival are available as three-day passes priced between 39-49 euros. Day tickets are also available for Friday or Saturday at 25 euros, while entry on Sunday is donation-based. Tickets can be purchased through Fienta

 

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