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Tallinn-Narva Music Week wins Estonia’s Best Tourism Product Award

Text Timo Huttunen 
Photo Rauno Liivand

Tallinn-Narva Music Week wins Estonia’s Best Tourism Product Award

 

On Thursday, September 29, the winners of the Tourism Act 2022 competition were awarded at the annual gala of the central associations of the Estonian tourism industry and Visit Estonia. Tallinn-Narva Music Week, which expanded to Narva as a double event this May, received the Professionals’ Choice Estonian Tourism Product of the Year 2022 award.

Tallinn-Narva Music Week leader Helen Sildna and her team brought more than 7,000 festival guests to the border town in May.

The same group is also the force behind the Station Narva city event organised each September. This autumn, the Finnish accordionist Kimmo Pohjonen performed at Station Narva, among others.

The next Station Narva event will take place on the 7th–10th. September 2023.

 

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