From Kalamaja päevad 2019 to Estonian farm life exhibition in Eesti Vabaõhumuuseum / Estonian Open Air Museum, here are some tips on where to go and what to see.
Culture.ee’s weekly recommendations: 13–19 May 2019 13-05-2019 | Weekly recommendations Let us present you this week’s recommendations which include film screenings, art exhibitions, a movement workshop and Kalamaja Days 2019! Film Sorry to Bother You 13 May, 15 May, 16 MayCinema Sõprus 13 Ma…
So, what’s new?
Tallinn’s Telliskivi Creative City, a prime example of smart and successful urban regeneration, is celebrating its 10 year anniversary this year and there’s lots more to come, with the Stockholm photography museum Fotografiska opening an outpost there in June and more.
Most intriguing? Hmm, that might well be the case indeed. Either way, we made it to the Boston Globe y’all <3
The The Boston Globe writes about #Estonia as “one of #Europe’s most intriguing destinations.”
Alright, ready? We got like 99 recommendations for you today, not even kidding.
First, an exhibition Näitus “Ajareis. Elu Nõukogude Eestis” (open daily 11-19) so if you want a glimpse into Soviet Estonian life, pop by Balti Jaam and check it out.
Then there’s a live music evening at the one truly local joint TOPS where Savva klaverikontsert will offer a perfect piano soundtrack to Kalamaja life.
In other news, tonight Erinevate Tubade Klubi will host a Champions League play-off ühisvaatamine on big screen so… this is where the tragic/magic happens.
Depending on the outcome of football, one might feel a need to let it loose at Sveta Baar’s Karaoke Fun Time Now! Never a dull evening at Sveta, and that’s a fact.
And lastly, if you think you’re so funny yourself, you should go and get some feedback on that. The opportunity presents itself one street over from us at our friends Open MIC in Euphoria.
For now we’re heading to chill in Kalarand, Tallinn which is the last remaining city centre beach, free to access to everyone living or visiting the city. So go see before it gets gentrified and “developed”.
This cool place is right behind Balti Jaama Turg and just before Telliskivi Loomelinnak. Great place to enjoy the mid-week day off!
Them folks at Tallinn tourism office have gathered a ton of events behind that link, so click on!
Did you know that May is already the month where the sun sets around 10 in the evening? This means more time for awesome events! And the month May sure has some great events. It kicks off with Tallinn Day, Muuseumiöö/ Museum Night, Tallinna Vanalinna Päevad / Tallinn Old Town Days, followed by Kalamaja päevad 2019, Estonian Music Days. See what else is happening below!
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This former industrial area in Estonia’s capital has been revamped with bars, boutiques and galleries, along with several festivals
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