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    Riga Fashion Week

    Riga Fashion Week will be the hottest ticket in town starting next Tuesday 24th of October, until Saturday the 28th. The event will feature the launch of the 2018 spring summer pret-a-porter collections, along with the 3rd...[more]


    International singer-songwriters’ festival “This is Me” Vilnius

    The International singer-songwriters’ festival “This is Me” (Tai-Aš) is returning to Vilnius this Thursday with three days of inspiring entertainment. From the 19th to the 21st of October Vilnius St Catherine’s Church will be...[more]



    The Creative Climate Leadership programme provides training to artists and cultural professionals to utilise their creative talents and entrepreneurial perspectives to take action on climate change. The next CCL workshop is...[more]


    Territorium Film

    Territorium Film returns to Kaliningrad for the 6th year running next week, with four days of interesting documentary films from German and Russian filmmakers, screening across the city. The festival opens on Friday 15th of...[more]


    Tallin Urban Lab

    The creative platform Urbiquity once again brings its urbanism residency programme to Tallin, with a week of activities and workshops scheduled all of next week in and around Tallin, Estonia. [more]


    Landskrona Foto Festival

    The Landskrona Foto Festival has become one of Scandinavia’s most important photographic events and the countdown is on for the 2017 festival which starts this Friday in Landskrona, Sweden, running through until Sept 17th. [more]


    Exhibition devoted to Arvo Pärt, Gdansk

    Arvo Pärt is one of Estonia’s most esteemed contemporary composers and with their role as current President of the EU, the country will recognise him in an exhibition devoted to his work at the St John’s Centre in Gdansk, Poland,...[more]


    NuArt Festival

    The town of Stavanager on Norway’s south west coast will once again welcome artists and art lovers from across the globe to the NuArt festival, launching this Saturday at 7pm and running right through to the October 15th. [more]


    Baltic Sea Philharmonic

    To follow on from their successful ‘Waterworks’ tour of Germany and Denmark in May, the unique and beloved Baltic Sea Philharmonic will commence a second tour this weekend. With a Baltic Folk flavour and performances in Sweden,...[more]


    Helsinki Festival

    Finland’s largest arts festival returns tomorrow to the city of Helsinki. The Helsinki Festival will fill your final summer days with wonderful music, theatre, dance, circus and visual arts performances and exhibitions. The...[more]


    Hidden Places: Community and a Life in Balance

    Every city has it’s highlights but what about its secrets? Visitors can see Aarhus from a different view point this week as the rooftop of Pakhusene in Aarhus Ø in transformed into a Zen like space. Experience the wonderful views...[more]


    Change Music Festival Sweden 10 - 13 August 2017

    Change Music Festival transcends the chamber music of old, delivering a fresh approach to classical pieces over a diverse programme starting tonight and running right through until Sunday! [more]


    KALININGRAD CITY JAZZ», 4-6 August 2017

    "KALININGRAD CITY JAZZ» is a summer open-air-festival with varied genres from jazz, funk, new jazz, dixieland, soul, boss nova up to ethnic music. [more]


    Riddu Riđđu Festivàla

    Riddu Riđđu Festivàla, means ‘little storm on the coast’ in Saami language and the locals will create just that this week. The unique and resilient Saami people and their culture will be celebrated from Wednesday to Sunday at the...[more]


    CCL Training Course

    There is more to climate change action than just research and worry! Europe is moving forward and cultural professionals can now get practical knowledge and skills with the CCL 5 day intensive training workshop![more]


    Baltic Jazz

    The annual Baltic Jazz festival in Dalsbruk will celebrate its 30th year in 2017 so if you have not managed to attend it before now – this is definitely the year to get to Finland and get your jazz on! [more]


    Copenhagen Jazz Festival

    Copenhagen’s reputation as one of Europe’s jazz capitals is partly thanks to the Copenhagen Jazz festival, held in the city every summer since 1979 and returning once again for 10 days this Friday 7th July. [more]


    Tallinn Pride

    The Baltic LGBT+ community will stand ‘United’ this week celebrating the strength and diversity of their community as numerous events take place across the region as part of the Baltic Pride Festival from Thursday 6th July to...[more]


    14. International filmfestival “Baltic Debuts“

    The 14th International Film Festival "Baltic Debuts" will take place from 4 to 8 July 2017 in the town of Svetlogorsk on the Baltic coast, Kaliningrad region. [more]


    XXII Võru Folklore Festival

    Estonia’s oldest and largest folk festival returns this weekend in the southern Estonia town of Võru, where it has been held for more than 20 years. [more]


    Rigas Ritmi

    One of the Baltic States most beloved music festivals is Rigas Ritmi and it’s BACK this weekend in Riga![more]


    Finno-Ugric Film Festival

    The latest in Finno-Ugric short and experimental films will be screened over 4 days starting today at FUFF – the Finno-Ugric Film Festival, in southern Estonia. [more]


    Rapla Church Music Festival

    The churches of Estonia will ring out with more than just bells this July, as the Rapla Church Music Festival transforms the sound of the countryside from June 28th to July 9th.[more]


    Avanti Festival

    Avanti’s 32nd Summer Sounds Festival is back! With soloists, jugglers and works spanning 400 years, the entertainment will once again be nothing short of surprising. [more]


    MIDSUMMER at Seurasaari

    The sun has returned and Midsummer is finally here! This year’s Midsummer’s Eve festival will be even more special with the Finnish Centennial another reason to celebrate! [more]


"Culture includes not only culture and arts, but also the way of life and system of values. In this sense culture becomes the major power for intellectual renewal and human perfection." (European Council Report on European Cultural Policy)