Tallinn Music Week is one of the most acclaimed new music and city culture festivals and key networking events for music and creative industry professionals across Europe. This year's TMW takes place with a city festival, a music festival, free public talks, a music industry conference, and much more running between 10 and 14 May.
The music festival with 176 artists of various genres from all over Europe, North and South America, Canada, Africa and the Middle East and diverse genres from experimental electronica to classical in the best venues and clubs of Tallinn will start on 11 May. Some notable international acts in the line-up include Baltimore’s experimental producer Colloboh, young Swedish multi-talent Graham Lake, as well as Berlin-based Finnish-Moldovan Personality Pop character PALMU.
The Tallinn Music Week Conference will be held over two days on 12 and 13 May, it is a key meeting place for Baltic-Nordic music industries and a networking platform for the region to get connected to the global music community. The conference will address the impact of music and arts as an engine for the economy, discussing how the whole sector can be advanced while offering inspirational discussions, practical activities and networking opportunities to music professionals, artists, entrepreneurs and policymakers from different areas.
Tallinn Music Week’s City Festival will offer daytime explorations from art to cuisine and from the kids’ programme to the record fair, invites to take part in heated public discussions and introduces diverse neighbourhoods and atmospheres across Tallinn. The City Festival takes place between 10 and 14 May.
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