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Held from Thursday to Saturday, the second Tartu Music Week will this year feature 23 bands, with a sampling of jazz, dance and rock on offer.

One of the highlights is the Finnish indie-rock group French Films, a recipient of the European Border Breakers Award. Other international acts include Black Lizard, also from Finland, and vocalist Alise Joste from Latvia.

Estonian performers include Odd Hugo, Mari Kalkun, Frankie Animal, Aapo Ilves and Alar Kriisa, Tallinn Daggers, Badass Yuki, Junk Riot and others.

The heart of this year's festival will be the Vilde building (Vallikraavi 4), which will have three stages set up.

More information about performers, the program and tickets can be found here.



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