Tallinn's Newest Concert Hall Changes Name, Patti Smith to Perform ({{commentsTotal}})

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The Nokia Concert Hall has changed sponsors and will now be known as the Nordea Concert Hall.

The initial naming rights deal ended and Nordea, one of the largest banks in Estonia, was unveiled as the new sponsor at a ceremony today.

The hall was built in 2009 and attracts around 200,000 guests each year to its 200 annual concerts, shows and other events.

Coincidentally, the latest of this summer's rock legends to play Tallinn was announced today: Patti Smith will play the Nordea on July 21. Tickets go on sale this Friday. 



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