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Annual light festival in Kadriorg Park, Light Walks in Kadriorg, will take place on Thursday evening.

The end of summer is traditionally celebrated in Tallinn with a one-night festival in Kadriorg, where thousands of candles, torches and installations light up the historical park.

The festival program features a set of concerts by Jäääär and Ivo Linna, Kruuv, and Untsakad, as well as a specially coreographed dance performance "Ilmuline".

Light Walks in Kadriorg 2014 (Martin Dremljuga/ERR)

The entry to the festival is free of charge. First concert starts at 19:00.

Editor: M. Oll



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