Annual Light Walks in Kadriorg festival returns to Tallinn Thursday night ({{commentsTotal}})

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Kadriorg Park, located on the east side of the Estonian capital of Tallinn, will once again be lit up with thousands of candles and filled with at least as many visitors for the Light Walks in Kadriorg festival on Thursday night.

On Thursday, Sept. 15 beginning at 7 p.m., Kadriorg will celebrate the end of its summer season with its annual festival Light Walks in Kadriorg. 8,000 candles will be lit all over the park, where visitors can enjoy different light installations all around the festival area.

This year's program also includes Estonian artists performing on three different stages and the evening will conclude with fireworks. Tallinn's Food Truck Court, a traveling quintet made up of Bite My Bagel, Hungry Karl, Paulig Coffee Truck, Elujanu and Kolm Nuudlit food trucks, will also be parked near the main stage for festivalgoers to enjoy.

The event is free of charge to all visitors.

7:00 p.m. Karl-Erik Taukar & Liis Lemsalu at the Swan Pond

8:00 p.m. Mari Jürjens at the Flower Garden

9:00 p.m. Smilers acoustic concert at the Concert Square

10:15 p.m. Fireworks at Pillapalu Square

Editor: Editor: Aili Vahtla



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