On August 26-27 in Narva, the third ever Station Narva festival will take place. This year, the festival shares it date with Tallinn Music Week, which was also delayed until the last week of August.
Jevgeni Timoštšuk, head of the festivals Narva team, said: "Station Narva is one of few regional festival, which will discover new locations and formats. I am glad that despite difficult times the festival will take place and both people from the city and our guests can discover Narva from unexpected sides."
Helen Sildna, head of Station Narva and Tallinn Music Week (TMW), said: "This years festival has developed into something different than expected. Because TMW has moved from its initial dates in March to August, it felt like the best course of action was to unify our teams and arrange the festivals on the last week of August."
The festival will begin on August 26 with an networking event for entrepreneurs in the creative incubator OBJEKT. Participation in the event is available both physically and virtually. In the afternoon, the festival moves towards the Port of Narva, where discussions held at BAZAR are held and ship and boat rides are available to guests. Street food, cafes, and children's attractions are also available.
On August 27, there are free concerts and art exhibits all over Narva and in the evening, a special train to TMW will leave Narva.
Concerts at Station Narva will be held on the Narva River promenade, where the main area of the festival is. Stages are also set up in Club Ro-Ro and the historic cotton warehouse. Performers for the festival are gradually confirmed, the organizers said.
Editor: Kristjan Kallaste