Treski barn opens its summer with a pleasantly humming and exceptionally good-humoured party, where one can dance to good music, sing by the bonfire, enjoy the local cuisine, and draw inspiration from being in the countryside.
The Concert of the Beginning of Mosquito-Whine is travelling from farmyard to farmyard for the fourth year already.
"Resort Fashion", the joint exhibition by Pärnu Museum and Jurmala City Museum introduces the prevalent fashion of casual clothing and accessories in the Estonian and Latvian resorts from the end of the 19th century to the 1990s.
Kihelkonna small borough
Instead of buying a flowerpot from a store, take a friend and come enjoy the beauty of flowers on the meadows of Saaremaa!
Tallinn Bicycle Week introduces, explores and develops the bicycle culture in Tallinn and other Estonian towns.
The 16th annual Estonian Artists’ Association exhibition will open at the Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn Art Hall Gallery and Tallinn City Gallery on Friday, May 13th at 6 p.m.
The city of Tallinn will organise the International Flower Festival in the Towers Square Park, from 20 May to 26 August 2016.
The course of Estonian railway stations has taken many sharp turns in the last nearly 150 years.
EMT and Viru Folk present: beautiful concerts in Käsmu 2016! The concert series of Käsmu, taking place for the eighth time and bringing more than 10 000 music lovers together annually, offers six treats to the audience this year.
The festival programme includes performances in the city space, open air concerts on the stairs known as Sillamäe’s symbol, evening concerts in Sillamäe Cultural Centre, workshops and closing jam of the festival.
Viljandi Hanseatic Days will be opened on Viljandi fairgrounds in the evening of June 3, 2016.
In 2016, Pärnu Opera Days will take place for the 12th time.
The Leelo Day is the traditional Seto song festival taking place in Värska once in every three years, uniting Seto singers and Setos of different ages and origins.
"There is a Person behind the Handicap" is a festival, which brings together musicians, artists, athletes and actors, who have earned recognition for their work and creation in Estonia and abroad – despite the fact that many of them have a handicap.
The Kilometre of Sculpture (kmS) is an international open air art exhibition, which takes modern art out of the museum into the city’s open space.
Only few times a year it is possible to catch the magnificent setting of full Moon behind the old city of Tallinn and its towers and churches.
On the 12th of June 2016 almost 5000 women and men get together in Jõgeva town stadium. Their aim is to tell a story of a man through women’s world and do it by dancing. You can see passion and love, but also hate and disgust in the dance performance.
In the shortest night of the year, bonfires are lit in gorgeous places and their light is gleaming all over the land.
The fifth conference "Estonian Language and Culture in the World" will take place in Tartu, June 28-30, 2016.
The Kihnu Sea Festival was named after a song made famous by the local folk singer Järsumäe Virve. The festival stems from the good old Fishermen Day tradition but involves every aspect of life in Kihnu.