Tallinn Music Week 2024 line-up revealed with 165 artists from 165 countries

The international new music festival Tallinn Music Week (TMW) is ready for the 16th edition, which takes place in the capital of Estonia on the 3rd – 7th of April. The line-up showcases 165 artists from 35 countries from all over Europe, North and South America, East Asia, Africa, Australia and Oceania.

Notable international names include an indie-soul artist Beharie, dubbed as the "Frank Ocean of Norway"; an award-winning artist and activist Madame Gandhi who has been listed as BBC 100 Women, Dutch post-punk sensation Tramhaus and many others. Among the 70 Estonian artists are local favourites like Mari Kalkun, Duo Ruut, and Bedless Bones, all making waves also internationally, as well as new names poised to make an impact soon, such as alt-R&B artist maria kallastum punk renovator Kalli Talonpoika and contemporary classical ensemble Ludens..

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Prices go up on the 1st of February!


Festival Pass €65 → €75 (end price €85)

PRO Pass €175 → €200 (end price €225)

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About TMW


TMW is the leading new music and city culture festival and key networking event for music and creative industry professionals in the Nordic and Baltic regions. TMW consists of three main programme elements: music showcase festival, conference and city festival.


The music festival takes place in various venues across Tallinn from the 4th to the 6th of April, showcasing the unique new and cult talent from all over Europe and beyond across multiple venues of North Tallinn. The multi-genre line-up spans from experimental electronica to chart pop, from hip-hop to metal, and from folk to jazz and contemporary classical.


The conference takes place on 5th and 6th April in the Nordic Hotel Forum. Attended by over 1000 music industry professionals, the event offers inspirational panels and keynotes, practical workshops and networking opportunities.

The city festival introduces diverse neighbourhoods across Tallinn via city stage gigs in unexpected locations, art exhibitions, public talks, and various urban space activities. 


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