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Program announced: Tall Ships Races brings over 60 sailing ships and a maritime festival to Tallinn

From July 11 to 14, Tallinn will host the world’s largest sailing training regatta, Tall Ships Races, at Lennusadam, Noblessner Harbour, and the Old City Harbour cruise area. Over the course of four days, the harbors will be filled with a festive atmosphere – visitors can explore sailing ships, enjoy performances by Estonia’s top artists, and participate in activities both on land and at sea.

Tallinn Day culminates on May 18 with the "Diverse City" concert-performance

This year, Tallinn Day celebrates the 776th anniversary of the granting of Lübeck rights. The festivities began on May 15 and will peak on Saturday, May 18, with several major events including the street festival Ghetto Games, the recycling festival UK Fest, the concert-performance "Multifaceted City," and much more. For the first time, Tallinn Night will also be celebrated as part of Tallinn Day.

Tallinn Day festivities begin on May 15

On Wednesday, May 15, and Saturday, May 18, both residents and visitors are invited to participate in the festivities of Tallinn Day, celebrating 776 years since Tallinn was granted city rights under Lübeck Law. The events kick off with a meeting between the Prime Minister and the Mayor at the Short Leg Gate, followed by the Mayor opening the doors of Tallinn Town Hall accompanied by the Tallinn Police Orchestra at 12:00.

Tall Ships Races opens additional round for sail training applications

This summer, for the first time, Tallinn will host the world's largest international sail training regatta, Tall Ships Races 2024, offering young people aged 15–25 the opportunity to participate in a sail training program. Due to high interest and the unique opportunity, organizers have opened a new round for young people to apply to become sail trainees.