Tallinn Day 2022

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Traditionally Tallinn Day is celebrated on 15 May, this year the events will take place throughout the weekend - from 13 to 15 May!

The Tallinn Day tradition was established in 2002 to commemorate the granting of the city charter of Lübeck to Tallinn in 1248, making Tallinn a fully-fledged European city. The aim of Tallinn Day is to celebrate the history of the city and the Tallinn people, as well as to showcase the city's history and present.

Why are we talking about music on this Tallinn Day? It is because in 2021, Tallinn was designated to be one of the cities in the UNESCO Creative Cities network  – Tallinn is an UNESCO City of Music. As a City of Music, our vision is to offer more possibilities to create and enjoy music, to bring music into every day and on every level.

SEE LIVE STREAMS:
13.05 Tallinn Day Dictation
15.05 at 10.00 Ceremonial opening of Lühikese jala Gate
15.05 at 12.00 Tallinn Day opening ceremony with a performance by the Tallinn Police Orchestra and vintage bus parade through the city

Programme 13 May / 14 May / 15 May

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 Programme on 13 May / Day of Music 


NB! The programme is updated regularly and changes may occur. See programme: 13 May / 14 May / 15 May
 Found an error? Contact veeb@tallinnlv.ee 

Programme on 14 May / Day of the Districts


NB! The programme is updated regularly and changes may occur. See programme: 13 May / 14 May / 15 May
 Found an error? Contact veeb@tallinnlv.ee 

Programme on 15 May / Tallinn Day


NB! The programme is updated regularly and changes may occur. See programme: 13 May / 14 May / 15 May
Found an error? Contact veeb@tallinnlv.ee 

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