Baltic Summer Event Guide

  • 2015-05-31


Jun. 06, Tallinn Lauluvaljak: The biggest color festival in the Baltics, Dream Holi Festival, an unforgettable event where participants shower each other and the area with colorful powder to the rhythm of the DJs, creating an indescribable show.

Jun. 11, Noblessner: Taking his musical eclecticism to Tallinn, American musician Ariel Pink, known for his incredibly versatile vocal abilities, will be sure to entertain with his lo-fi style.  

Jul. 11, Prita Monastery: Renowned symphonic Finnish metal band Apocalyptica from Helsinki, Finland will bring their brand of metal to the remains of the Prita Monaster this summer as part of their Shadowmaker tour.

Aug. 06-08, Pärnu Beach: The Weekend Festival Baltic featuring DJs from all over the world, including Hardwell, Brennan Heart, and Chase and Status will bring thousands of Baltic partiers to the beach for a weekend of revelry.


Jun. 05, Loftas: Prominent electronic music DJ Nightmares on Wax comes to Vilnius with his versatile and inventive remixes in what is sure to be a good show.

Jun. 19, Culture Night Festival: Improvisational cellist and singer, Rushad Eggleston, takes the stage with his brand of bluegrass, rock, and Americana.

Jun. 11, Kalnu Parkas: Eccentric Irish singer-songwriter Róisín Murphy brings her new electronic songs to Vilnius as part of her promotion of the new Hairless Toys album.

Jun. 21, Valdovų Rūmai: Cameroonian-born jazz bassist Richard Bona brings his bass and earthy vocals, pumping life into jazz tunes old and new.
Jul. 23, Summer Terrace: Music band Alsarah & Nubatones artfully connects African traditions and modern ideas in their music, creating the unique genre of East African retro-pop music.


Jun. 24-25, Arena Riga: Music from around the globe with the World Jazz Festival, including composer Stanley Clark, Grammy-award winning group “Take 6”, Estonian vocalist Sofia Rubina and many more.

Jul. 02, Rigas Ritmi Festival: As part of the yearly jazz festival, Norwegian jazz musician, pianist, composer and producer Bugge Wesseltoft will be featured on the piano at this lively festival.

Jul. 04, Daugava Concert Hall: French jazz singer based in Brooklyn known for rhythmic songs with roots in jazz and gypsy styles, Cyrille Aimee will be live in Riga to perform her melodies, as well as famous covers.

Jul 17-19, Salacgrīva: The Positivus Festival, the biggest rock music festival in the Baltics, is sure to draw large crowds with this year’s lineup of Kasabian, Placebo, Basement Jaxx, Robert Plant and Tom Odell.

Jul. 22, Mežaparka Grand Stage: Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia and her haunting voice will take over Mežaparks and echo through the open-air pavilion. Enjoy new songs and old tunes from the diva under the open sky as part of the program Live Under the Sky.

Aug. 29, New Hanza City Territorija: The award-winning and long-lived Latvia group Prata Vetra (Brainstorm) will take the stage in a rare concert to promote their new album, as they tour through Latvia.

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