On Saturday, July 7th, visitors to the 6th annual Positivus Festival can enjoy popular and talented musicians of various genres: Abraham’s cafe will share its Hebrew and Arab style folk music; Elephants from Neptune will play catchy blues-rock; Animal drama will perform its well-known brand of light and positive indie pop-rock.
Talbot will rock out with psychedelic music; Tiit Kikas will play its melodically charged electric violin; State of Zoe will mix electronica and acoustic acoustic sounds; Dahling will share lyrical rock music; and Sethh, loving to experiment, will combine their vocals with humor for their performance.
Tallinn Music Week is not only a music industry conference, but one of the biggest indoor music festivals in the Baltics. TMW aims to raise the Estonian music profile internationally. The conference takes place every spring in Tallinn, where noted European performers and critics discuss the music business and general creative industry. This spring, TMW hosted 183 bands from Estonia and Europe, including Instrumenti and other bands from Latvia.
The largest music and art festival in the Baltic states takes place in Salacgriva, Latvia July 20-21. Tickets for the Positivus Festival 2012 are on sale for EUR 47 (a two day ticket without a camping site pass) and EUR 52 (a two day ticket with a camping site pass). Tickets are available online at www.eufest.com, www.ostfest.com, www.seetickets.com and www.positivusfestival.com
Niki and the Dove image: Courtesy the website. Watch the Skyforger video below for a taste of what is coming.