Coming to Estonia this month Jazzkaar 2013 is one jazz fest fans won’t want to miss. Just in time for Spring being sprung, travelers to Tallinn get a chance to experience the 24th such event taking place in between April 18th and 28th. Venues around the city including the unique Marina Pavilion at the Port of Tallinn grounds, offer the best the Baltics can offer in the genre.
This past weekend the world’s second biggest fishing event took place in Estonia. Lake Viljandi was the scene for this year’s Kuldkala, or Estonian Gold Fish Festival where thousands angle for some of the world’s most valuable fishes. This year’s prize fish was worth a whopping 50,000 euro ($67,000).
The 22nd annual Tallinn tourism fest, TOUREST 2013, opens on Sunday at the Estonian Fairs Center. Scheduled to run from the today thru Sunday, the fair showcases local and regional tourism, as well as new modes of travel.
News from Estonia tells of Hotel Noorus coming there as early as Spring of next year. Estonian engineering and development firm AS Merko Ehitus Eesti, has set the cost of the spa center at Narva-Jõesuu at just shy of €13 million euro.
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.