Estonian Music Days

Tallinn / Tartu

Festival pass

The festival pass is on sale at

The festival pass provides entry to every concert that takes place from the 16th to 24th of April 2022 in Tallinn, Laulasmaa, and Tartu, as well as all the online concerts on EMP TV.

Pre-registration at the Fienta ticket system is required to gain entry to each concert. Please insert the festival pass number on the discount field to get your free ticket. Festival pass holders can withdraw a total of 10 tickets through Fienta, one ticket per concert. All concerts can be found here. 

Festival Pass holder’s access to EMP TV
Please do not withdraw a separate ticket from the Fienta system to access the online concerts on EMP TV. To attend online, please enter your individual festival pass number in the EMP TV video window.

NB! Exception. It is not possible to register for two concerts in Fienta:
April 22, 2022 at 19:00 in Estonia Concert Hall – An additional ticket is required which can be taken from the information table 1 hour before the concert. The festival pass is also required.
April 23–26, 2022 Music Theatre piece “etching.ash” – to book your free ticket for the performance, please write to by the latest of April 15.

Unregistered Festival Pass does not guarantee entry!

Festival pass prices:
17.01 – 13.02.2022 50€
14.02 – 31.03.2022 75€
01.04 – 24.04.2022 100€

Ticket information


Festival concert tickets are available on

Ticket sales start 1 hour before the event. Tickets can be bought on location in cash or with a bank card.

Discount is available for students, university students and pensioners with a proof of eligibility for discount (asked on location). Children up to 6 years (including) get free entry. Children without a ticket will not be granted a seat.

Support the festival

How to support us?
You can support us here or by buying the supporter ticket.
Choose the suitable amount or help the Festival even more by becoming a sponsor! “Silver Ear” (15 €) or “Golden Ear” (30 €).
By supporting the festival, you contribute to the consistent preservation of the Estonian Music Days and encourage the continual performance of contemporary music.

Why support us?
Every year, the contemporary music festival Estonian Music Days brings nearly 20 new works of Estonian composers to a wider audience. The festival creatively combines different art forms by including well-known musicians from various genres in the concert program. EMD strikes a balance between domestic and foreign, intimacy and grandeur, and the concert programmes include increasingly more crossovers between genres and styles. As a result, listeners with contrasting taste but sensitive ears and minds can be found in the audience.
The pieces are specially written for notable performances from our leading ensembles and soloists. Composers have often been able to experiment with seemingly strange ideas and dream ensembles which is rarely possible elsewhere. These opportunities have been favoured by the free and playful flight of thought of the festival’s artistic directors Helena Tulve and Timo Steiner. EMD is a platform where the works of young composers are premiered alongside the works of world-renowned Estonian composers. The history of the EMD is also the continuing legacy of Estonian composition.

Safety rules

COVID-19 safety instructions

We follow the instructions of the Government, Ministry of Culture and the recommendations of the Health Board.
Currently it is mandatory to wear a mask at indoors public events. Covid-pass isn’t required.

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Festival is supported by Estonian Ministry of Culture / Cultural Endowment of Estonia / Estonian National Culture Foundation / LHV / Tallinn Culture & Sports Department / City of Tartu

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