Music Days


Ticket sales

Festival concert tickets are on sale at and and at Piletilevi sales points.

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.

Festival pass

The festival pass is on sale at and and at Piletilevi sales points.

The festival pass includes entry to all concerts that take place from the 27th March to 5th April 2020 in Tallinn and Tartu.

To gain entry to the concerts, a prior registration is required for each concert. The registration is open on Fienta and Piletilevi systems on the basis of festival pass number. Please insert festival pass number on discount field to get free ticket. Festival pass bought from Fienta should register trough Fienta system, festival pass bought from Piletilevi, trough Piletilevi system.

NB! It is not possible to register for two concerts:

April 3, 2020 at 19:00 in Estonia Concert Hall – The closing concert of Estonian Music Days. An additional ticket is required which can be taken from the information stand 1 hour before the start of the performance. The festival pass is also required.

April 5, 2020 at 17:00 St. Paul’s Church, Tartu – Vox Clamantis. The festival pass is required to get in.

An unregistered festival pass does not guarantee entry!

Festival pass price:
17.12.2019–12.01 50€ 
13.01.2020–28.02 75€ 
From 1.03.2020 100€

Ticket information

Festival is supported by Estonian Ministry of Culture / Cultural Endowment of Estonia / Estonian Authors’ Society / Estonian National Culture Foundation / LHV bank / City of Tallinn / City of Tartu

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