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Tallin Music Week celebrates its 10th

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February 11, 2018
Tallinn Music Week

More than 250 acts are expected to perform during showcase festival and conference Tallinn Music Week (TMW), set to take place on 2-8 April at venues across the city

Now in its 10th year and organised by telecoms company Telia Estonia, the conference element of the event with cover topics such as the new sources of revenue in the digital age and emerging markets in Asia.

“In 2009, at the first ever festival, we had 67 artistes altogether and so much has changed since then,” says TMW head of music programming Raimond Põldmaa. “Today we have an international programme and will showcase new talent from 30 countries.”

Confirmed acts include Iceland’s Malneirophrenia, The Magnettes from Sweden and the UK’s Suzi Wu.

Live Nation Baltics and Latvia’s Positivus Festival (cap. 20,000) are among the supporters of the event.

Registration for the conference and festival costs €250 ($311).

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