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Jazzkaar 2024 Concerts

One of The oldest music festivals in Estonia, Jazzkaar celebrates its 35th anniversary

Jazzkaar 2024

The 35th Jazzkaar will bring beloved stars and new favourites to the springtime jazz celebration

Jazzkaar’s home has been Telliskivi Creative City for the past 10 years, where the former Vaba Lava now carries the new name JAIK and the hall of Fotografiska Tallinn has been embraced as one of the coziest concert venues in Tallinn. The Creative City is constantly renewing itself, just like Jazzkaar.

22.04 19.45 Tafenau–Kass–Tammearu

23.04 19.45 Maria Faust & Kresten Osgood

24.04 19.45 NoSax NoClar „No Dåhïss“

24.04 22.30 Tobias Preisig

25.04 23.00 Reti Niimann Band

26.04 20.00 Andreas Schaerer, Kalle Kalima, Björn Meyer „Evolution“

26.04 23.00 Boomcat, Erik Laar „Estonian Beats”

27.04 16.00 M-Group

27.04 20.00 Dora Morelenbaum

27.04 21.30 Bluusiparaad: Kaisa Ling Thing & külalised --> moved to JAIK

27.04 23.00 DJ Bandit & Brodsky / maria kallastu / DJ Heidy Purga & DJ Critikal

28.04 18.00 Project Pennar feat. James Copus

Anne Erm, the artistic director of Jazzkaar, is eagerly awaiting the festival: Jazzkaar is unique, just like every new spring is special. Although the festival celebrates its 35th anniversary, everything in the programme is new and worth discovering.