May 11, 9 p.m.
In what's billed as a "massive" event, three floors of the Saku Arena will be filled with cutting-edge dance music, accompanied by the latest innovations in sound, light and video. Expect top international DJs and producers to be on hand. Tickets cost 225 - 300 kroons.
More info: www.sakusuurhall.ee
May 8 - 13
Following its hugely successful run throughout 2006, the International Tour of Mamma Mia will come to Riga for a one-week run. Inspired by ABBA's timeless songs, writer Catherine Johnson's sunny, funny tale of family and friendship unfolds on a Greek island paradise. On the eve of her wedding, a daughter's quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother's past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago.
The performance will be held in Arena Riga.
More info: www.ticketservice.lv
AD HOC: INCONVENIENT
Through May 6
Lithuania's first human rights film festival will present 27 real but sometimes unbelievable, sincere and "inconvenient" stories from the different regions of the world. The festival will take audiences to the world's hotspots and discover truths, and learn about situations that deserve international attention.
In Vilnius, the films will be shown in the Coca-Cola Plaza, Skalvija and the Museum of Applied Arts; in Kaunas at the M. Zilinskas' Art Gallery; and in Klaipeda at the LCC buildin.
More info: www.manoteises.lt