The capital of Estonia opens the season of festivals and various cultural events, aimed at enlightening and enriching cultural life of the inhabitants and residents of Estonia in November, reports Tallinn.ee.
The festive season in Tallinn is approaching fast and soon the city’s dark nights will be filled with art, music and film. November nights bring various musical, film and art events. Black Nights Film Festival (15/11-01/12) - weeks full of film, industry panels and awards, this is Estonia’s and also one of Europe’s biggest film festivals held right here in Tallinn.
Christmas Jazz (28/11-15/12) - the Baltic’s biggest jazz festival Jazzkaar are relentless and always up for bringing something new and interesting to the stage year-round.
Titanic - The Artifact Exhibition (15/11-31/03/2014) - bringing the vibes of one the greatest ships ever built, with excursions and gala dinners in this massive display at Tallinn Seaplane Harbor.
Christmas Market at Town Hall Square (22/11-08/01/2014) - an absolute must-see in a wintry Tallinn, where everything from handicrafts to mulled wine is sold. St. Martin’s Day Fair takes place on Nov. 7 – Nov. 10, one of the most extensive handicraft and folk events of the year where Estonia’s top craftsmen will be presenting their work.
Tallinn Light Biennale (24/11-01/12) will exhibit numerous exhibitions and workshops that illuminate the late November atmosphere in Tallinn.