Tallinn Colors 2024 - Global Music, Culture & Food Festival

Reede, 12. juuli kell 18:00 - Pühapäev, 14. juuli kell 08:00

Paavli Kultuurivabrik • Paavli 7, 10412 Tallinn, Harju maakond, Eesti


Fostering connections and embracing tradition with a forward-thinking attitude, Tallinn Colors is a vibrant festival designed for curious explorers.

The goal is to unite the diverse communities in Estonia through the simple art of getting together and doing things, captivating musical performances, art, and food. Paavli Kultuurivabrik will be turned into an all-around make-your-own-adventure type experience where no stop is similar to the last one.

To make this a reality we want to collaborate with a diverse array of communities and organizations, all of whom are contributing to this project through knowledge and action.

With 2024 being declared the year of cultural diversity by the Ministry of Culture, we're looking for as much color as possible, so if you as an individual or community want to take part, please get in touch!

Concerts / Food / Drinks / Crafts / Performances / Club Programme / Workshops / Art / Literature / Cinema

First artists announced:

Omar Souleyman (SY)
Sona Jobarteh (GM)
Meisterjaan (EE)
Ashraf Sharif Khan & Viktor Marek (PK/DE)
Afrodelic (LT/ML/FR)
Afro Chill (TZ/NG/EE)
Mabe (VE)
Timuti 8 (EE/VE/CO/IT/MX/PE/GT)
Top Hun (EE/AU)

... and many more to come!

Tallinn Colors is a mix of communities from Africa, South America, Asia, the Middle-East and Estonia that is organized in partnership with Mondo MTÜ, Afro Chill, Latin Fiesta, Meraki and The Secret Mexican Society.

The festival is supported by the City of Tallinn and Cultural Endowment of Estonia.

This is a Liveurope supported concert: the first pan-European initiative supporting concert venues in their efforts to promote emerging European artists.

Liveurope is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.

Paavli Kultuurivabrik • Paavli 7, 10412 Tallinn, Harju maakond, Eesti

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