Tallinn Music Week is offering priority passes for the first time

The ninth edition of the biggest Nordic-Baltic city festival Tallinn Music Week (TMW) will take place in Tallinn, Estonia from 27th March to 2nd April 2017. For the first time TMW will offer exclusive priority passes to guests who wish to attend the event as smoothly and well-informed manner as possible.

For music and culture fans, who value a diverse experience of TMW and wish to contribute to the festival TMW offers a limited number or priority passes. TMW priority pass for €150grants priority access to all the showcase concerts and other events with a dedicated information contact to guide you through the festival and pick out just the right venues and routes for you. You will also be invited to the official Tallinn Music Week opening concert on 30th March at Kultuurikatel. The priority pass provides an exclusive and personalised overview of the various events during the festival and access to the TMW delegates’ networking bars. Priority pass holders will have access to a personal help line (email and phone number) to guide you through the festival with personalised recommendations and assist with bookings for special events.






In addition to the music festival line-up and two-day industry conference, TMW offers a series of free City Stage concerts, a selection of eateries within TMW Tastes; TMW Arts programme, curated by the Estonian Contemporary Arts Development Centre, Design Market showcasing the most exciting Baltic and Scandinavian brands and designers, TMW Talks series with topics from music to science and societal issues, and City Space activities in cooperation with the interior designers of Estonian Academy of Arts.

The multi-genre festival programme of nearly 200 local and international artists will be released on 1st February.

Tallinn Music Week (TMW) is a weeklong celebration of talent, curiosity, creativity, freedom and equality. This year’s edition will focus on sustainable development in all its aspects from environmental sustainability to urban development, from cohesive communities to promotion of equal rights. TMW 2017 is presented by Nordea bank, the partners are Telia and Spotify, Estonian Ministry of Culture, Estonian Enterprise, Eesti Meedia and Nordic Hotel Forum.

A limited number of TMW 2017 priority passes are on sale at TMW web store for 150€


TMW2017 single concert tickets will be on sale from 1st February in Piletilevi.

Special offers available for clients of Nordea and Telia

*Clients of Nordea and Telia can buy up to 2 TMW priority passes and up to 2 TMW festival passes with a special discount code starting from 13th January.

TMW priority passes, festival passes and all bank cards of Nordea offer special discounts from 5 to 15% at TMW Tastes participating restaurants.
Nordea clients have access to the following discounts from the prices of priority pass, festival pass and single tickets:

Nordea debit card: -10%
Nordea Gold credit card: – 20%
Nordea Platinum credit card: -30%

Clients of Telia receive a 20% discount for pre-booked priority pass, festival pass and single ticket.

TMW 2017 dates:
  • 27th March – 2nd April: TMW Tastes, TMW Talks, TMW City Space
  • 28th March – 2nd April: TMW Arts
  • 30th March – 1st April: music festival (the evening showcase programme)
  • 30th March – 1st April: City Stage (the daytime live programme)
  • 31st March – 1st April: TMW conference
  • 1st – 2nd April: Design Market


  1. Estonia celebrated the start of the Presidency of the Council of the European Union with nearly 15,000 people gathering for a concert on Freedom Square

  2. Tallinn Music Week’s Telliskivi Creative City Award winners are Mart Avi, Erki Pärnoja and NOËP

  3. Tallinn Music Week attracted almost 37 000 visitors

  4. John Robb: “In all great art, there are no borders”

  5. Tallinn Music Week with Telia and Spotify announce voting for your favourite artist

  6. Erkki-Sven Tüür presents his new album at Tallinn Music Week

  7. President of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid opened the Tallinn Music Week conference Creative Impact

  8. Artist Marko Mäetamm will open a new solo exhibition during Tallinn Music Week

  9. Tallinn Music Week (TMW) conference Creative Impact full programme now published

  10. The public discussion series TMW Talks encompasses issues from urban development to cosmic beauty

  11. Trad.Attack! and Onuka set to hold a joint concert at Russian Cultural Centre during Tallinn Music Week

  12. Tallinn Music Week will light up new paths in the city and give new lease of life to old garages

  13. Nordea and “Five Stars” present a carefully selected Tallinn Music Week “best of” programme

  14. Tallinn Music Week presents a documentary film programme in Sõprus cinema focusing on music, politics and consequences of consumerism

  15. TMW conference Creative Impact to put spotlight on big European questions and innovation across industries

  16. Tallinn Music Week presents more than 100 free concerts in locations from charity shop to a hotel suite

  17. Top chef Peeter Pihel cooks with “best before” ingredients at Tallinn Music Week

  18. Tallinn Music Week will fill the historic railway station Balti Jaam with sounds of the future

  19. Finnish music company Fullsteam’s 15th birthday party to be celebrated at Tallinn Music Week

  20. Kristjan Järvi presents “Radio Head Rewritten“ at Tallinn Music Week opening concert

  21. Tallinn Music Week announced new conference speakers from the rulers of London nightlife to tech revolutionaries

  22. Tallinn Music Week and the Estonian Contemporary Art Development Center introduce local and international arts and the daily lives of artists

  23. Tallinn Music Week presents authentic small island tastes and the best cuisines in town

  24. Tallinn Music Week released this year’s music programme

  25. President Kersti Kaljulaid to open this year’s Tallinn Music Week conference

  26. Tallinn Music Week launches the new festival season with a new design and website

  27. Tommy Cash and NOËP at Eurosonic this week

  28. Tallinn Music Week is offering priority passes for the first time

  29. Finnish and Estonian music industries join forces to increase the export capabilities in Japan

  30. Tallinn Music Week unveils the first round of conference topics and speakers

  31. Tartu Music Week and sTARTUp Day transform the university town into music and tech festival

  32. Estonia kicked off the international tech conference Slush with Estonian president inviting everyone to become an e-resident

  33. Lithuanian psychedelic rockers Garbanotas Bosistas are the favourite of Tallinn Music Week audience

  34. Tallinn Music Week received an all time record number of artist applications from nearly 60 countries

  35. Chamber Choir Sireen to release a debut album ’Terra Incognita’ with a special performance on 18th September

  36. TMW 2017 artist application round is open, delegates passes on sale at an “early bird” rate

  37. NOЁP to perform at Finnish FLOW Festival this Saturday

  38. President Toomas Hendrik Ilves will hold a record signing session in TMW summer house at Positivus Festival on Sunday 17 July

  39. Maria Faust has been awarded with the prestigious Danish culture prize

  40. TMW 2016 artist prize Telliskivi Creative City Award goes to I Wear* Experiment

  41. President Ilves in the opening address at the TMW conference and CFCForum: terrorism and populism impact on all of us