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PROGRAMME

Dear visitor!

  • Only up to 5,000 people are allowed in the event area.

  • Those who have had COVID-19 in the past 14 days or who have been in contact with a COVID-19 positive patient or who have symptoms of a respiratory infectious disease are not allowed to attend.

  • People with symptoms of respiratory infectious disease may be sent home.

  • More information

 
 

FRIDAY, 16th JULY

IN THE CRUISE AREA OF THE OLD CITY HARBOUR

WITHIN THE AREA

13:00-21:00 Shopping street.

13:00-22:00 Food court.

13:00-21:00 VIDRIK’S CHILDREN’S AREA: crafting with Tallinn City Museum, trampoline world, Skyjump. Children are greeted by Vidrik the mascot.

13:00-22:00 DESIGN STREET will bring designers together after a long period of time away so that they can introduce the best of Estonian fashion, accessories, products, and interior design. A full year of silence has inspired them to create, so we are expecting the launches of several new collections and plenty of new discoveries. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, Design Street will also provide a good opportunity to get to know the people and stories behind those products, and to purchase the best design items at very good prices. The Design Street event - which is already being held for its ninth time - promises to be full of surprises.

ON THE SEA 

13:00-19:00 Visiting ships are open to the public so that a really close look around is possible.

13:00-21:00 Kayaking, SUP board rental, safety services by the Rescue Board, etc.

13:00-22:00 The Nautilus Sailing School is inviting everyone to take to the sea. Anyone who does not yet have any sailing experience will now have a unique opportunity to pilot a sailing boat and haul in the lines (ropes) for the first time. The aim is to introduce sailing as an active pastime, as well as to provide opportunities to learn to sail. The participation fee is 10 euros per person (not recommended for children under twelve years of age). 

Advance booking: https://www.nautilus.ee/sailtallinn

13:00-22:00 Maritime taxi between the cruise area and the Seaplane Harbour. Tickets: € 5 for adults, € 3 for children up to one metre tall.

 

ON THE ADMIRALS STAGE

13:15-14:00 Kompass

14:15-15:15 Taisi Laululapsed children’s music group 

16:00-16:45 Ewert and the Two Dragons

17:00-18:00 Viimsi ViVa Festival presents: a gala concert with artists from Viimsi: Gerli Padar and Kelli Uustani, Inger, Laura, Stig Rästa, Carlos and Raul Ukareda, and Aarne Saluveer’s children’s group 

19:00-19:30 Ceremonial opening of Sail Tallinn 

19:30-21:00 Tribute to Queen: Break Free (IT)

 

ON THE LAEVA STAGE

15:00-16:00 The Boondocks

18:00-19:00 Miljardid 

21:00-22:00 DJ set

 

AT THE SEAPLANE HARBOUR

WITHIN THE AREA

10:00-19:00 Access to the Seaplane Harbour museum

13:00-22:00 Shopping area

13:00-22:00 Children’s area 

13:00-16:00 Saja Raja Retkend: pre-booked children’s hikes: https://bit.ly/3iCx1SY. Starting point and destination: Vesilennuki 1. Participation fee: € 15 

16:30-19:30 Saja Raja Retkend: pre-booked children’s hikes: https://bit.ly/3iCx1SY. Starting point and destination: Vesilennuki 1. Participation fee: € 15

10.00-19.00 A helicopter flight with Robinson R44. Lasts about 5 minutes at the height of 300 metres. A ticket (max three persons) costs 135 Euros and be available at the spot. More information www.opensky.ee

PIPPI’S CHILDREN’S AREA

14:00 Pippi’s games and competitions:

a sponge battle, a whistle-sweet-blowing competition, a treasure chest game, and a paper plane-flying competition.

15:00 A character named Keskkonnake will be taking about how to keep nature clean and beautiful, how to sort packaging materials, and the importance of clean air and water. The significant role of friendship and family in one’s life will also be discussed.

16:00 Pippi’s games and competitions: solving a puzzle and throwing dice.    

17:30 Children’s disco

 

ON THE SEA 

13:00-22:00 Kayaking, SUP board rental

13:00-19:00 Visiting ships are open to the public so that a really close look around is possible

15:00-18:00 The Tallinn Race regatta for classes RS Feva, 29er, and 49er

13:00-22:00 Boat trips, approximately one hour tickets: €10 for adults, €5 for children up to one metre tall

13:00-22:00 Maritime taxi between the Seaplane Harbour and the cruise area. Tickets: €5 for adults, €3 for children up to one metre tall

 

ON THE STAGE 

13:00-13:30 The grand opening of the Tallinn Race regatta 

14:30-16:00 CHILDREN’S activities with DJ Jaanus Sepp

16:00-17:00 Koit Toome and the band

17:00-18:00 Children’s activities with DJ Jaanus Sepp 

18:00-19:30 Liis Lemsalu’s band

20:00-21:30 Traffic 
 

NOBLESSNER

WITHIN THE AREA

13:00-22:00 Access to the catering areas in the Noblessner port quarter, where the focus is on street food and the selection is wide enough to please anyone. A rich selection of drinks will be available: from natural non-alcoholic cocktails to high-quality coffee and wines. 

The cafés and restaurants in the Noblessner area are also open.

11:00-20:00 PROTO Invention Factory

17:00-23.00 Barrel sauna, sauna rituals, and the refreshing feel of the sea in the Igloo Park (tickets: € 10), with good music and cafés.

 

ON THE SEA  

13:00-19:00 Access to visiting vessels, including the STS Kapitan Borchardt, the BRABANDER, the Shtandart frigate, and many others

15:00-18:00 The Tallinn Race regatta for classes Optimist and F18

From 15:00 onwards, the ‘Mojito’ motor vessel on the hour, every hour. The trip lasts for forty minutes. Tickets: €10 for adults, €5 for children up to one metre tall. There is a buffet on board.

From 15:30 onwards, the ‘Runbjarn’ at every thirty minutes past the hour. The trip lasts for fifty minutes. Tickets: €10 for adults, €5 for children up to one metre tall. Once on board, passengers will get to hear about the shipbuilding and maritime culture. There is also a buffet on board. For anyone who is especially interested there is also a quick introduction to maritime knots.

 

ON THE STAGE 

17:00-18:00 Ziggy Wild

18:00-18:30 Three Piglets Science Theatre and an exciting and educational science show which includes smoke and fire

19:00-20:00 Dramamama

20:00-22:00 Kosmikud

 

ENNU RATAS @ THE PARATEI MEREHOOV

WITHIN THE AREA

13:00-03:00 Check out the wonderful and sunny MereHoov Lounge in Patarei Sea Fortress, where visitors can chill on deck chairs and enjoy the best street food in town. There are food vehicles with outdoor terraces in the courtyard which will be serving fries, BBQ food, and Cuban sandwiches, and even oysters. Pop-up bars ensure a refreshing selection of drinks as well.

 

ON THE STAGE

15:00-16:30 Reigo Ahven: drum performance and workshops

17:00-18:00 DJ Emil Gens

18:00-19:30 Reigo Ahven: drum performance and workshops

20:00-03:00 Official Sail Tallinn x Ennu Ratas after-party. Tickets: € 15

            20:00 DJs and actors, Rait Õunapuu and Karl Robert Saaremäe

            21:30 DJ Vaiko Eplik

            23:30 Fire show

            00:00 Tõnu Kõrvits, Rhythm Doctor,

            Kristo Rajasaare, Kalev K, Ivar-Martin, and Raul Raju 

SATURDAY, 17th JULY

IN THE CRUISE AREA OF THE OLD CITY HARBOUR

WITHIN THE AREA

12:00-22:00 Shopping street

12:00-21:00 Food court

12:00-21:00 VIDRIK’S CHILDREN’S AREA: crafting with Tallinn City Museum, trampoline world, and Skyjump. Children are greeted by Vidrik the mascot.

12:00-22:00 DESIGN STREET will bring designers together after a long period of time away so that they can introduce the best of Estonian fashion, accessories, products, and interior design. A full year of silence has inspired them to create, so we are expecting the launches of several new collections and plenty of new discoveries. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, Design Street will also provide a good opportunity to get to know the people and stories behind those products, and to purchase the best design items at very good prices. The Design Street event - which is already being held for its ninth time - promises to be full of surprises.

12:00-21:00 The Fisheries Information Centre presents: the well-known fish chefs, Vladislav and Kaarel Koržets, plus Hanno Kask, who will be cooking up various fish dishes in front of the audience. Recipes, advice, and tips are provided for cooking truly delicious dishes. Everything they prepare can also be tasted.

 

ON THE SEA 

12:00-19:00 Visiting ships are open to the public so that a really close look around is possible.

12:00-22:00 Wakesurfing, SUP boards, the Women’s Voluntary Defence Organisation’s tent (Home Daughters and Young Eagles), and taking precautions with the Rescue Board.

12:00-22:00 The Nautilus Sailing School is inviting everyone to take to the sea. Anyone who does not yet have any sailing experience will now have a unique opportunity to pilot a sailing boat and haul in the lines (ropes) for the first time. The aim is to introduce sailing as an active pastime, as well as to provide opportunities to learn to sail. The participation fee is 10 euros per person (not recommended for children under twelve years of age). Advance booking: https://www.nautilus.ee/sailtallinn

12:00-22:00 Maritime taxi between the cruise area and the Seaplane Harbour. Tickets: €5 for adults, €3 for children up to one metre tall.

 

ON THE ADMIRALS STAGE

14:00-15:30 Apelsin

16:30-18:00 Regatt

19:00-20:00 Centre El Muusa

 

ON THE LAEVA STAGE

15:30-16:30 JJ-Street

18:00-19:30 JJ-Street 

20:30-22:00 Youth Vibe: Pluuto, Killing, Villemdrillem, and Heleza

 

AT THE SEAPLANE HARBOUR

WITHIN THE AREA

10:00-19:00 Access to the Seaplane Harbour museum

12:00-22:00 Shopping and food court

12:00-22:00 Children’s area

13:00-16:00 Saja Raja Retkend: pre-booked children’s hikes: https://bit.ly/3iCx1SY. Starting point and destination: Vesilennuki 1. Participation fee: € 15 

16:30-19:30 Saja Raja Retkend: pre-booked children’s hikes: https://bit.ly/3iCx1SY. Starting point and destination: Vesilennuki 1. Participation fee: € 15

PIPPI’S CHILDREN’S AREA

14:00 Pippi’s games and competitions:

a sponge battle, a whistle-sweet-blowing competition, a treasure chest game, and a paper plane-flying competition

15:15 ‘SALASOOV’ performance by the Miku-Manni Children’s Theatre

16:00 Performance by the ‘Koit’ dance school  

16:30 Performance by the ‘Avant’ dance school

17:30 Children’s disco


ON THE SEA

11:00-17:00 The Tallinn Race regatta for classes RS Feva, 29er, and 49er.

16:00-19:00 Come and enjoy the waves of Tallinn Bay. Special sailors are welcome and please do not let any disabilities stop you. The coach, Iakovos Kikianis from Greece, will be teaching anyone who wants to take part onto sailing boats which have been designed for people with disabilities. 

Please make a booking here: https://bit.ly/3jHn5FP

12:00-19:00 Visiting ships are open to the public so that a really close look around is possible.

12:00-22:00 Boat trips, approximately one hour Tickets: €10 for adults, €5 for children up to one metre tall.

12:00-22:00 Maritime taxi between the Seaplane Harbour and the cruise area Tickets: € 5 for adults, € 3 for children up to one metre tall.

 

ON THE STAGE

14:30-15:30 CHILDREN’S activities with DJ Jaanus Sepp 

16:00-17:00 Smilers 

17:00-18:00 CHILDREN’S activities with DJ Jaanus Sepp 

18:00-19:00 Marju Länik and the band

19:30-20:30 The Millennials 

 

 

NOBLESSNER

WITHIN THE AREA

04:30-08:00 Igloo Part dawn sauna (advance booking required) (noblessneri@iglupark.com). Tickets: € 10

12:00-21:00 Shopping and food court

11:00-20:00 PROTO Invention Factory

12:00-23.00 Barrel sauna, sauna rituals, and the refreshing sea in the Igloo Park (tickets: € 10), plus good music and cafés

12:00-21:00 The little inventors’ area at the PROTO Invention Factory where children can learn the art of inventing. Practice, fail, try again! Even the world’s greatest inventors have failed a thousand times, tried again, and perhaps have only succeeded once, but that one success has been enough to change the world. By inventing, we can indeed change the world!

• We will be building a prototype of a watercraft in the workshop area and will test the craft in the water. 

• We will be testing whether vessels which have been made using different materials sink or swim, and how this all works. 

• We will be taking a close look at the most bizarre inventions which have been designed for safe swimming or floating on the water. 

If you get tired of inventing, go and discover the Noblessner port quarter with your entire family or play the adventurous ‘Battleship Game’. Use a compass and learn to see the urban space from a completely different perspective! 
There are huge soap bubbles for your enjoyment as well!

 

ON THE SEA 

10:00-16:00 The Tallinn Race regatta for classes Optimist and F18

12:00-19:00 Access to visiting vessels STS Kapitan Borchardt, BRABANDER, the Shtandart frigate, and many others

From 12:00 onwards, catch the ‘Mojito’ motor vessel at every full hour. The trip lasts for forty minutes. Tickets: €10 for adults, €5 for children up to one metre tall. There is a buffet on board.

From 12:30 onwards, catch the ‘Runbjarn’ at thirty minutes past the hour, every hour. The trip lasts for fifty minutes. Tickets: €10 for adults, €5 for children up to one metre tall. Once on board passengers will be able to hear about shipbuilding and maritime culture. There is also a buffet on board. A quick introduction to maritime knots will also be available.

12:00-22:00 Water slalom show and water safety ABC. New kayaks are available for use on the sea as well as for inland water bodies; feel free to test the kayaks, get quick tips from the specialists, or take part in a brief training session.

 

ON THE STAGE 

14:00 Three Piglets Science Theatre and an exciting and educational science show which includes smoke and fire.

15:00 A dance camp which will make both tiny and grown-up visitors alike dance with abandon

16:00 Three Piglets Science Theatre and an exciting and educational science show which includes smoke and fire.

17:00 Jaagup Tuisk

19:00 Vaiko Eplik & Eliit

21:00 Gram of Fun

22:00 Mutant Disco: Rhytm Doctor, Raul Saaremets, and Siim Nestor 


TOM LILIENTHAL & FRIENDS @ THE PATAREI MARITIME COURTYARD

WITHIN THE AREA

13:00-03:00 Check out the wonderful and sunny MereHoov Lounge in Patarei Sea Fortress, where visitors can chill on deck chairs and enjoy the best street food in town. There are food vehicles with outdoor terraces in the courtyard which will be serving fries, BBQ food, and Cuban sandwiches, and even oysters. Pop-up bars ensure a refreshing selection of drinks as well.

 

ON THE STAGE

12:00 Müstika Dance Studio: world dance workshop for children

13:00 Müstika Dance Studio: flow or fire dance for children and adults

14:00 Reigo Ahven: drum performance and workshops

17:30 Reigo Ahven: drum performance and workshops

19:30 Reigo Ahven: drum performance and workshops

20:00-03:00 Official Sail Tallinn after-party x                

              Tom Lilienthal & friends. Tickets: € 10   

              20:00 Trombone music by Sten Valdmaa

               23:30 Fire show 

              00:00 DJ Tom Lilienthal & friends

 

SUNDAY, 18th JULY

IN THE CRUISE AREA OF THE OLD CITY HARBOUR

WITHIN THE AREA

12:00-16:00 Shopping street

12:00-22:00 Food court

12:00-16:00 VIDRIK’S CHILDREN'S AREA: crafting with Tallinn City Museum, trampoline world, Skyjump. Children are greeted by Vidrik the mascot 

12:00-16:00 Design Street will bring designers together after a long period of time away so that they can introduce the best of Estonian fashion, accessories, products, and interior design. A full year of silence has inspired them to create, so we are expecting the launches of several new collections and plenty of new discoveries. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, Design Street will also provide a good opportunity to get to know the people and stories behind those products, and to purchase the best design items at very good prices. The Design Street event - which is already being held for its ninth time - promises to be full of surprises.

 

ON THE ADMIRALS STAGE

12:00-13:00 L’Dorado

14:00-15:00 Marianne Leibur Trio

 

ON THE SEA 

12:00-13:00 ‘Märjad käpad’ Rescue dog show, an NGO from Pärnu County.

11:00-16:00 Water skiing, banana surfing, and SUP boards

13:00-16:00 The Nautilus Sailing School is inviting everyone to take to the sea. Anyone who does not yet have any sailing experience will now have a unique opportunity to pilot a sailing boat and haul in the lines (ropes) for the first time. The aim is to introduce sailing as an active pastime, as well as to provide opportunities to learn to sail. The participation fee is 10 euros per person (not recommended for children under twelve years of age). 

Advance booking: https://www.nautilus.ee/sailtallinn

12:00-16:00 Maritime taxi between the cruise area and the Seaplane Harbour. Tickets: € 5 for adults, € 3 for children up to one metre tall.

 

AT THE SEAPLANE HARBOUR

WITHIN THE AREA

10:00-19:00 Access to the Seaplane Harbour museum

12:00-18:00 Shopping, food, and a children’s area

 

PIPPI’S CHILDREN’S AREA

14:00 Pippi’s games and competitions:

a sponge battle, a whistle-sweet-blowing competition, a treasure chest game, and a paper plane flying competition

15:15 ‘NARR LUGU’ theatre performance

16:00 A performance by the ‘Koit’ dance school  

 

ON THE STAGE

12:30-13:30 Activities for children, with DJ Jaanus Sepp

14:00-15:00 Swingers

15:30-16:30 Frankie Animal

17:30-18:00 Award ceremony for the Tallinn Race sailing regatta 

 

ON THE SEA

11:00-17:00 The Tallinn Race regatta for classes RS Feva, 29er, and 49er

12:00-13:00 Visiting ships are open to the public so that a really close look around is possible

12:00-18:00 Kayaking, and SUP board rental

12:00-18:00 Boat trips (lasting approximately an hour). Tickets: €10 for adults, €5 for children up to one metre tall

12:00-18:00 Maritime taxi between the Seaplane Harbour and the cruise area Tickets: €5 for adults, €3 for children up to one metre tall

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NOBLESSNER

WITHIN THE AREA

04:30-08:00 Igloo Part dawn sauna (advance booking required) (noblessneri@iglupark.com). Tickets: € 10

12:00-16:00 Shopping and food court

11:00-18:00 PROTO Invention Factory

12:00-16.00 Barrel sauna, sauna rituals, and the refreshing sea in the Igloo Park (tickets: € 10), with good music and cafés

12:00-16:00 The little inventors’ area of the PROTO Invention Factory in which children can learn the art of inventing. Practice, fail, try again! Even the world’s greatest inventors have failed a thousand times before trying again, and may only have succeeded once, but that one success has been enough to change the world. By inventing, we can indeed change the world!

• We will be building a prototype of a water-borne craft in the workshop area and will test the craft in the water. 

• We will be testing whether vessels which have been made using different materials manage to sink or swim, and how this may happen. 

• We will be getting to know the most bizarre inventions to have been designed for safe swimming or floating on the water. 

If you get tired of inventing, go and discover the Noblessner port quarter with your entire family or play the adventurous ‘Battleship Game’. Use a compass and learn to see the urban space from a completely different perspective! 
There are huge soap bubbles for your enjoyment as well!

 

ON THE STAGE

12:00-12:45 The Orchestra of the Estonian Defence Forces, with soloists Grete Paia and Uku Suviste

13:00-13:30 Three Piglets Science Theatre and an exciting and educational science show which includes smoke and fire

14:00-16:00 DJ Bert Järvet (R2)

 

ON THE SEA

11:00-16:00 The Tallinn Race regatta for classes Optimist and F18

From 12:00 onwards, the ‘Mojito’ motor vessel, every hour, on the hour. The trip lasts for forty minutes. Tickets: €10 for adults, €5 for children up to one metre tall. There is a buffet on board.

From 12:30 onwards, the ‘Runbjarn’ every hour at thirty minutes past the hour. The trip lasts for fifty minutes. Tickets: €10 for adults, €5 for children up to one metre tall. On board, the passengers will get to hear about the shipbuilding and maritime culture. There is also a buffet on board, and anyone with an interest will be able to enjoy a quick introduction to maritime knots.

12:00-16:00 Water slalom show and water safety ABC. New kayaks are available for use on the sea as well as on inland water bodies; feel free to test the kayaks, get quick tips from the specialists, or take part in a brief training session.