There seems to be a lot of dancing going on this week (might be because the International Dance Day?), luckily there will also be  the coffee festival, that will help you dance some more and later  visit the films and the fantastic HÕFF.
Dance Week
23 Apr – 29 Apr
Viljandi County
Dance Week is a cross-cultural, multi-dimensional and -stylistic propaganda providing everyday activities for art enthusiasts as well as regular citizens, culminating on April 29 with the celebration of international dance day.
Jazzkaar 2017
21 Apr – 30 Apr
All over Estonia
The international festival “Jazzkaar” is the biggest jazz festival in the Baltic countries, which has been taking place since 1990. 28th Jazzkaar’s home will again be Telliskivi Creative City.
Viljandi County Night Dance Festival 2017
29 Apr
Viljandi Song Festival Grounds
This event is meant for folk dance groups and all other dance enthusiasts from Viljandi city and county. What makes this dance festival stand out, however, is the fact that the audience will be dancing as well.
Micro tour and artist talk with Jesse Pasanen
25 Apr
Many Karlova residents have already noticed that Kesk Street has a new wall painting that awakens one from routine thoughts with its vivid colors and abstract nature. The author of the painting is the Finnish street artist Jesse Pasanen who talks about the Kesk Street painting, other art works made in Tartu and his works in general.
Kumu Documentary: “Liberation Day”
26 Apr
Kumu auditorium
The film follows the members of the band Laibach , their entourage, and artist and concert organizer Morten Traavik (also the co-director of this film), from their arrival in North Korea until the concert. The preparations are hampered by a lack of technical facilities, cultural differences and constant interference from the censors.
Simrit LIVE
26 Apr/27 Apr
City Yoga Studio/Kumu auditorium
The Songs of Resilience Global Unity Tour is traveling throughout Europe to celebrate that which we all have in common: the human heart, the human blood, the human voice, and the universal language of music that brings us all together.
Tartu dance club: talharpas
26 Apr
Tiigi Seltsimaja
Folk musicians from all around Estonia who love to make music together and play for dancing on talharpas once again meet in Tartu dance club. The musicians who participate in the activity of the talharpa orchestra and will play for dancing include: Cathy Sommer, Emma Marta Berzin, Johannes Ahun, Helle Suurlaht, Liisa Koemets, Maali Käbin, and Sänni Noormets.
Tallinn Coffee Festival
28 Apr – 29 Apr
Tallinn Creative Hub
Tallinn Coffee Festival (TLNCF) is the first ever event in Estonia to present the many different and unique varieties of coffee, methods of preparing coffee and the equipment you will need. The festival will also offer visitors an exciting music and entertainment programme as well as amazing aromas. In addition to coffee, the festival will showcase other warm beverages such as tea and cocoa, and is generously complemented by streetfood outlets and cafes.
Traditional Dance Festival “Sabatants”
28 Apr – 30 Apr
The Club of Different Rooms
Sabatants is a three-day festival of traditional dance that offers a possibility to learn the traditional dance in depth and to engage in it as well. The Festival appreciates traditions and offers joy through dance.
Haapsalu Horror & Fantasy Film Festival HÕFF
28 Apr – 30 Apr
HÕFF is a three-day horror and fantasy film marathon taking over Estonian mud capital Haapsalu every spring. HÕFF’s programme consists of the best horror and fantasy films from the recent years, forgotten classics, trash, cult, freak, and extreme cinema.
International Dance Day Gala
29 Apr
Estonian National Opera
The traditional International Dance Day Gala presents Filipa de Castro and Carlos Pinillos from the National Ballet of Portugal, the best dancers of the Estonian National Ballet and Vanemuine Theatre. The gala features pearls from classical ballets as well as the freshest pieces in contemporary Estonian dance – the world premiere of the duet “Chase” for Alena Shkatula and Denis Klimuk by Thomas Edur to the music of an Estonian electronic musician Bisweed.