The festival "The Light is striding along Kadriorg" is coming again

Next week, on September 20th and 21st, a magic veil will get down the Kadriorg Park again: thousands of candles will be lit, the light installations will light up the sky - the festival will be held again. "The Light is striding along the Kadriorg" offers the evening program, which is free for all people, and information about it can be found on the websites of Kadriorg Park and Facebook page.

On the first day of the festival, there will be two concerts at the concert site, and light installations will appear in different parts of the park. Children can play on a sandy area with light spots.

The concert program will begin at 19:00 with the performance of Jaan Seet, at 20:30 Maarja Nuut and Hendrik Kaljuyurw will appear on the stage.

On Thursday, September 21st, more than 8,000 candles and torches will be lit in the evening. The evening program will begin at 18:00 at the Swan Pond by showing the works of fashion designer Marilin Sikkal. At 19:30, Mick Peda and Angelia, who promised to give mystical concert, will appear on the concert platform. At 21:30, fireworks on the Pillapalou site will complete the summer season and begin the 300th anniversary of the Kadriorg Park.

To help visitors, festival maps will be put on the poles, which can also be studied on the Internet, on the site of the park from September 18th. Visitors should take into account that alcohol consumption during the festival is strictly prohibited, and strong drinks brought will be withdrawn by the security service. Only local residents will be allowed to drive on the streets adjacent to the park, visitors are asked to give priority to public transport. You can put the car in the parking lots of Tiigi and Mere near the Song Festival Field. Parking is paid.

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