The next edition of the Station Narva festival to take place on 7 - 10 September 2023

The next music and city festival Station Narva will take place from 7 to 10 in September 2023 in the easternmost Estonian city of Narva.
Super Early Bird Festival Pass is now on sale at the TMW webshop along with the Supporter Pass.

Taking place in the Estonian border town Narva, the festival has featured an international line-up of artists like Echo & the Bunnymen, Tricky, Roni Size, A Guy Called Gerald, Actress and Gazelle Twin from England, Hatari and GusGus from Iceland, Joensuu 1685 and Kimmo Pohjonen from Finland, Onuka from Ukraine and a variety of national and regional names.

In September 2023 the sixth edition of the festival will fill Narva once again with music from near and far as well as public BAZAR discussions, Business Day, art exhibitions, tours, communal gatherings and a traditional Narva-style breakfast.

Station Narva 2023 Super Early-Bird Festival Passes are on sale for 25 euros at TMW webshop until the end of September. From October, the pass will cost 35 euros. The price increases to 45 euros when the music festival line-up is revealed.

Also on sale are Station Narva 2023 Supporter Passes for 100 euros, which, along with the admission to the festival, include meeting with the festival performers, team and supporters. Every Supporter Pass bought will help to organise and develop the festival.

Festival Pass grants admission to the Station Narva music festival on 8 and 9 September 2023. Day tickets will be available at a later date when the line-up is revealed.
A Festival Pass or a Day Ticket must be exchanged for a wristband at the Station Narva info desk. Unless sold out, festival passes and day tickets can also be bought on location.

Station Narva festival is organised by Shiftworks, in cooperation with the Narva team. The partners of the festival are the city of Narva, Ministry of Culture, Integration Foundation, Narva Art Residency (NART), Art Club Ro-Ro, creative incubator OBJEKT, discussion day BAZAR and Narva Museum.