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Station Narva 2024

Station Narva

5 — 8 September 2024


The music and city festival Station Narva returns for its 7th edition to the easternmost Estonian city of Narva on 5 – 8 September 2024. Get ready for music from near and far, sightseeing, art experiments and new discoveries across Narva’s urban space and its outskirts, and a look towards the future of the post-industrial Ida-Viru region.

The main music festival venue will be the Narva Museum in the historic Hermann Castle. The festival offers also free city stage gigs, public debates, Future Day in cooperation with the creative incubator OBJEKT, art exhibitions, tours, communal gatherings and a traditional Narva-style breakfast.

Station Narva 2024 Festival Pass can be purchased via shop.tmw.ee and Piletilevi. The selection of tickets at shop.tmw.ee includes also the Supporter Pass at 100 euros, which in addition to entry to the festival includes meeting the festival’s supporters and team. Buying the Supporter Pass supports the organisation of the festival. With the music programme announcement, day tickets will also come on sale.

Station Narva festival is organised by Muusikanädal NGO and Shiftworks in collaboration with the Narva team. The festival is supported by the City of Narva, the Ministry of Culture, and the Cultural Endowment, collaborators include Narva Museum, Art Club Ro-Ro, creative incubator OBJEKT, discussion day BAZAR, Narva Art Residency (NART), non-formal learning centre VitaTiim. Media partners are Põhjarannik/Severnoje Poberežje and Bobe.me (LV).

Among the notable international acts that have performed at Station Narva throughout the years are Echo and the Bunnymen, Tricky, Actress, Roni Size, A Guy Called Gerald, James Lavelle, Gazelle Twin, ONUKA, Ivan Dorn, GusGus and Hatari as well as many beloved Estonian acts from Tommy Cash to Sven Grünberg.