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Christmas jazz festival Jõulujazz 2020 to offer treats from classical music to flamenco

Taking place from 26 November until 14 December, Jõulujazz festival will celebrate its 25th birthday this year. The 2020 programme includes popular Estonian artists as well as international stars Cyrille Aimée, Dirty Loops, Los Aurora, Daniel Erdmann and Marcin Masecki. The beloved vocal group Estonian Voices will celebrate their tenth anniversary with a concert that also features their musician friends. On 3 & 4 November, tickets to the concerts of the newly announced artists at Jõulujazz are offered at 50 per cent discount.

Concert of Dee Dee Bridgewater & Estonian Dream Big Band to be postponed to spring 2021

Due to the spread of COVID-19 in the world, the concert of Dee Dee Bridgewater (USA) & Estonian Dream Big Band, initially scheduled to take place on 21 April at Jazzkaar 2020 and then postponed to 3 November at Alexela Concert Hall, will be further postponed to take place in spring 2021. The new concert date will be specified as soon as possible.

Piletilevi’s announcement regarding the extension of a state of emergency in the Republic of Estonia

The Government of the Republic extended the length of the emergency situation until the May, 17th. Piletilevi will handle all operations related to the postponed or cancelled events as soon as we have been given the needed information from the promoters. If the event You have purchased a ticket for is postponed or cancelled, we will contact You as soon as possible. We will send an e-mail letter to all the owners of PDF-tickets and add the information to our website, which You can find on your event’s page at www.piletilevi.ee. You don’t need to contact us personally.

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Piletilevi’s announcement regarding the establishment of a state of emergency in the Republic of Estonia

Due to the state of emergency established by the Government of the Republic on 12 March 2020, all public gatherings in the Republic of Estonia are prohibited until 1 May 2020. This means that pursuant to law, no cultural and entertainment events can take place during this period. In this regard, we urge all clients to exercise patience until event organisers have worked out definite postponement or cancellation plans, laid down the terms and conditions for exchanging or refunding purchased tickets, and the necessary resources have been allocated.

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