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Franz Ferdinand is the Opening Headliner at Õllesummer Festival

On the 4th of July, the 25th Õllesummer Festival is grandly opened by the world famous indie rock band FRANZ FERDINAND, who were also the first big headliner at the festival ten years ago.

Õllesummer Festival will celebrate its 25th anniversary!

Almost every Estonian artist has performed at Õllesummer Festival during a quarter of a century. Exactly 10 years ago the first big foreign act – Franz Ferdinand – gave a stunning show at the festival. Since then acts like Moby, Pet Shop Boys, the Prodigy, Hurts, Bastille and Calvin Harris among others have headlined the Festival.


In the summer of 2018 Positivus Festival will return for the 12th time on 20, 21, and 22 July, filling the beautiful coastal venue in Salacgriva with more dazzling live shows from well-known and established stars, cutting edge emerging artists, a large number of Baltic acts and other surprises that are not to be missed. The Early Bird tickets will go on sale this Wednesday, October 18, and for a limited three days time will be available for the lowest price.

Jazzkaar brings phenomenal British singer-songwriter Laura Mvula to Estonia for the first time!

The headlining act of Jazzkaar 2018 on 26th of April in Nordea Concert Hall is Laura Mvula. Mvula combines great song writing talent with soft singing voice and lively artistic shine, she has won various awards and has been compared to Amy Winehouse.

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MIKA returns to Riga with a show in May 2016

On 22 May, British singer and songwriter Mika will perform at Arena Riga as part of the promotional tour of his latest album No Place in Heaven. His shows are always saturated with loads of energy and often literally explode in sparkles of positive emotions. The moods of his songs range from careless happiness to sentimental grief, from extravagant kitsch to childish playfulness. 


However, every time you meet Mika and his band one this is guaranteed - you will definitely enjoy a professional and high-class performance. 

Mika, whose real name is Michael Holbrook Penniman, Jr., is a Lebanese-born British singer and songwriter. His music career started in 2007 with the mind-blowing success of his debut single Grace Kelly, which sold more than 3 million copies. For five weeks it was number one in the UK Singles Chart and had similar success in the music charts of 6 other countries. Here in Latvia the situation was slightly different as the single needed to compete with other top hits of the same album, for example songs like Relax (Take It Easy), Lollipop and Big Girl (You Are Beautiful).



MIKA - Talk About You


His debut album Life in Cartoon Motion, which was number 1 in the UK and 11 other countries, sold more than 7 million copies. This is a truly impressive success nowadays, in times of rapid change.   


In 2009 Mika released his second studio album The Boy Who Knew Too Much, which continued on a path of success and was one of the top 10 albums in at least ten countries. The most well-known songs of this album are We Are Golden, Blame It On the Girls and Rain. 

His third studio album The Origin of Love was released in 2012. Although the album was generally recognised, the songs that earned most international acclaim were Celebrate featuring Pharrell Williams and Popular Song featuring Ariana Grande. 


In June 2015 Mika released his fourth studio album No Place in Heaven, from which the most popular song so far is Talk About You.


During his career Mika has sold more than 10 million copies of his albums and has earned Golden or even Platinum status in 32 countries. He has been nominated for and received numerous prestigious awards such as the Brit Awards and MTV Europe.

Sometimes Mika is even compared to artists like legendary Freddie Mercury, extravagant Elton John or American glampop stars Scissor Sisters.


Regardless of whom he might remind you of, Mika makes the audience believe that the world can transform into an amusement park during each show. As he has said in interviews: “It‘s a magical world that you could live in. A parallel universe for people that is illusory and enchanting and amazing.”

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