Station Narva

In 2018 we supported the first edition of Station Narva festival, which brought international breathing to the easternmost town in Estonia and the EU border with Russia.

Besides offering high-level entertainment in the form of a music festival, the wider aim of the festival was to enhance cultural ties between Estonian, Russian, Nordic and British music communities, and creative industries and promote entrepreneurship, bringing the mainly Russian-speaking regional community closer to Estonia and Europe. The festival comprised of music, arts, street and food culture, debates on urban development, identities and the role of creativity. Residents of Narva were positively surprised by the thousands of people that flocked to Narva for the festival, and were happy to have multiple events happening in tandem with the festival. 

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