mai 2018
Tartu Running Marathon
Tartu Jooksumaraton is the Baltic largest cross-country running event, which brings more than 4000 runners to South-Estonia every year. There are three main distances, 23, 10 and 5 km, which can be covered either by running or Nordic Walking. The tracks take the participants to the beautiful spring nature of South-Estonia, running between the Estonian Ski Capital Otepää and a small town Elva, situated 25 km from Tartu.

There are also children event and Charity Run included into the program. 

juuni 2018
Retrobest Festival 2018
Retrobest Festival 2018 "Summer Vacation"
If you believe that the grass was greener and the summers were warmer in the old days, travel back in time with us! Retrobest Festival brings excitement and a fun holiday to the shore of Lake Pühajärv in 2018.
Games, competitions, and a cultural programme with the best hits from the 1980s and 1990s. The theme of Retrobest Festival 2018 is "Summer Vacation".
Retrobest is for everyone who loves the music and tone of previous decades. It is a high-quality and family-friendly themed festival in honour of the 1980s and 1990s.
Retrobest Festival is also officially the largest style party in Estonia.

august 2018
kuni 04. august
Leigo Lake Music Festival
The Leigo Lake Music Festival is a perfect example of how to bring together nature and music to create unique and truly memorable experiences. Concerts on a variety of stages showcase music from classical to rock, with the summer's evening culminating in a Leigo-style display of fireworks - both traditional and of the floating tea light variety. The performances and the venue both add to one another to create something very special.

september 2018
21st Tartu Mountain Bike Marathon
Tartu Rattamaraton is the biggest mountain bike marathon in the Baltics and third biggest in the World. The track takes the participants to the original course of the legendary Tartu ski marathon. Riders can choose between 89 km and 40 km distances, where both of the tracks offer the picturesque views and varied landscape. The start is given in the Estonian winter capital Otepää and finish is situated in a small town called Elva (25 km from Tartu). A day before the main distances races for children are held.

Ühtegi sündmust ei ole.
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