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Due to travel restrictions currently in place, previously announced artists Roni Size from England, Mouse on Mars from Germany, and Iceage from Denmark will not be able to perform at Station Narva next week. The new headliners for Station Narva are Tommy Cash and NOËP. 

Since over the past week, the number of new coronavirus infections has increased above the allowed norm in the United Kingdom, Denmark and Germany, musicians from these countries will no longer be able to enter Estonia without the obligation to stay in quarantine. Therefore, previously announced Roni Size from England, Mouse on Mars from Germany and Iceage from Denmark will not be able to perform at Station Narva on Wednesday, 26 August. 

“The festival programme now includes artists from only those European countries, from which it is possible to travel without the obligation to stay in quarantine for two weeks,” says Roman Demchenko, the music programme manager for Station Narva. “Cultural events taking place in the coming week were not afforded the same opportunity to use negative tests as a way to avoid the quarantine requirement that large-scale sports events were given. However, none of the foreign artists has two spare weeks to spend in Estonia.” 

The new headliners at Station Narva festival on 26 August will be the renowned Estonian artists Tommy Cash and NOËP.

The music and city culture festival Station Narva is returning for its third consecutive year to the easternmost Estonian city Narva on 26 and 27 August, with music, business networking, sightseeing and new discoveries across the urban space. 

The festival starts on the morning of August 26 with the Business Day in the creative incubator OBJEKT at Linda 2 centre. In the afternoon, BAZAR discussions will take place on the riverbank, followed by the main music programme. Already familiar from the past festivals are the cosy and bohemian Art Club Ro-Ro and the boathouse in the premises of the historic cotton factory. Guests are also welcome to take fun rides on yachts and small boats to Narva City Port and Port Narva-Jõesuu.

The main stage will also see performances by the Finnish urban and indie scene favourite Jesse Markin, a four-time winner at this year’s Estonian Music Awards Anna Kaneelina, and the Estonian funk squad Lexsoul Dancemachine, fresh off the release of their third full length “Lexplosion II”.

The cosy and bohemian Art Club Ro-Ro will see the Berlin-based Norwegian Bendik Giske, transmuting his clubbing experiences with the breath, steel and muscle, tri-lingual Estonian indie rock collective Levski, and the young pop-rock group Pale Alison, representing the host city Narva, At the dance stage in the former cotton factory’s boathouse, Manna, the new face on Estonian trap and hip-hop scene, will spread her silky lyrics and airy vocals.

Station Narva’s lineup features also Fremen from Poland and Estonian artists Bible Club, Tam i Tut, and the Jaama 6 DJs. More about the festival artists HERE.

On Thursday, 27 August, the festival will also include free concerts and art events around the city, and the same evening a train from the Narva railway station will depart to the Tallinn Music Week festival in the Estonian capital.


Station Narva 2020 festival passes are on sale for 25 euros through Piletilevi, at the web shop and on location.  Station Narva 2020 will be organised in line with the rules in place for public events at the time of the event, to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

In the case of participants joining the festival from abroad, the festival is welcoming only those visitors, who come from EU member states, the Schengen area or the United Kingdom, where the rate of new infections per 100 000 persons over the past 14 days is below 17,6.

For those, who would like to exchange or return previously purchased Station Narva festival pass, the festivals offers following options: 

Exchanges from August 24 to 29 at the Tallinn Music Week info desk on the terrace of Viru Keskus:

– exchange the Station Narva festival pass (25 euros) for a TMW pass (65 euros) or a Station Narva 2021 pass.  

Returns and exchanges after the festivals:

– exchange a Station Narva 2020 festival pass for a Station Narva 2021 pass

For requests concerning returns or exchanges, requests should be sent after TMW and Station Narva festivals, from 1 to 20 September to

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