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Võnge Festival - diverse music experience in the middle of nature

Võnge Festival, traveling to new exciting places around Estonia each year, goes to the picturesque shores of lake Peipus. The fairytale festival land opens up on July 8 and 9 at the Ranna Puhkebaas (Ranna Recreation Centre) in Peipsiääre county. Two long days will be filled with a great variety of musicians from Estonia and around the world.

From the international music scene you will see the famous British electronic music duo HONNE, American R&B and experimental funk duo Lion Babe, South African born and raised Alice Phoebe Lou, the popular French electronic music producer Godford, one of the most exciting and unusual live-bands of the London underground landscape - Famous, the renowned and acknowledged Australian downtempo group Tora, French pop young talent Annael and Swedish indie-pop ensemble Bluephox.

From local Estonian music scene will perform the electronic music kings NOËP and Sander Mölder, etheral pop artist Anna Kaneelina, contemporary soul and jazz artist Anett, Estonian pop star Maian, folk and ethnic music scene singer and multi-instrumentalist Mari Kalkun, soft-voiced alternative pop musician Taavi-Peeter Liiv, violin and vocal duo Leik, guitarist, electronic musician, songwriter Sten-Olle, alternative rock, indie pop and post-punk band Sibyl Vane, hip-hop artist Genka & DEW8, winner of Estonian Idol's sixth season Jüri Pootsman, a hot alternative rock group Miljardid, the ethnic-techno eccentric Meisterjaan, the renowned guitarist and musician Jonas Kaarnamets with his solo project jonas.f.k and the four-girl rock-folk group Fylgja.

For a glimpse of the festival sound listen to the Võnge Festival playlist on Spotify:

Next to music, the festival offers also experiences of different tastes, art and culture, yoga and kids activities. The entrance is free for everybody up to 15 years of age, if accompanied by an adult. 16-17-year-old ticket holders need to be accompanied by an adult. Well behaved dogs and other pets are welcome, too. Parking and tenting on site are free. Tickets here. Follow the latest info on Facebook and Instagram.