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Station Narva 2024 announces line-up

The music and city festival Station Narva returns for its 7th edition to the easternmost Estonian city of Narva from the 5th to the 8th of September. The festival has announced the first performers of the 2024 edition. Get your tickets here

This year's line-up features space rock legends Spiritualized and Massive Attack’s founding member Daddy G from England, Ukrainian folktronika sensation Go_A, and local greats like Puuluup and The Ensemble of Estonian Electronic Music Society performing synth pioneer Sven Grünberg’s iconic pieces.

The festival also showcases a cross-generational selection of Estonian artists. The Ensemble of the Estonian Electronic Music Society will perform pieces from Sven Grünberg's landmark albums. At the same time, Puuluup’s talharpa revival, neo-rock veterans Singer Vinger, and 21st-century electropop artists NOËP and maria kallastu will also be featured.

In addition to the main performances, Station Narva will host afterparties and special performances at the riverside hub Art Club Ro-Ro on both nights. The festival will also include free city stage concerts, BAZAR public debates, Future Day at the OBJEKT creative centre, city tours, art exhibitions, and a traditional Narva breakfast.

Station Narva presents music from near and far, invites you to discover the border town's hidden gems and explore the past, present and future of post-industrial Ida-Viru County. The heart of this year’s music festival is the Narva Museum in the historic Hermann Castle, where three stages will be set up on the 6th and 7th of September. The full festival program and additional performers will be announced in July and August.