30 May to 1 June from 10–20

Antiques fair

Antiques, vintage goods and other old things are traded on the Towers’ Square.

30 May to 2 June from 10–20

3 June from 10–18.

Craftsmen’s Market

Approximately 130 sellers will offer ceramics, leatherwork, souvenirs, applied art and other items on Niguliste, Harju and Kuninga Streets.

30 May to 2 June from 10–20

3 June from 10–18

National Cultures Market
Visiting traders from Lithuania and Belarus on the Towers’ Square.

1 June to 2 June from 10–20

3 June from 10–18

Farmer’s Market of Estonian Food Regions

The Farmer’s Market features traders with different regional food labels. The traders with the Uma Mekk label of Võru County sell goat cheese, craft beer and cider that has won international awards; the selection also includes hemp and buckwheat products, jams, juices and snacks. If you want, you can buy tomato or aubergine plants, and there will definitely be something fresh available, starting from artichoke and ending with ground elder leaves.

Võrumaa Uma Mekk helps to organise the Farmer’s Market. Food is provided by Hämsa open air tavern.

2 June 12–16  

Fair of student companies

Come and check out the unique ideas and initiatives of our youth. Junior Achievement Eesti SA. Children and youth area Lahela (Toompark)

3 June 12–17

Vinyl Market

In the 1980s to the beginning 1990s, vinyl markets were held in front of the bandstand of Harjumägi on Sundays, where you could buy, exchange and record music from the open wide world. There are approximately 40 vinyl sellers, both from the old Harjumägi Vinyl Market era as well as young music lovers.