Long-time lead singer Jon Anderson will not be joining the band in Tallinn as he left the group in 2008 and is currently touring as a solo artist around the world.

Yes performed in Tallinn for the first time in 2001, bringing together nearly 7,000 fans at the Saku Arena. This time their setlist will include songs new and old, including hits like "Owner of a Lonely Heart" and "I've Seen All Good People."

Formed in London in 1968, Yes has sold around 30 million albums worldwide. Despite the occasional break, the band has been on the music scene for 43 years. 

Yes plans to release a new album this year called "Fly from Here," the band's second CD after a 10-year pause.