The fourth annual festival Station Narva, held from 5-7 August, will fill the small town with music from near and far and offer experiences for those who appreciate good food and those with a taste for art. Moreover, the festival gives a new perspective on urban space and invites you to take part in discussions on local life as well as new emerging business models.
This year, the heart of the festival's music programme will be located at Narva Museum and its historic Herman Castle. Four stages will be set up on the museum territory: the main stage in the Northern Yard – home to the best view in town of the eastern border of the European Union – and three indoor stages in the Refectorium, the Reconditorium and the Dormitory halls of the castle, which have been entertaining visitors of Narva since the Livonian Order. The courtyard will become the centre of the festival with a selection of cafés, bars and street-food vendors. In addition to hearing plenty of great music, festival-goers will also be able to get a feel for the night-time atmosphere of the museum. Some concerts will be held at legendary riverside art club Ro-Ro.
Look back at last year's festival in the video: