Once the stadium concert has concluded, you can walk to the Viljandi Aircraft Factory where the fourth community party named after the cult novel «Gogoli disko» («Gogol's Disco») by Paavo Matsin will be held, and which will feature the favourite music of creative persons who are connected to Viljandi, live here or just love Viljandi. The performers of Gogol's Disco, which will take place at midnight on Friday in the Aircraft Factory, include Berk Vaher, Aare Pilv and Ivo Reinok.
The highlight of the Hanseatic Days' programme on Saturday, 2 June is the jazz opera «Carmen Loves Jazz», which begins at 21.00 and is a remake of the world-famous opera by Georges Bizet. Performers include Estonian Dream Big Band led by conductor and arranger Siim Aimla, Sofia Rubina-Hunter, René Soom and Kristjan Kasearu in singing roles, and Marita Weinrank, Jevgeni Grib and Anatoli Arhangelski in dancing roles. Both singing and dancing characters are on the stage simultaneously – intertwining hot passion, deep love, zestiness and enjoyment of life. Participation requires a ticket.
Programmes are carried out at the Hanseatic stage in Köler park and at the Plump Pig stage at J. Laidoner square on both days. The programme of the Hanseatic stage will end at midnight on Friday and at 20.00 on Saturday. The Plump Pig stage will feature performers until 23.00 on Friday and until 19.00 on Saturday.
In regard to the sports programme, the twin town football tournament «Hansa Cup», which will take place from Friday to Sunday, and the XXIV run on the Trepimägi hill on Sunday, 3 June at 13.00 are certainly worth highlighting.
In addition to the aforementioned, the programme of the Hanseatic Days will also feature plays at Teatrihoov, children's area on the second Kirsimägi hill, the Viking village on the first Kirsimägi hill, youth area in the garden of Inkeri house, Kunsttükkide Tänav (the Street of Works of Art) in the old town and the Mulgi fair.
Read the entire programme from the website of Hanseatic Days at hansa.viljandi.ee.