The Tallinn Coffee Festival will take place at the Tallinn Creative Hub on 5-6 September and welcomes coffee professionals and connoisseurs as well as people who simply love coffee. The aim of the Tallinn Coffee Festival is to promote coffee culture and introduce the exciting world of coffee.
The festival will feature various kinds different and special coffee species, preparation methods and equipment, as well as wonderful music and an entertainment programme – you can look forward to thrilling competitions, selection of the audience’s favourite coffee, and much more. The programme includes exciting activities for families with children.
The festival also features a special programme for professional baristas, restauranteurs, café owners and retailers, featuring competitions, talks by professionals in their field and much more.
More than 60 businesses are set to take part in the event, offering coffee as well as tea, chai, cocoa, syrups and other products. The festival will include world-famous brands and local roasters alike. Visitors can treat themselves to hot drinks and unparalleled taste experiences at the numerous pop-up cafés and restaurants.
The venue will transform into a melting pot of professionals and enthusiasts – local roasters, cafés, distributors and coffee lovers.
Traffic management in Tallinn 5th September:
There will be some changes in traffic management in Tallinn on 5th September due to the Ironman sports competition. Kultuurikatel will be accessed by car via Ahtri Street or Mere Puiestee. There will be no direct access by car from North-Tallinn. More info at tallinncoffeefestival.ee web page.
Saturday, 5 September from 11:00-18:00
Sunday, 6 September from 11:00-16:00
Friday, 24 April from 11:00-15:00 – speciality visitors
Friday, 24 April from 15:00-19:00 – open to everyone
Saturday, 25 April from 11:00-18:00 – open to everyone