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Tartu Street Food Festival and TaDaa! Festival again in the 'City of Good Thoughts'

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Tartu, the second largest city in Estonia mostly known as the 'City of Good Thoughts,' comes alive this weekend.

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Tartu Street Food Festival is a major international street food event, which introduces the latest food trends. The festival offers street food from foodtrucks, pop-up street cafes, top restaurants, and alternative chefs.

First ever Tartu Street Food Festival took place in September 2017 and attracted more than 9000 visitors.

In 2018 the festival will be better, bigger and on two days!

As the Republic of Estonia will be celebrating its 100th anniversary, the festival will focus on Estonian street food and its new flavours.

During two days, from June 16 to June 17, you can enjoy performances by street theatres, musicians, circus and fire artists, and other entertainers.

This year also TaDaa! Festival takes place in parallel with the Street Food Festival.

TaDaa! Festival is an international festival of street artists that brings tens of artists to Tartu.

The artists fill the festival grounds with music, dance, circus, theatre, fire shows, acrobatics, and other fascinating forms of entertainment for the whole family.

The Street Food Festival and TaDaa! Festival take place at Tartu Widget Factory and on Kastani Street. Street shows are free to enjoy, tent shows are ticketed (max. 5€ ticket).

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