Disco night for the 100th anniversary of Estonia with Dimitri from Paris

Vaba Lava

February 23, 2018

Telliskivi 60a

Tallinn

Disco Tallinn, together with the French Institute of Estonia and its other partners, is organizing a diner-disco-house party with the sensational French DJ Dimitri from Paris! Do not miss it: it will take place on the 23th of February at the Vaba Lava theater, the day before the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia!

Disco Tallinn is back with an amazing program for the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia. Do not miss the diner-disco night on friday the 23th, from 8pm onwards, at the Vaba Lava theater with Dimitri from Paris as the main artist. He is the official house-music DJ of Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Hermès, Yves Saint Laurent and the famous compilations’ author of Playboy Mansion. This event is organized in partnership with the French Institute of Estonia.

For the occasion, the diner, called “Ehe elamus” (in English, “true experience”) and made out of 3 simple and tasty dishes with 100% estonian ingredients, will be prepared by the Chef Peeter Pihel and the pastry Chefs and butchers from Kotzebue Bakery & Charcuterie.

Tõnis Mägi & Estraadiraadio orkester
will play twice: the first time during diner and the second time for the ones that will join the party later (tickets without diner are available to be able to enjoy the concert, from 11pm onwards).

Dimitri from Paris, who is also known for his remix of Madonna, Chic, Michael Jackson and David Bowie, will get on stage at the end of the evening. Disco Tallinn’s DJs Widenski and Tom Lilienthal will play the first sets.

Vaba Lava will open at 8pm for diner-tickets owners and from 11pm onwards for simple tickets owners. Hurry up and buy your tickets in advance! An artiste of Dimitri from Paris’ calibre is quite rare in Estonia!

Buy your tickets on Piletilevi

While waiting for the party, we advise that you listen to Dimitri from Paris’ music and practice your dancing steps!

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