Where & How
The Estonian Mining Museum on Google Mapsis
You can reach us from Tallinn with Elron.
And from Tartu as well, you just have to change at Tapa. It’s okay — you get to see Estonia. You get off at Kohtla-Nõmme and the start of the festival is timed with the afternoon train in mind. Gives you time to get settled in and designated driver needed.
And by the way — Elron card owners get festival passes for 20% cheaper. Tip!
Feel a burning desire for the Narva highway? You can drive here as well: just put “Eesti Kaevandusmuuseum” in your GPS and you’ll get here through Kohtla-Järve. It takes around 2 hours. No car? Get one from Easy Car Rent.
Because the party’s lasting longer this time, we have a fully tricked out campground that’s not next to the main stage this year. There’s showers. And security. And a fence. And you can sleep. Buy a pass →
Want to stay at a hotel? We recommend the Wironia in Jõhvi. Want to stay at a hostel? We recommend the Everest in Kiviõli.
When making a booking on their websites type “MÄGEDE HÄÄL” into the box for “Other information” and get -20% off!
Feel like you’re not getting enough Ida-Viru? Don’t stress it, we’ve made things simple and put together a special program of local exotica for you Saturday hangover. Like a Caribbean cruise, but in a bus in Eastern Europe.
Sillamäe — Get the chance to see and touch the former Soviet closed city! Get a picture with Stalin in the Cultural Centre, have a walk along the avenue to the Baltic Sea, grab a bite to eat in a cafe, and check out Jevgeni Zolotko’s exhibition on the abandoned town of Viivikonna at Sillamäe Museum. Register →
Aidu Fjords — The earth seems flat? Being at Aidu is like being on the moon. DJs knock out beats, Purtse beermasters pour you their finest and the waters of this former quarry catch the rays - this is Mägede Hääl’s beach party. And if you feel like it, rent a kayak and get lost. Register →
Food & Drink
Food by Varja Kohvik, Cops & Max, Hungry Karl, Noodle Box, Öku Food Truck, Rotten Kimchi, Elujanu & Lukumades.
Drinks by A. Le Coq, Purtse Pruulikoda, Peenjoogivabrik Nudist, Punch Drinks, Kokomo.
Hungry for music and merch? Biit will host a pop-up record store during the festival.