This modern imposing building (2002, architects K. Koov, K. Nõmm, H. Grossscmidth) promotes its own concert season of prestigious visiting artists as well as being home for the Pärnu Music School, Pärnu City Orchestra, Music Shop (Is Music team). In the rooms of the concert hall, the Cafe Cello is opened. Traditionally, the most festive events in Pärnu are held here, including receptions of the Mayor and New Years Eve celebrations. No other hall in Estonia can compete with Pärnu Concert Hall in combining flexibility and beauty with adaptability.
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Re-purchase of tickets due to Covid-restrctions
Eesti Kontsert kindly asks members of the audience who have purchased their tickets before October 25 2021, but now due to new government stated restrictions to public events are not able to attend the concerts, to contact us.
We will give our best to find the best solution for you – whether exchanging your ticket, exchanging it as a gift certificate/ticket or re-purchase your ticket.
Eesti Kontsert is able to re-purchase tickets bought before 25.10.2021 and are valid for concerts up to 31.12.2021.
Ticket you cannot use to aforementioned reason can be re-purchased up to 1 day before the concert date. Please note, we are not able to re-purchase your ticket on the concert day.
In case of re-purchasing a ticket, we need your e-ticket or a photo of a ticket, and the name/surname and the bank account number of the beneficiary sent us by email.
Tickets can also be re-purchased at the box offices of the concert halls.
Eesti Kontsert apologizes for any inconvenience.
Few rules to follow
We wish for you to have a lovely time at our concerts. Therefore, we have written down a few rules that we ask you to follow in our concert halls:
- Latecomers are not allowed in the hall; if possible, they are directed to the balcony
- Please leave your overcoats in the coat check
- Filming and taking photographs are forbidden without prior agreement
- No pets are allowed in the concert hall
- No objects that could endanger yourself and others are allowed in the concert hall
- Our concert hall premises are non-smoking areas
There are 30 parking spaces in front of Pärnu Concert Hall, which are free for audience members during events.
When no events are taking place, parking in the concert hall car park is free for 1 hour with a parking disc.
You can also park in the car parks of the nearby shopping centres and the Pärnu city centre.
In the city centre of Pärnu, parking is free on working days from 6 p.m. and on weekends.
For visitors with special needs
You can access the Pärnu Concert Hall with a wheelchair from the main entrance. Please use the lift left of the coat check (by the stairs) to reach the hall. You can ask a customer service employee for help and information.
Eesti Kontsert delights its audience with great musical experiences making sure the concert visit will be safe for everyone. We follow the instructions of the Government, the instructions of the Ministry of Culture and the recommendations of the Health Board and we kindly ask you to follow the instructions below.
Since 25.10.2021, only a certificate of vaccination or recovery from COVID-19 shall remain valid as a proof of the truthfulness of COVID-19 information for audience members aged 18 and up.
Please enter the premises in time and present an identity document and an aforementioned document.
All 12- to 17-year-olds will be admitted to the concert only with a certificate of a negative test result, recovery from COVID-19 or a vaccination certificate.
Concert guests under the age of 12 are not required to prove infection-free.
We consider both paper and digital evidence.
If a person does not wish to prove their vaccination status, they are not entitled to participate in any concert. In this case, the organiser is not obliged to return ticket fees. Legal basis: subsection 101 (3) of the Law of Obligations Act.
From October 29, it is mandatory to wear a mask at indoors public events.
Each of us can contribute to preventing the virus from spreading. This is how we can keep Estonian cultural life open.