GROM – Alternative Music and Culture Festival

14.08.2021 — Tallinn, Estonia


All tickets bought for this year are valid for next years’ edition. Ticket holders will be contacted and refunds will be done through Ticketer in the next 14 days.

GROM is postponed until the 9th of July 2022.
It is with a heavy heart that we have to deliver such news. Months of work has seemingly just vanished and accustoming to the new reality hasn’t been easy. Right when it seemed that GROM will finally happen, everything shifted. Nevertheless, we do feel that we owe all you an explanation as to why we decided to postpone our event. Starting from the 9th of August, events are limited to a 100 people with the exclusion of events that ask for COVID certificates. We spent the better part of yesterday trying to find the right answer and truth be told, there is no way to put on GROM as we want it with these restrictions. Our financial risk is many times higher than before, the budget increase is substantial and there simply aren’t enough service providers on the market today to facilitate rapid testing on site. GROM is fresh, powerful, engaging and loud — we won’t have this festival in any other way.

All tickets bought for this year are valid for next years’ edition. Ticket holders will be contacted and refunds will be done through Ticketer in the next 14 days.

Even though the festival is cancelled, our night with Kedr Livanskiy on the 13th of August is still planned. We will see you there. The new line-up and details will be released timely.

«Tallinn will have a new festival in November called GROM MMXX, which has earned its place as one of the most brilliant looking alt-leaning festivals in Europe.»

— Cai Trefor, Under The Radar (UK) 



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Tommy Cash



GROM MMXX is like a bolt from the blue. Focus is on loud, tasteful, noisy, aggressive, sad, heavy and weird. It’s an experience that keeps the music alive within.


GROM MMXX will take place in the Kopli district of Tallinn. The event will be held within the grounds of the magnificent Kopli civic center (Kopli 93). Built in 1936 and with its stunning halls and courtyards this grand building will deliver a magical experience.

With the diverse and innovative music line up that GROM MMXX will present over the course of two days. Art curation will be provided by the creative collective ULM (Uue Loomingu Maja), their artistic vision and power will be a key ingredient to the feel of this unique event.


Festival GROM will take place on Sat, August 14th from 14:00 to 22:00 in Tallinn’s Kivila Sports Park.
Age restrictions 16+. 


The festival takes place in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. Festival venue is located in Kivila Skate Park in a historical neighborhood called Lasnamäe. In addition to the music programme, the festival area in a skate park offers a variety of outdoor activities – skate ramps, basketball field, table games, parkour tourniquets, street art area and a great selection of local Lasnamäe and also world tastes.

Festival venue is easily accessible by:
– Public bus. Bus #60 will take you close to the festival area (stop is called Priisle Kauplus). Also, busses  #68 and #51 don’t stop far away (stop is called K. Kärberi).
– Bicycle. Take a nice 30-40 minute ride by bicycle and get familiar with Lasnamäe. Bicycle parking will be provided by the festival.
– Cabs. Cab ride will take 15 minutes from the city centre. Variety of services offered. Price ca 6-12€.

Please see guidelines on how to get to Tallinn here.

Here’s your gateway to discovering Lasnamäe. We integrated a map onto our website that includes some waypoints, places to eat and drink so your sunny day in Lasnamägi is as good as it gets. By walking to Lasnamäe you can also participate in our photo competition – during your walk, take some pictures, share it as Instagram post with the tag #LasnAlt and @grom.festival. The best works will be printed out to the festival’s photo wall and we’ll also be giving out festival tickets to Top 3 photographers..


GROM 2020 will be organised in line with the rules in place for public events at the time of the event, in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. All events will observe the guidelines to make sure that:
— T
he participating public would be as dispersed as possible;
— The participating public would keep a safe distance;
— Disinfectants would be provided at all venues;
— Masks will be available at information desks and ticket sales locations.


Roman Demtšenko

Head Promoter

Luke & Madleen Teetsov-Faulkner

Programme Curators

Ivo Kiviorg

PR & Communications

Mihhail Makošin

Technical Coordinator

Tanel Kõnd

Technical Coordinator

Laura Liisa Laasberg

Site Manager

Viktoria Martjanova



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