Tallinn Truck Show’s fifth year’s jubilee event will take place on July 20, 2019 at Tallinn Song Festival Grounds!
It is an entertaining family event that brings together trucking and technology enthusiasts from across Europe.
For the jubilee year, a record number of exhibition trucks have been invited to the Tallinn Truck Show and many surprises await visitors!
In addition to the unique opportunity to see world-class trucks, there are many other exciting things to experience: extreme performances, drift shows, concerts, caterers, and a fantastic area for youngsters and children.
Tallinn Truck Show 2019 also features Estonian Car Club Tuning Show and Sound Pressure Competition.
You can expect to marvel at some of the most beautiful and powerful trucks man has created, decorated by paint jobs created by professional artists.
One special participant will be arriving from Switzerland – a truly beautiful and original work of art called ‘Monichina’, painted by a world-class airbrush painter and dedicated to Albert Einstein.
You can expect to see a number of other world-renowned show trucks that are visiting Estonia for the first time. Most of them have won multiple prestigious trophies.
Main performer is a Finnish power-metal band Stratovarius. They are one of the most famous Finnish bands in the world.
Estonian most loved heavy-metal band Metsatöll will be opening for Stratovarius.
In addition to these giants, one of the most popular Estonian pop-rock band Shanon will be playing.
Estonian pop legend and star Anne Veski will perform.
During the day, a rock-trio from Tallinn called Up the Sky will give a concert.
Truck Racing Show.
Trial Bike & Streetbike Freestyle Show.
Sebastian Westberg’s Freestyle Motocross Show.
Jaan Roose Slackline Demo Show.
Kiiking, parkour and slackline workshops for youngsters.
For the smallest family members, a versatile children’s area.
Heino Seljamaa theater performances for children in Estonian and Russian.
The best food is served by a number of food trucks and caterers.
Estonian Championships in lifting a tree load.
Nomination of truck man and woman of the dreams. Awards for the best heavy-duty vehicle.
|11:00||Estonian Championships in Lifting a Tree Load|
|11:00||Master Actor Heino Seljamaa’s theatrical performance for kids in Russian 45min (truck stage)|
|12:00||Opening Ceremony – Truckers’ Welcome (main stage)
Streetbike Freestyle Show, Part I (adrenaline area)
|12:30||Truck Racing Show (adrenaline area)|
|13:00||Sebastian Westberg’s Freestyle Motocross Show, Part I (adrenaline area)|
|13:30||Up the Sky (main stage)|
|13:30||Master Actor Heino Seljamaa’s theatrical performance for kids in Estonian 45min (truck stage)|
|14:30||Trial Bike, Part I (adrenaline area)|
|15:00||Anne Veski (main stage)|
|16:00||Jaan Roose Slackline Demo Show|
|16:30||Pesur Motorsport#11 Driftshow, Part I (adrenaline area)|
|17:00||Shanon (main stage)|
|18:00||Awards for the Best Heavy-duty Vehicles and for Champions of Tree Load Lifting (truck stage)|
|18:00||Streetbike Freestyle Show, Part II (adrenaline area)
Trial Bike, Part II (adrenaline area)
|18:30||Nomination of Truck Man and Woman of the Dreams (main stage)|
|19:00||Metsatöll (main stage)|
|20:00||Pesur Motorsport#11 Driftshow, Part II (adrenaline area)|
|20:30||Sebastian Westberg’s Freestyle Motocross Show, Part II (adrenaline area)|
|21:00||Stratovarius (main stage)|
Presenter: Margus Kiiver
The organizer reserves the right to make changes in the program.
The entrances and ticket offices are located at Tallinn Song Festival Grounds Mere and Oru gates.
July 20, 2019 starting at 10am and ending at 23pm.
Tickets can be purchased online on the Piletilevi website and on the day of the event at Oru and Mere gates.
Until 31.05.19 (incl.):
01.06.19 until 19.07.19 (incl.):
On the day of the event:
Children up to 12 years old (incl.) can enter for free.
* The family ticket includes two adults with two children under the age of 18.
The bought ticket will be exchanged for a wrist band at the entrance which enables you to easily go in and out of the event area.
Yes, if they do not disturb other visitors, they are welcome.
Yes, it is allowed.
No, you’re not allowed to bring outside food or drinks to the event. On site, there are plenty of caterers and opportunities to acquire both non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages.