Cake Concert

6.09 | at 17:00| Tornimäe Culture House

On Sunday, you can enjoy the unusual  “Koogikontserti” (Cake concert).  After concert please do not hurry up to home as you can enjoy of smacking cakes made by local women and can chat with musicians.

Tornimäe Culture House – this unique and colossal house was completed in 1987. The construction cost 10 million rubles, which was a very large amount at that time. For the next 33 years, it has been cultural activity and so it is the right time to start the Cake Concert of the Saaremaa Food Festival in the house.

Anyone who comes to the concert can bring their own cake.



Kalle Sepp will sing at the concert and Indrek Vijard will be on the piano.

The choice of the concert venue is not accidental, the roots of the singer Kalle Sepa are also related to this region. Kalle is singer, actress and evening host. Everything he does is done with great passion and he is always motivated by the desire to get better.

The concert will feature well-known songs from Georg Ots’ repertoire as well as Raimond Valgre’s pen, but also works by Rein Rannap and Olav Ehala.

This year, will celebrated 100 years from the famous Estonian singer, Georg Ots, birth. He was the man who made this small island, Saaremaa, famous in Finland thanks to the song “Saaremaa Valss”, which is still known today. The famous song is a song by Raimond Valgre, the lyrics of which come from the poem Debora Vaarandi “Talgud Lööne soos” by Saaremaa.




TICKET:  12 €/ adult,  6 €/ pensioner and child until 15 years

Ticket sales HERE
You can have also before the concert on the spot

Location:  Tornimäe, Saaremaa

Events will be photographed and partially filmed, and the recordings are made public on the Saaremaa Food Festival’s FacebookInstagram and website. When you take a picture, we ask you to use the #saaremaatoidufestival in your Instagram posts. For Facebook posts, please if you making your own FB posts mark @saarematoidufestival. With your consent, we will also share the best pictures on our social media