EST, Vana-Vigala - Hard Rock Laager
Fan-passes have been sold out, regular festival passes are available for 475 EEK / 31 EUR from:
TALLINN: store "Lasering" (Pärnu mnt. 38), bar "Rockstar's" (Tatari 6)
TARTU: store "Liivamäe muusikariistad" (Munga 11)
PÄRNU: store "Muusik" (Pühavaimu 8)
...plus all Piletilevi presales points and Statoil gas-stations in Estonia.
IMPORTANT NOTE to all Latvian and Finnish fans: the partners of Piletilevi, namely Biletu Servis in Latvia and Tiketti in Finland are selling the festival passes as well, get yours from your nearest point!
This year Hard Rock Laager and Metal Travel Agency provide visitors with comfortable means to reach the festival - festival buses. These will depart from the main towns Tallinn and Tartu and everybody intested can register via this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure you mark down your name, which route you will be using and if you want to go to the festival, come to the festival, or both! Timetable is as follows:
* Friday, 30th of June: at 14:00 Tallinn-Vigala, at 12:00 Tartu-Vigala.
* Saturday, 1st of July: at 10:00 Tallinn-Vigala.
* Sunday, 2nd of July: at 11:00 from the festival to Tallinn and Tartu.
* Tallinn-Vigala one-way 75 eek (5 eur) and - if you came with the bus and have the ticket to show - back 50 eek (3,5 eur).
* Tartu-Vigala one-way 125 eek (8,5 eur) and - if you came with the bus and have the ticket to show - back 100 eek (6,5 eur).
Tickets are sold from the door, one way at the time and as mentioned - you can get back cheaper if you can show the ticket that you came with.
The name Fickel was first mentioned on maps in 1339. The history and present day of Vigala is closely tied with the owners of the local mansion von Uexkylls. The 18th century was of primary importance to the development of the town - that is when the mansion was built. The Vana-Vigala mansion was built by Boris von Uexkyll in 1775. The first attempt in 1772 ended with the building sliding into the local river.
There is a 9 ha beautyful and lush park with a pearlpond behind the mansion building. One side of the park ends with the Wall of Hunger, built in 1867, and in the end of the park is the family cemetary of von Uexkylls. The old cemetary at the river features the town swing and warming-stone. Vana-Vigala also has the deer-park, where the small island in the middle of the pond features millstone tower with 13 millstones.
Basreliefs from Pompeji (oldest art in Estonia)
Old mansion Cemetary
Wall of Hunger
Educational nature paths
Who was there?
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