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The 50th Scand-LAS Symposium will be held at the Tallinn song festival site (Tallinna Lauluväljak; Address: Narva mnt 95, Tallinn 10127, Estonia).

Completed in 1960, Tallinn's Song Festival Grounds were the first modern post-war construction to be built in the city. Unique in Europe, they were designed by Alar Kotli, Henno Sepmann and Uno Tölpus. Their design took into account the nature of the land they were to be built on: audiences would be seated on the slope of the hill, so the song arch would need to echo sound to them. A copy of the song stage was later erected in Vilnius.

The Song Festival Grounds are a popular venue for events. It is best known as the place where every 5 years the Song Festival is held, in which nearly 25,000 singers take part, attracting an audience of nearly 100,000.

How to get to the venue

Tallinn Song Festival Ground is situated in Kadriorg. If you need to travel longer distances, we recommend public transportation (trams, trolley-buses and buses), which are clean and reliable. You can find out more about public transportation and schedules here.

Public transportation is free of charge to all participants of Scand-LAS! For a free ride, you need to carry a name badge with you every time you use public transport to ensure your free ride.

The bus stops Oruvärava and Lauluväljak are close to the Venue. You can find the best bus route for you with a map and detailed information on the website -  
Buses 1A, 5, 8, 34A, 38, 114, 260, 288 stop at Lauluväljak on Pirita Str. 
Buses 19, 29, 35, 39, 44, 51, 60, 63, 209, 285 stop at Oru or the stop Lasnamägi on Narva Str. 
 Or use Google Maps to plan you route.  

Taxies: We recommend the electrical taxi company, call +372 588 588 00, or Tulika taxi company: +372 612 0000. The app Taxify is very popular.