On August 11-13, 2017 Viru Folk, folk and the world music festival, is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Finland in a gorgeous captain village Käsmu in Lahemaa National Park, Estonia. This time the Nordic music festival will focus on the Finnish music and culture as a large number of well-known Finnish musicians will perform there in addition to Estonian musicians. The film program will present the best of Finnish movies while the little participants of the festival will have an excellent opportunity to meet the Moomies from Naatali Moominworld. The summer idyll of the captain village, relaxing festival atmosphere and good music can be enjoyed at the village streets edged with handicraft and eating places, in the home yards of the local people, at six different stages, at the beach or even when rowing an ancient Viking boat in Käsmu Bay.

Kalle Sepp & Mikk Tammepõld | Krunks More

Indigolapsed | Pekko Käppi & K:H:L:LUntsakad | Wimme & Rinne

Mick Pedaja | Pantokraator | Veronika Portsmuth ja kammernaiskoor Miina

Napsitrallid | Mari Jürjens & Bänd | Henry Laks & Marten Kuningas 

 Kassiahastus | Angus | Jahimehed Antsud; Whale & the Village

 Lauantaitanssi – Jaakko Laitinen & Väärä Raha | Värttinä | Öösorr 

The Notes | Kristjan Üksküla | FinntrollProgress | ROMMAKKO | Tõnu Tepandi 

Beati Mandolini | Villu Talsi & Martin Müller „Sepa Juliusega jahil“

 Reinaru VennadRüüt | Virumaa Noorteorkester

 Mari Kalkun & RunorunTopi Saha | Hermanni Turkki 

Põhja Konn | Kimmo Pohjonen SKIN