Alexander Rybak, the winner of the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest, will be giving a concert next March 8th at the Nokia Concert Hall in Tallinn, the same venue for the Estonian national final to be held four days later. The event is intended to commemorate Women's International Day.
Tickets for the show will be available to book online from next Friday via ticketpro.ee here, as well as at the Eesti Kontsert box offices.
The concert, to take place at the Nokia Concert Hall in Tallinn, will feature the winner of the latest Estonian Idol contest, Ott Lepland, as a warm-up act.
Alexander Rybak won the 2009 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, held in Moscow, by a landslide victory. His song Fairytale became a massive hit right after Alexander's Eurovision win and since then he has starred in tv shows, films and concerts, such as the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize concert, held in Oslo on December 11th.