Latvian Aivars Noviks-Grasis will cover the Baltic Way on foot

To commemorate the Baltic Way campaign and celebrate its 25th anniversary, Aivars Noviks-Grasis will walk from Vilnius through Riga to Tallinn along the exact same route as the live chain of people was formed 25 years ago, symbolising the protest of the three countries against the Molotov–Ribentropp pact and their efforts towards freedom.

An open-air concert at Viljandi

On the 23rd of August at 20:00 an open-air concert at the Viljandi Song Festival Grounds will take place. The concert directed by Ain Mäeots, with the musical supervison and arrangengements

Events in Tallinn on the 23rd of August

As part of the 25th anniversary of the Baltic Way a number of events will take place in Tallinn on the 23rd of August. A film about Baltic Way by Toomas

Estonian History Museum´s online exhibition about the Baltic Way

Estonian History Museum has opened an online exhibition about the Baltic Way. More information available here

From August 2011, Baltic Chain Tour marks the anniversary of the Baltic Chain. It is also one of the longest annual cycling tours in the Northern Europe. Baltic Chain Tour