Sõltumatu Tantsu Lava and the Estonian Disability Union Association invites you to dance for equal mobility!
On December 28th, for the third time, an entertaining and charitable 12-hour Dance Marathon will take place at Telliskivi Creative City, inviting you to dance for a common good.
The purpose of the dance marathon is to celebrate the culture of movement, while paying attention to those in need and those in a weaker position in society. With this event we want to raise awareness of movement and dance, emphasizing that people of any physical form and preparation are equal and involved on the dance floor.

There are several ways to participate:
participate as a competitor
come to cheer and dance along
support with donation

Register as a participant to take part of or buy your ticket as a spectator:


The 12 hours marathon is divided by different dance styles and tasks, where each hour the participants will have different creative tests on the dance floor and can challenge themselves with different dance styles, forms and movements.

The marathon is directed by choreographer Teet Kask.
The judges are Raho Aadla, theater teacher and choreographer, Dmitri Teras as a dance professional and Janne Kuuskla and Urmas Laigna, folk dance instructors, who evaluate the creativity and diversity of the participants.

Host: Kristel Aaslaid
DJs: Madli Teller, Eiki Nestor, Madis & Siim Nestor, Janek Murd, Kaisa Kattai & Jonas Kaarnamets, Rain Tolk, Jakob Rosin, Annie Rist, Peeter Ehala, Mihel Sirelpuu, Dr. PhilGood

The dance endurance test lasts 12h, from noon to midnight, where every hour the music is played by different DJ and the evening is hosted by presenters, who are also responsible for encouraging the contestants.
The judges will award different prizes throughout the event.
Twelve hours of runners-up will determine the overall winner of the marathon in the last hour, who will receive a cash prize.
You must be at least 14 years old to participate in a dance marathon!

Supported by: Telliskivi Loomelinnak, Eesti Kultuurkapital, Bambona, Valgeallikas, Printwise, Teletorni restoran, Fotografiska, Chocokoo, raamatupood Puänt, Vaba Lava, Froosh, Juhan Kuusi Dokfoto Keskus, Luuv, Eventech, SIIN, Tallinna Lauluväljak and others. 

Marathon partners: Estonian Break Dance Association, Estonian Folk Dance and Folk Music Society.