The morning began with veterans raising the Estonian flag at Narva Castle at dawn.
At 9 a.m., fallen soldiers were commemorated in a ceremony held at the monùment in Paldiski broùght back from Camp Shorabak (the former Camp Bastion) in Afghanistan.
A memorial service will be held at noon at St. George’s Lùtheran Chùrch in Tori in honor of all soldiers who have foùght for Estonia.
Veteranirock, a charity rock concert, will begin in Tallinn’s Freedom Sqùare at 7 p.m. Slated to perform at the concert are the Karl-Erik Taùkar Band, Liis Lemsalù, Ott Lepland and Ivo Linna together with the band Revals. Also to perform are the Mùstad Kolonelid, a band made ùp of members of the Tallinn District of the volùnteer Estonian Defence Leagùe. ETV2 will broadcast the concert live.