Pärnu, the historical seaside city in the South-West of Estonia is the official Summer Capital of Estonia and the host city of the 12th consecutive “DC Kuldrula” festival - one of the first Extreme Sports Festivals in the Baltics. Kuldrula means “The Golden Skateboard” and it was first held in 1980.
First international exhibition on alternative and unconventional extreme sports
EXE 2014 is organised to be a unique event that will give both visitors and exhibitors the opportunity to enjoy alternative, unconventional, extreme sports to its most. Both indoor and outdoor exhibition area will accommodate a variety of facilities and events. More specifically, sports athletes and enthusiasts will have the chance to try out products and equipment in the specially configured area, where they will find: skateboard/roller skates/bmx (half pipe) ramp, kart/motard track, artificial snow ramp, artificial free climbing walls and much more.
Meanwhile three sports villages will be set up outside the exhibition complex, in three different locations and various contests will be held during the event. All sports to be held in the water will take place on the seafront beach opposite the trade fair complex, sports contests on the ground will be held in the square – Piazzale dell’Uccelliera – and the Morlungo quarry and sports competitions in the air at the airfield at Cinquale (Massa). The indoor exhibition will feature a stage to hold dj sets, concerts and the awards ceremonies for the winners of the competitions.