Public parties and club events usually start late. Generally, there’s not much point in going to night clubs earlier than 23:00, with a great deal of people arriving around midnight or even later. In bars and pubs, live music events often begin at 20:00.
Parties can last until very late in the evening or more likely early morning. As a rule, night clubs are open until 05:00 or 06:00. Many bars close at 03:00 or 04:00, but there are also places that are open until 06:00.
In Estonia, drinking in public is forbidden, including city streets, parks, public transport and its waiting areas.
Outside of public spaces, quiet hours are in effect from 22:00-06:00, and on nights preceding rest days, from 00:00-07:00. It is forbidden, in public spaces, to make noise or produce light effects that might significantly disturb others. This means that you must refrain from making loud noise when on city streets during night time. Should the noise disturb local residents, they have the right to call the police, who may issue a fine or even make an arrest for disturbing the quiet hours.