Jeff Mills presents: Tomorrow Comes the Harvest



Alexela Concert Hall

On 30th November 2024, Detroit’s electronic music pioneer Jeff Mills, French-Guyanese keyboardist Jean-Phi Dary and Indian tabla player Prabhu Edouard present an electronic afro-jazz live project Tomorrow Comes The Harvest at Alexela Concert Hall in Tallinn. Special guests of the night are Maarja Nuut and Nicolas Stocker.

Tickets at 39 – 69 euros are on sale via Piletilevi webshop and salespoints across Estonia.

A founding member of Detroit’s legendary techno collective Underground Resistance, Jeff Mills left the group in the early nineties to continue as a solo artist. As a conceptual artist, he has often looked to Sci-Fi and Afro-Futurism as a source of inspiration – he has soundtracked silent Sci-Fi classic A Trip To The Moon and NTS’ radio adaptations of the 1960s TV series The Outer Limits in collaboration with NASA.

Mills started the Tomorrow Comes The Harvest project in 2016 with the late, great Tony Allen, one of the originators of AfroBeat, and French-Guyanese keyboardist Jean-Phi Dary. The idea was to not prepare or plan anything, but play in the moment to reach for the same understanding musically. Following the death of Allen in 2020, the group now consists of  Mills, Dary and Indian tabla player Prabhu Edouard – each belonging to a long tradition of exploring the unknown by intersecting sounds and rhythm through an array of improvisational movements.

Born in France with Guyanaʼs roots, Jean-Phi Dary is a keyboard player, singer, producer, arranger and songwriter who has worked  20 years with Tony Allen, his close friend. Dary’s solo projects include African Avant Garde, an amalgamation of African instruments with electronic modular synths and keyboards.

Prabhu Edouard is an Indo-French percussionist and composer. Regarded as one of the most versatile tabla players of his generation, he is also an experienced pedagogue sharing his musical vision on various percussion masterclasses worldwide.

The night’s special guest, Estonian Maarja Nuut is an internationally acclaimed singer, violinist, electronic artist and composer whose work spans a vast range of rich musical worlds. She has delved into disparate genres, archive sounds,  ethnomusicological research and the outer limits of looping and electronic sounds. Based in Zürich, her collaborator Nicolas Stocker is a sophisticated and skilled drummer and composer known for polyrhythms and “spectral” detours into melodic territories. Together, they’ll play Nuut’s new pieces that include ambient and experimental as well as jazzier and groovier material.

The highlights of the ongoing Tomorrow Comes The Harvest European tour include London’s Barbican Centre, Berlin’s Theater des Westens and Dublin’s National Concert Hall.

The Jeff Mills presents: Tomorrow Comes the Harvest concert initially scheduled for June 5, 2024 at Alexela Concert Hall in Tallinn has been postponed. The new performance date is November 30, 2024.

All tickets purchased for June 5 are valid on the new date, with seats in the same price category. There is no need to exchange the already purchased tickets.

For those who cannot attend the event on the new date, we offer the following options:

–        To exchange the ticket for the iconic Scottish band The Jesus and Mary Chain’s concert ticket in the same price category at the Alexela Concert Hall scheduled to take place on August 21, 2024. Please email your request to by June 4, 2024.

–        To sell the ticket back
PDF ticket holders should send their requests to Please add the ticket order number to your email.
Tickets purchased at the Piletilevi sales points can be returned at all sales points, except at Viru Keskus and Circle-K service stations.

We apologise for the inconvenience.