The calendar of 2024 is here with five tournament weekends in five different countries in our region.
The season of 2023 ended back in July in Riga with titles for Jeffrey de Graaf and Benjamin Drue Reus. And as we are waiting with excitement for the partcipation of Marko Kantele and Jeffrey de Graaf at the World Championships at Ally Pally, we can now publish the calendar of 2024.
We will start at the finnish line of the 2023 season, as the first of five Pro Tour weekends will be held in Riga in Latvia. As always, the venue will be Bellevue Park Hotel. This will be from Friday February 16 till Sunday February 18. This weekend will also feature three qualifers for the European Tour.
Then the tour will go to Apple Hotel in Göteborg in April, as we will see a longer weekend with no less than six tournaments. The whole thing will start on Thursday April 4 till Sunday April 7, as we will have two Nordic and Baltic Pro Tour events and no less than four qualifiers for the European Tour.
Tallukka Hotel is also amongst one of our very known venues, and this will be the host for our third Pro Tour weekend in 2024. From Friday May 31 till Sunday June 2, the venue in the beautiful surroundings will be hosting yet another two Nordic and Baltic Pro Tour events and three qualifiers for the European Tour.
Over the summer the tour will then go to Denmark, as we will have two Nordic and Baltic Pro Tour events and the last three European qualifiers of the season from Friday July 26 till Sunday July 28. However it is yet to be decided which venue we will see for these tournaments.
And then the tour will find its conclusion in August at the best darting venue in Iceland, as Bullseye Darts and Drinks will host the last two Nordic and Baltic Pro Tour events of 2024. The Nordic and Baltic Pro Tour 9 will be on Saturday August 25 and Nordic and Baltic Pro Tour 10 will be on Sunday August 26.