Finland’s most established urban music and arts festival
Ranging from alternative rock, jazz, soul, ska and hip-hop, Flow Festival has a reputation for showcasing the most entertaining urban acts from all over the world. In 2014 it snapped up acts including the reunited OutKast, US diva Janelle Monae and indie rock superstars The National.
Despite its unglamorous surroundings, Flow Festival turns the defunct Suvilahti power plant into an atmospheric venue for a weekend of embracing not just music, but local culture, urban space and visual arts.
With a specific emphasis on food, you’ll get far better options than a burger and beer at Flow Festival. With stands including Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream, traditional Japanese cuisine and even an on-site bakery, Flow is certainly a foodie's dream.
Join in on one of the Flow Talk Lunch Sessions featuring a ton of guest speakers aimed for you to “get seriously curious fuelled by casual talks and superb food". We’re curious to say the least.
How do I get there?
The area is located in the centre of Helsinki so is easily accessible by foot or public transport.
By air: The festival is just a 20 minute drive away from Helsinki Airport.
Three day ticket: €165
Two day ticket: €135
One day ticket: €89
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
You can buy tickets via the festival website.