One of northern Europe's best
Flow Festival is an award winning multi-genre music festival in Helsinki. About more than just music though, the festival also hosts a series of talks and discussions on topics ranging from cultural progression to political and social movements.
Started in 2004 as a small jazz and soul event, Flow has grown over its fifteen years into one of northern Europe's most significant music and arts festivals.
Every year the festival puts together an enviable lineup mixing some of the most respected names from a broad spectrum of genres with younger acts making waves.
Parrukatu is located to the north-east of the city centre. Set amongst a disused power station, the festival boasts a unique and stunning backdrop to the its stages.
Parrukatu, Helsinki, 00540, Finland
BY PLANE: Helsinki's International Airport is just a 30 minute train ride away from the city centre, providing frequent shuttle services into the city.
BY TRAIN: With Helsinki being the Finnish capital, it has excellent national rail links with the rest of the country.
The festival area has been planned with easy wheelchair access to all performance venues and restaurant areas. There is a wheelchair podium at the Main Stage, the Lapin Kulta Red Arena and the Zalando Black Tent. The assistant to a disabled person can enter the event free of charge.
There are eleven portable bathrooms with wheelchair access on the site, plus one accessible indoor bathroom at restaurant Lämpö.
All tickets will be exchanged for a wristband. Festival guests with the Flow wristband can enter and exit the festival area during the Flow weekend as they wish.
Flow Festival is 18+ and valid ID may be required upon entry.
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