Scandinavia's biggest dance festival
Weekend Festival is one of Europe's biggest electronic music festivals, attracting the finest DJs from across the globe to the Finnish capital Helsinki.
2015's lineup included huge stars such as Hardwell, Martin Garrix and David Guetta, who presided over a weekend that shook Scandinavia with festival-goers partying underneath incredible lights and visuals that shimmered across the waters of Vanhankaupunginselkä Bay.
In addition to the headline names, Weekend will also welcome a carefully curated selection of Finnish DJs, giving revellers a unique chance to hear the best underground names coming through.
The banks of Vanhankaupunginselkä Bay have been the home to Weekend Festival since its urban migration in 2012. The site has also hosted gigs by the likes of Green Day and Foo Fighters, and was the setting for Sonisphere 2011.
Kyläsaari (Kalasatama), Byholmsgatan 12, Helsinki, 00580, Finland
BY PLANE: Helsinki's main airport is around a 40 minute journey away from the festival site. Take a Matkahoulto bus to Vallilan kirjasto and follow the signs to the festival. You can also take this bus into the centre of Helsinki if you are staying there.
BY TRAIN: Helsinki's Central Station is called Helsingin päärautatieasema, and it is a short 15 minute bus ride to Agroksenkuja, which is just around the corner from the festival.
No, there are no camping facilities available, however Helsinki has many hotels and hostels.
There is no age restriction, however those under 15 must be accompanied by an adult.
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