Dive into Finland’s premiere fuse of music, arts and irresistible cuisine during the Flow Festival. Attendees will be able to escape the real world in the trendy city of Helsinki during a late summer weekend in August. The city centre is reconstructed from an industrial architectural site to an eye-popping festival scene for two days.
The area will features 12 different indoor and outdoor stages, 150 artists and upwards of 75,000 in attendance. Flow Festival’s infamous landmark is the roof of the Balloon 360° stage. Every turn made throughout the event will be greeted by a variety of unique video installations, art galleries and light designs for viewing pleasure. Experimental animations and short films will also be shown in the festival area.
Additionally, Flow Festival prides itself on the advancement and world of virtual reality. Choose from a selection of VR content from quality short films, VR art and virtual music experiences. As with every epic music festival comes the diverse market of drinks and eats. Flow Festival offers gourmet international dishes for those who are always looking to try something new. Craft beer bars allow festival goers to wash down their scrumptious dishes while simultaneously vibing out to local and big-hitting artists.
“Experience a unique European festival scene with the perfect combination of urban arts and cultured music.”
The Flow Festival takes place in Helsinki, Finland at the Suvilahti power plant. Early Bird 3-day tickets will go on sale at a reduced price and also feature travel add-ons for the ultimate event experience. Other ticket options will be available in 2019. Make sure to check back early and often!
Helsinki, Finland is easily accessible from anywhere in the world. The city’s international airport is the ideal place of arrival by air. Once there, the metro line provides an affordable and convenient way to travel around.
The Helsinki city centre is a great place for cycling and features a fun and inviting bike path called the “Baana.” Look over Helsinki’s official travel guide to prepare for your trip!
This southern city of Finland offers several accommodation options depending on your traveling preferences. Stay at eco-friendly hotels, apartment-style hotels, hostels and camping areas or bed & breakfasts.
For additional lodging choices, be sure to browse Rad’s map below for some of the best hotel deals and Airbnb’s on the market.
Helsinki is a great city to explore for several hours and has enough things to do for several days.
– Explore Nordic architecture at cathedrals and museums
– Go to one of the oldest attractions in the world at the Helsinki Zoo
– Ride the 66-year-old wooden rollercoaster at the Linnanmaki Amusement Park
The festival will start on Friday the 9th august and finishes on Sunday 11th August, 2019.
Helsinki provides premiere entertainment from festivals, attractions and cultural events. Book your Flow Festival trip today for an exciting summer European experience!
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