- FESTIVAL AREA
Tuska Festival area is located on the Suvilahti event field. Address nearest to the festival entrance is Parrukatu 2-4, 00540 Helsinki.
Festival area opening hours
The last artist of each day will conclude their show 60 minutes before the festival gates close. Exact show times will be announced closer to festival date.
Age limit for Tuska 2019 is 18 years for all customers.
Arriving to the festival
The best way to arrive to Tuska is by public transport: closest metro and tram stop is Sörnäinen which is located a several hundred meters from the festival area. You can also take the bus (e.g. 16, 55, 78) from the central railway station. Metro operates 2 hrs longer than usual, in 20 minute intervals on Tuska Friday and Saturday nights.
See Helsinki City Transport website for details.
Please note that parking in Helsinki is chargeable. Unfortunately there is no public parking for cars or bicycles at the festival.
To book a taxi call 0100 0700.
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- DISABLED CUSTOMERS
Physically disabled and visually impaired customers
Physically disabled and visually impaired customers can bring an escort (1 person). Escorts of disabled people do not need to buy a ticket to access the festival area. There are viewing platforms near the mixing desks of the stages.
Camping & Hotels
Tuska is located in the city so we have no camping area. The closest camping area is Rastila, by the metro stop of the same name. See other accommodation options (e.g. hotels) in Helsinki from Google.
The festival security personnel will check you at the security check before entering the festival area.
You can leave your belongings in the cloakroom by the festival gate. The cloakroom fee will be announced later. Please note that huge backpacks or other large items can not be stored at cloakroom. Those items can be left at the Helsinki railway station storage.
Bringing your own alcohol beverages to the festival area is strictly prohibited. Bag check will be in effect upon entering the festival. You can bring one (1) transparent, unopened plastic bottle of non-alcoholic beverage, or a transparent and empty plastic bottle per customer. Max. size 1,5 litres. Security personnel is allowed to forbid any "suspicious" bottles and ask to leave those to the cloakroom.
Please note safety with accessories (especially extremely studded bracelets etc.) and clothing.
Professional camera equipment, all recorders, cans, bottles, umbrellas, disposable grills and all things that can be considered dangerous are strictly prohibited, at the security personnel's discretion. It’s not allowed to bring you pet to festival area.
Fold out chairs
Fold out chairs are permitted in the festival area, but not in front of the stages or other highly crowded areas.
Cameras & Recording
Professional photo equipment requires press accerditation. Press accreditation & photo passes will be granted for media personnel only, not private customers. Pocket cameras & cell phone cameras are allowed. All video cameras and other recording equipment are strictly prohibited.
Smoking is prohibited in immediate approximity of all stages. The indoor stage is completely non-smoking.
First aid & pharmacy
There is a first aid point at the festival area, which will serve during festival opening hours. The nearest pharmacy is located in Sörnäinen, Hämeentie 58, 00500 Helsinki. Yliopiston Apteekki, Mannerheimintie 96, is open 24 hours.
Food & Drink
There are different kinds of food stalls and Black Dining à la carte restaurant at the festival area (reservations for Black Dining www.tableonline.fi). There are water taps for public at the venue.
Tuska smartphone apps will be available later.
Alepa festival store
There is Alepa festival store at the area that sells groceries and other festival supplies at an affordable price.
Deposit system & Recycling
Please note that in Finland all bottles are recycled. The festival has its own bottle recycling system, please do not trash empty bottles, place them in appropriate containers. Also, please sort your trash in appropriate containers.
Lost & found
During the festival, ask for your lost items from the cloak room near the entrance. After the festival, all uncollected lost & found items will be delivered to the Pasila police station lost property.
Autograph sessions will take place at autograph stand at festival area. Signing session details and schedule will be announced later.
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- PAYMENT METHODS
We accept all forms of payment: mobile payment, credit & debit cards and cash. We recommend to use mobile and card payment.
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