4pm to 10pm @ Keran Hallit, free entry!
A former logistic center has been turned into Keran Hallit, a new center for services, goods and culture. The inner yard of the center has gotten new colors through giant murals that decorate the walls. The former landing stages has been turned into performing stages.
The center will be in temporary use still for a few years, until it will be dismantled and a new residential area will rise to the area. Before that, let’s enjoy the unique environment with wonderful music, good drinks and yummy food!
Pambikallio, aka Pauliina Nyman and Lauri Kallio, plays fascinating Finnish psychedelic pop. The bands dream-like, soft and playful sound is a promise of a mesmerizing show. Still, under the cute and irresistible coat, the band is a shameless pearl that makes you realize something new.
Sorsajengi looks and sounds amazing! The assertive band’s high-energy and impressive live performances is something everyone should experience! The band’s highly hyped and renowned debut album was released in 2021.
Luukas Oja is a band that everyone is talking about right now and after you see their vibrant performance you won’t be wondering why! The band is known from their amazing live gigs and lyrics that are not afraid to take a stand. The band has performed in the biggest rock festivals of Finland!
Bad Sauna’s music is a combination of Finnish melancholy, the energy of American alternative music, easygoing DIY- punk, momentary delightful “so what”- attitude and awerness of the surrounding world. Stylistically Bad Sauna combines the sounds of Queens of The Stone Age, early period Apulanta, the biggest hits of The Hives, the Finnish punk of 2000s and the riffs of Kings of Leon.
Keran Panimokylä’s (Kera’s Brewery Village) three breweries will provide fresh drinks to the festival people! The breweries are Tired Uncle’s Brewing, Masis Brewery and 8-Bit Brewing. Tired Uncle’s Taproom and its terrace serve different local beers, food, and snacks. In addition, Thai Vegan Kitchen’s food truck will feed the hungry festival-goers!
However, please note that if you arrive by train, Kera station is unfortunately inaccessibly. Keran Hallit can also be reached by bus and by car. For further arrival instructions, see here.