Flow Festival 2017

Friday 11th to Sunday 13th August 2017
Suvilahti power plant, Helsinki, Suomi, Finland MAP
185 euros 3 day pass, 149 euros 2-days, 99 euros 1-day
daily capacity: 70000
last updated: Fri 4th Aug 2017

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The 14th Flow Festival will be held Suvilahti, Helsinki, Finland from Friday 11th until Sunday 13th August 2017.

Line-up

Confirmed acts include Lana Del Rey, The xx, Frank Ocean, Goldfrapp, Aphex Twin, Ryan Adams, Beth Ditto, Flume, London Grammar, Vince Staples, Angel Olsen, Jenny Hval, Black Lips, Maceo Plex, Jon Hopkins (DJ set), Bicep, Alma, Roy Ayers, Badbadnotgood and more, with more to be announced.

For all the details so far please see the line-up page.

Tickets

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Tickets are priced at 185 euros 3 day pass, 149 euros 2-days, 99 euros 1-day

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Returning to the historic Suvilahti, a short walk away from the centre of Helsinki, the festival strikes an alluring setting in the shadows of a disused power station, built at the turn of the century. Embracing its penchant for urban spaces and modern art.

Beyond the music, Flow offers art displays from Scandinavia and abroad as well as showcasing art house film, cinema, lectures and an exceptional array of world spanning cuisine.

Accommodation

This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.

Please note attendees for this event must be over 18 years of age.

More information will be here when available.



Friday 11th to Sunday 13th August 2017
Suvilahti power plant, Helsinki, Suomi, Finland MAP
185 euros 3 day pass, 149 euros 2-days, 99 euros 1-day
daily capacity: 70000
last updated: Fri 4th Aug 2017


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