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The 9th Porvoo Jazz Festival will be held on September 24-26

Despite the long and eventful corona spring, Porvoo Jazz Festival will be held again this year. The venue will be the festival's own home stage, Vanha 123, and the pop-up club 123 Kellari, which can be found downstairs. The festival's cooperation with Porvoo Art Hall continues, where you can enjoy music while admiring the exhibition of Kristin Wiking & Nina Wager. In addition to domestic jazz professionals, the festival will also get the long-awaited international color for the festival.


Odysseus Festival will be held from 24 to 25 July on n the island of Lonna

Odysseus Festival, produced by We Jazz, will take place for the first time on July 24 and 25 on the island of Lonna. In the two-day event will feature i.a. Timo Lassy, ​​Y-OTIS, Lucia Cadotsch Speak Low and Eero Koivistoinen Quartet. The event's programme is complemented by the mystical band Oiro Pena. The Hailu Mergia tour, on the other hand, is postponed due to travel restrictions.






Participate in a survey about the environmental impact of live music industry in Finland!

KEMUT – Sustainable music industry toolkit project aims to address the climate crisis "for the live industry, by the live industry". Are you a live music professional – musician, producer, manager, promotor, entrepreneur etc. – in Finland, or do you work in an organization that promotes live music? Help the project take its first step and participate in a survey about the climate impact of the live industry! The survey (in Finnish only!) is open until August 10.



Sinne Eeg to perform at Hietalahti Soi Festival

Hietalahti Soi Music Festival brings well-known artists close to the people in Hietalahti. The one-day music festival focuses on classical and jazz and combines the two into an enchanting weave.


Saimaa Jazz Festival organized for the first time in July

Saimaa Jazz Festival, which will be held for the first time, will bring a total of five ensembles to the Savonlinnan Kulttuurikellari to give concerts on July 9-11, 2021. Saturday's concert day culminates in a jam session open to the public, hosted by saxophonist Teemu Takanen.