Folk, jazz, dance and much more in the last three days of Art goes Kapakka

Three more days left in Art goes Kapakka! The festival is full music, dance and art – so, where to go? Here is some highlights of our program for the next three days.


Ohtoni: Karhunpeijaiskonsertti / Photo: Steffan Bremer


At 18.30 in Tenho, we’ll see Mika Kallio Satu Rinnetmäki – IMPULSION; An impulsive dialogue between a solo drummer and a dancer. At 19:30

Ukulele Orchestra Jalkanen, Julkunen & Peter plays big-hearted music with small instruments in Manala at 19.30.

In Belge, talented teenagers, Milo & Moses play swing and bebop at 20.00

Ohtoni: Karhunpeijaiskonsertti is A music performance based on a traditional celebration after a bear hunt. Dubrovnik at 21.00.

Finally, we’ll hear some rap music as a young female duo Sofa takes the stage in Zetor, and Töölön ketterä plays their mixture of grime, garage rock and rap in Why join the navy when you can be a pirate.



Hanna Maaria / Photo: Marko Voutilainen


Friday’s program starts at 18.00 as a promising new artist, Hanna Maaria, plays in Fazer Café Kluuvikatu 3.

At 19.30, Compañía Kaari & Roni Martin Goes Roots in Oficina. The performance brings an extravaganza of modern rhythm music and dance to the stage.

At 20.00, Karuna plays contemporary Nordic folk music in Kappeli.

Restaurant Carelia is filled with classical music when Jussi & Marjaana Merikanto play classical at the bar at 20.30

Also at 20.30 in Teurastamo, we’ll see a debut of two folk veterans and their band, Varsa.

Classical music tradition meets modern acoustic tones and primal beat when Nuria plays in Ølhus Oslo at 22.00.





The Final day of Art goes Kapakka begins with Tipsy Gipsy‘s spellbinding songs inspired by gipsy style and Finnish folklore at 17.30 in Cafe Piritta.

At 18.30 in William K. Kurvi, we will hear Karina‘s free and easy folk-pop about warm, nostalgic memories.

Muuan Mies offers a boisterous mix of rock, rap and reggae in Rymy-Eetu at 20.30

At 21.00 in Kulttuuritalo, you can have a pause for sounds and tales, colours and reflections from all over the globe when Teho Majamäki plays his travel-inspired music.

Last but not least, Mimie Moore gives us some hooky harmonies on top of kooky instruments in Juttutupa at 22.00.


Welcome to enjoy the next three days with Art goes Kapakka!