Provinssi also pays respect to the needs of guests with reduced mobility. If you can’t find an answer to a question in mind, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo: Provinssi / Jakke Nurmi
Arrival and Parking
Accessible parking is located about 50 metres from the gates of the festival area. Due to the limited number of parking spaces, you need to apply for a parking pass in advance by email from email@example.com. You can only apply for an accessible parking space with a disabled parking permit issued by Trafi or the police.
When applying for a parking permit, please include the following information:
- Name of the applyer
- Email address
- License number of the vehicle
- Permitnumber of disabled parking permit
- Day, for which the permit is applied for
- Name of the driver
- Phone number of the driver
You can also arrive to the area by an accessible taxi. The stopping point for accessible taxis is on Törnäväntie, about 50 metres from the gate of the festival area.
The assistant of the disabled person or other special groups (etc. visually impaired guests) can access the festival area free of charge. However, the assistant won’t receive a wristband of their own, but both the assistant and the assisted can enter the area with the wristband of the assisted person. Wrist bands can be claimed at the ticket sale. We recommend to take with you a certification of your need for an assistant.
There are ramps and viewing platforms with excellent visibility near the biggest stages. Platforms are meant only for the disabled, not for their assistants. The locations will be marked on the map of the festival area, which will be published closer to the event.
The passages at Provinssi are wide sandy roads, comfortable and easy to move on both by foot and with wheelchair. At the festival site there are signs and maps to help with finding services and figuring out the festival area.
There are lots of seats at the festival area where you can sit down and relax. The biggest seating areas can be found on Carnival Island and at Meeting Point between Mainland and Woodland stages.
There are several easily accessible toilets both at the festival site and at the licensed premises. The accessible toilets located by the viewing platforms at Mainland and Woodland stages and on Carnival Island are in the sole use of disabled people, and people with a toilet pass. Other accessible toilets can be used by all festival goers, but disabled people and holders of a toilet pass have a priority.
Locations of accessible toilets will be marked on the map of the festival site, which will be published later. Large maps can also be found at the festival site.
There are lots of free water spots at the festival grounds at your disposal. Water can also be bought from restaurants on the area.
Professional first aid service will be available at the festival site.
Kuva: Provinssi / Pasi Ahola