Provinssi will take place from Thursday 29th of June to Saturday 1st of July 2023, in Törnävänsaari, Seinäjoki, Finland.
Friendly Bird tickets to 2023 Provinssi are now for sale until 10.7.2023 at 23:59. Purchase your tickets here.
You’ll find all the information you need regarding the festival from this page. If you still have some questions after reading all below, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friendly Bird tickets for Provinssi 2023 are now for sale here.
Beware of fake tickets! Make sure you only purchase tickets from resellers authorized by Provinssi (Tiketti and Lippupiste). The tickets sold outside of the festival gates and on internet forums might be proven to be fake at the entrance.
Please be careful when displaying your tickets on social media and the internet! Make sure the barcode isn’t visible since it’s possible to copy the ticket information and that could prevent you from attending the festival.
Provinssi is not responsible for copied or stolen tickets!
- The Festival Area
The festival area is located at Törnävänsaari, Seinäjoki, about 3 km away from the Seinäjoki city center. The nearest street address of the festival site is Törnäväntie 20.
Törnävänsaari is a beautiful parkland and a well-known place for outdoor activities and sports and leisure between the locals. There is a regional museum, summer theatre, and lots of different sports activities functioning in the area, and what is more, a nature conservation area is located just behind the fences of Provinssi’s Woodland Stage.
We kindly wish our festival-goers to respect the beautiful area, its unique nature, and its inhabitants!
The area consists mostly of gravel fields and parks, forests, and large green areas. A running river is dividing the area and two bridges are connecting it as one. The roads are wide sand roads and all customer lanes are made accessible for wheelchairs.
- Wristband Exchange
All 2 and 3-day tickets will be exchanged for wristbands.
A broken wristband isn’t valid for entry. Be sure to check your wristband is properly fastened when exchanging.
Provinssi is not responsible for lost wristbands.
The Festival wristband doesn’t include entries for camping, parking, accommodations, or other areas than the festival area.
More info about locations and opening hours of the wristband exchanges will be announced closer to the festival. Wristband exchange is possible at Provinssi’s entrance at all times during the festival.
- Age Limits and Children
There is no age limit for the Provinssi festival.
All 7 years old and older visitors need to have a ticket in order to enter the festival area. Children’s tickets are on sale.
Children under 7 years old do not need their own ticket (entrance only with an over 18-year-old-adult). Under 7-year-olds will not receive their own wristbands.
The recommended age limit is 14 years, and children under 12 can only attend Provinssi when accompanied by an adult.
Proving your age is possible with authorized ID:s, such as a driving license, a passport, and an identification card with a photo. A Kela-card is not an acceptable identification card.
Please be prepared to prove the age of the child at the festival gate.
- Arriving and Parking
Please use public transport when arriving at the festival. It’s easy and fast to travel to Seinäjoki by train or by bus, from all around Finland, and also from Helsinki Airport.
The festival area is located about 3 kilometers away from the Seinäjoki city center.
Festival buses are going non-stop between Seinäjoki Travel Center and Provinssi during the festival.
Please note there are no parking possibilities near the festival area and the capacity of the festival’s parking areas is very limited. We recommend leaving vehicles in the city center and hopping on a festival bus from there.
In case you are arriving by car, please fill the seats with your friends, carpoolers, or hitchhikers!
A taxi pole is located next to the entrance.
Find more information about arriving here.
- Camp Provinssi
At the Provinssi’s official campsite, which is located right next to the festival area, the atmosphere is through the roof and the spirits are high. On this beautiful campsite, you can accommodate yourself in the middle of the best party ever, or sleep peacefully in the Silent & Green area.
Camp Provinssi has only a limited capacity, so make sure to book your place early in advance.
Entry to Camp Provinssi is only possible with a valid festival ticket.
Find more information about Camp Provinssi here.
- Other Accommodations
Provinssi’s accommodation options (hotel packages, school accommodations, and camping sites) will be for sale later at www.provinssi.fi/tickets
We have gathered information about accommodations in the Seinäjoki area here.
- Snacks and Drinks
You are allowed to bring one empty or sealed bottle of water or soft drink to the festival area. The bottle has to be clear and max. 0,5 liters. Small unopened juice boxes (0,2l) are also allowed. There are several water areas in the festival area where you can refill your bottle.
Bringing your own alcoholic drinks to the festival area is not allowed. You can leave your drinks in the cloakroom when arriving at the festival. There will be a security check at the gates.
Festival visitors are allowed to bring normal snacks like sandwiches, fruits, candy, etc. to the festival area. No big picnic baskets, please.
- Water Areas
There are many water areas in the festival area for filling your water bottle and quenching your thirst. All water areas are marked on the festival area map.
You will also be able to purchase different kinds of non-alcoholic drinks in the area.
- Restaurants and Bars
There are many bar areas, different kinds of restaurants, and cafes around the festival. You might be craving a juicy hamburger, ethnic food, or fine dining – there is something for everyone for sure!
All the food vendors in Provinssi are committed to offering at least one vegan or vegetarian option on their menu. Attention is also paid to all kinds of special dietary requirements.
The age limit for serving areas and bars is 18 years. Children under 12 are allowed to visit some of the bars (more information will be added later) with an adult until 9 pm.
We want to make sure everyone has a great festival experience, and therefore people with reduced mobility will have easy access everywhere in the festival.
The festival area mainly consists of smooth fields and paths. All toilet areas are equipped with disabled toilets. The stages have platforms or viewing points for wheelchairs to make sure everyone can see the stage.
People with reduced mobility and other people with special needs need normal tickets to the festival. Assistants will get in for free.
Any kind of certification about the reduced mobility or need for assistance will be helpful when arriving at the festival.
In case you have any questions regarding the accessibility or any special needs, please don’t hesitate to contact our team by email at email@example.com, we will gladly help you out.
- Safety and Forbidden Items
Following items are forbidden to bring to the festival area:
- Alcoholic drinks (or empty alcohol bottles as water bottle)
- Over 0,5l sized bottles
- Glass bottles or cans
- Any kind of weapons, pocket knives, and other possibly harmful items
- Explosives, fireworks, lasers, or other similar items
Umbrellas are also forbidden because of the visual barriers they cause. Please leave your selfie sticks at home too.
Camping chairs and prams or strollers are also not allowed in the festival area.
There will be a security check at the gates of the festival area. Security guards will make the final decision about an item being a possible safety risk in the festival area.
- Cloakroom and Lost & Found
You can leave all your extra bags, clothes, valuables, alcoholic drinks, etc in Provinssi’s cloakroom, which is located near the festival gates. The pricing and opening hours will be updated later.
Remember that you might need to queue for the cloakroom during the busiest times.
Provinssi is not responsible for items left in the cloakroom.
Lost & Found
Please bring all items you may find to Provinssi’s lost & found service that is located in the cloakroom.
All found items will be saved by Provinssi for a few days after the festival. After that, all of the items will be taken to a local recycling service. All valuables (phones, wallets, keys, etc.) will be taken to the Seinäjoki Police station.
Seinäjoki Police Station / Lost and found
+358 50 302 4526
More information about the lost & found arrangements will be updated closer to the festival.
Provinssi is a 100% equal festival and we welcome everyone to the Festival Of People just as they are. We do not condone discrimination of any kind, for example towards gender, a specific ethnic group, skin color, or sexual orientation.
If you see or experience behavior towards yourself, your friends, or other festival goers that feels distressing, inappropriate, or in some way is against the values of equality, please notify the nearest security person.
We hope everyone respects the other guests of our festival and treats others as they wish to be treated themselves.
Provinssi’s VIP area is exclusive for the VIP guests of the festival. All VIP guests will be able to enjoy an exclusive and beautiful VIP area, which has a large seating area, exclusive bars, restaurants, high-quality flushing toilets, and other additional services.
The only way to get into the VIP area is to purchase a VIP ticket. VIP-tickets will be on sale soon at www.provinssi.fi/tickets.
VIP packages are only available for festival guests over 18 years. Children under 12 years old can stay in the VIP area with an adult until 9 PM.
Food or drinks are not included in the VIP tickets.
Please find more information about VIP here.
- Phones and Mobile App
In both Provinssi and Camp Provinssi you can find several charging points to charge your phone.
Please note that the phone network might get jammed during the festival, so we recommend agreeing on meeting spots with your friends upon arrival.
- ATM's, Debit Cards, and Credit Cards
Payment is possible everywhere in the festival area with a card, with contactless, or with a mobile payment method. Remember, that you can pay with contactless up to 50 euros.
The most common debit and credit cards are accepted in all places in the area. There is no need for cash.
There is no ATM in the festival area. The closest one is located 2 kilometers away from the festival area (address: Koskenalantie 5). More bank services can be found in the Seinäjoki city center.
- Waste and Recycling
In Provinssi we sort and recycle all of the waste that the festival produces, and our recycling percentage for Provinssi has been at 100% for years.
We have several recycling points in the festival area, and they have bins for energy waste, bio waste, cardboard, plastic, glass, metal, and hazardous waste. In addition, there are hundreds of waste bins around the festival area for energy waste and bio waste.
Our Green Team and cleaning volunteers will help festival-goers with recycling or any other questions regarding the environment and sustainability in Provinssi. Don’t hesitate to ask for help or seek advice from the Green Team – they are more than happy to help you!
Read more about sustainability in Provinssi here.
Remember to protect your ears! We recommend taking earplugs with you. Earplugs can also be purchased from the festival area.
According to the Finnish law (74 § moment 1 article 2), smoking is forbidden near the stages during the performances. All tent stages are entirely smoke-free.
Please be considerate towards non-smokers and other festival-goers especially in crowded places and restaurant areas also.
E-cigarettes and e-liquids are allowed in the festival area.
Photography in Provinssi is more than welcome!
Feel free to take as many photos as you like during the festival, but please remember to respect the privacy of other festival visitors. Some artists may have different rules about having their photos taken, so make sure to follow the instructions given by the security staff at all times.
You may bring an SLR camera, digital camera, or camera phone to the festival area. Tripods are not allowed due to safety reasons.
Shooting professional videos are forbidden unless you have a written agreement from the artist’s representatives.
Remember to use the official hashtag: #provinssi
There are several toilet areas and hundreds of toilets (portable toilets, urinals, indoor, and flushing toilets) around the festival area.
There are also many disabled toilets, which are primarily reserved for people with special needs or reduced mobility. Please be respectful of this!
Please take other festival guests and the beautiful nature of Törnävänsaari into consideration and do not pee in the river or bushes. ❤️
- First Aid
There are first aid tents in the festival area and at Camp Provinssi. Please check the festival map for the location of the first aid tents before entering the festival area.
First aid outside of the festival area:
Y-talo, Koskenalantie 18, 60220 Seinäjoki
Medical Helpline 24h / Seinäjoki Hospital
There’s a pharmacy right next to the festival area (address: Törnäväntie 20, inside the S-Market building). Please check the opening hours of the pharmacy: www.tornavanapteekki.fi
- Negative Side-Effects and Thefts
Unfortunately, there might be pickpockets at the festival, so make sure to keep an eye on your belongings. We highly recommend you not to leave valuable items in your tent. You may leave your belongings in the cloakroom. Keep an eye on your neighbor’s tents too to ensure a safe festival experience!
The outside areas of the festival gates get easily backed up and crowded, so we kindly ask our festival guests to continue straight towards their accommodations or afterparties when leaving the festival, to make the traffic easier. Thank you!
In case you have any more questions in mind, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will be happy to help you!
See you at Provinssi!