Photo: Provinssi / Riikka Vaahtera


The festival site, the beautiful park of Törnävä Island in Seinäjoki, has been in use since the first festival in 1979. The site is situated about 3 kilometres south of the city centre and about 350 kilometres north of Helsinki. The exact address for the festival area is Törnäväntie 20, 60200 Seinäjoki.
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Festival area on Google maps
The map of Seinäjoki
The website of the city of Seinäjoki

 Map of the train routes and traveling times
Seinäjoki by train



It's easy to get to the city -- in Finland, all roads lead to Seinäjoki!

By train 

Taking the train is a convenient and environmentally friendly way to get to Seinäjoki. Check train schedules and information from here!

By bus

The bus station is located next to the railwaystation, from where you can easily get to the festival area by the non-stop festival bus.
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By carpooling

We always recommend to use the public transport, foot or bicycle for arriving, but if you insist to travel by your car please take your friends or strangers to Provinssi as well!

You can find and offer carpools for example from these sites (all also in english):
Kimppakyyti Facebook group
Kimppakyyti Helsinki - Pohjanmaa - Helsinki Facebook group
Kimppakyyti Seinäjoki Facebook group

Please note the parking space nearby the festival site is rather limited, so we recommend you to leave your car to the city centre of Seinäjoki. 

If you are staying at Camp Provinssi you can buy parking tickets beforehand from Provinssi's webstore. 



Festival area is situated about 3 km from the city centre. You'll walk the distance easily in an hour with good company, and in bad company, you'll walk even faster. However, to save your strength, we have made your life a bit easier.

Non-stop festival bus

The renewable diesel Provinssibus operated by Härmän Liikenne will be going non-stop between Seinäjoki Travel Centre and the festival area from Thursday until Sunday. 

The route and the prices of the bus will be updated later on.

Foot and bicycle

If you have a bicycle, it's probably the best way to get to the festival area. It's quick, independent, ecological and fresh. There's a free and guarded parking area for bicycles next to the festival gate.  


There is a taxi station next to the festival site. At the railway station taxis are found in front of the station building. 

Taxi number: +358(0) 100 84 999