The festival area is located nearby the centre of Helsinki, easily accessible by public transportation, bike or foot. We recommend the use of public transportation or bicycling when coming to the festival.
Street address: Parrukatu, 00540 Helsinki.
There isn’t parking for cars at the festival area or its immediate surroundings.
The festival site is located in the public transportation zone A. In zone A you need an AB, ABC or ABCD ticket, depending on the area you travel in. A one-zone ticket is available only in zone D. Read more about the zones.
The closest stations and stops:
Metro – Sörnäinen
Bus – Suvilahti and Sörnäinen (M)
Tram – Karhupuisto, Kaarlenkatu, Urheilutalo and Helsinginkatu
For more detailed information about public transportation, please visit The Helsinki Region journey planner (Reittiopas) by HSL.
In addition to regular services, HSL will organise additional night services on Helsinki metro during the festival weekend. The additional metro trains will operate every ten minutes to Vuosaari and Tapiola, and every 20 minutes to Mellunmäki and Matinkylä.
Traveling tickets can be purchased from ticket vending machines, HSL app, parking ticket machines, R-Kioski kiosks, HSL service points and bus drivers. Bus drivers only accept cash and they do not have to accept notes larger than 20 EUR.
Check all the ticket selling points, ticket machines and service point locations here.
HSL’s tickets, Journey Planner and transport information tailored specifically for you — all in one app! The HSL app is available for Android and Apple iOS devices free of charge. Download here.
You can order a taxi by calling +358 100 0700. Taxis in Finland are reliable and always run by meter.
A temporary taxi stand is located opposite the wristband exchange point, across the Sörnäisten Rantatie street. Please note that it is not possible to order taxis elsewhere in the Suvilahti area as all taxis leave from the temporary taxi stand.
When using taxi applications (e.g. Uber) or ordering alternative taxis, please note that cars won’t be able to stop at Sörnäisten Rantatie or immediate surroundings of the festival.
Read about the wheelchair accessible taxis here.
Biking is one of the most convenient ways to arrive at the festival. There is a bicycle parking area free of charge, and it’s located near the main entrance, on Sörnäisten Rantatie. Flow’s bicycle parking is one of the largest seen in Finland. Please note that the bicycle parking area is not guarded and Flow Festival is not responsible for parked bicycles.