Flow’s popular Family Sunday is full of magic and bustle
Flow Festival offers a joint experience to families on Sunday, the 12th of August. Adults who have the festival ticket may bring children aged 0-10 with them to the festival site from 1 to 5PM to explore the festival bustle and enjoy Flow’s versatile family program.
The hilarious and super popular Skidit Mega Disko tickles the boundaries of little festival guests’ imagination. Children get to dive into a magic world which stimulates their senses, as Voimala is filled with lights, sparkles, imaginary characters and soap bubbles. Responsible for the music are the renowned DJ Orkidea, children’s disco specialist MC Allu Albatrossi, as well as Tea and Kana with their exclusive comeback gig. More DJ-music and also yoga for kids are available at the Backyard area. At the Suvilahti DIY skatepark skateboard lessons are held by Petrus Marttila.
Aalto University organizes workshops for the whole family at their imposing wooden Aika-lava area. In a textile art workshop families can take part in co-creating a big combined piece of community art. Chemistry meets arts at a workshop of giant bubbles and canvas painting. Loved animations My Neighbor Totoro and Arrietty can be enjoyed at Tiivistämö’s Finnkino Pop-up Cinema.
Flow’s partner OP brings funny Hippo characters to their site, where you can also get some sparkle to your face with glitter make-up and your hair styled with braids. Oatly’s oat-based ice cream refresh both small and big festival scurriers during Family Sunday’s bustle. While freshening up, the scurriers may also decorate their skins with fabulous temporary tattoos.
Read more about Family Sunday from here.