Festival Information

Baltic Jazz Festival has been organised since 1987 in the iron works village of Dalsbruk on Kimito Island. The next festival will be held on 7-9 July 2023. The festival is organised by the support association “Intresseföreningen för jazzmusik i Dalsbruk”. Finnish jazz legend Antti Sarpila is the Creative Director of the festival (since 2002).

Arrival and Accommodation

If you arrive by car, the drive from Helsinki is about 2,5 hours and 1 h 10 min from Turku. There are several parking areas in Dalsbruk.

If you arrive by boat, the Dalsbruk Guest Harbour is at your service (N 60° 01,01’ E 22°30,5’). Harbour fee from 29 € / 24 h. Docking places are not possible to book in advance for the festival weekend, but everyone is guaranteed a place. More information about the guest harbour here.​

By bus, you can easily get to Dalsbruk and the festival area from many different locations.

The closest train station can be found in Salo. Do you prefer a bike? The beautiful Coastal Route ​passes through Dalsbruk.​

Different accommodation alternatives can be found through the links below:

Dalsbruk with nearby areas​
Kimito Island

Ticket Sales and Discounts

You can buy your tickets in advance via Tiketti. Please note that we only collaborate with Tiketti regarding tickets sold in advance. Baltic Jazz does not collaborate with e.g. viagogo or other channels claiming to sell our tickets. Tickets that are bought through other channels may not be accepted at the festival.

Children: Free entrance for children under the age of 2 to Baltic Jazz Kids. Other concerts: free entrance for children under 12 years together with a parent (NB! Does not apply at Baltic Jazz Kids or concerts 2, 10, 15).
Youth: 12–17-year olds get a 50 % discount on all tickets. (NB! The discount does not apply on Baltic Jazz Kids, festival pass or concerts 2, 10, 15).
Groups: Groups get one (1) complimentary ticket for every 10 tickets bought. Bookings and information: baltic.jazz@kimitoon.fi

During the festival, you can buy tickets at the ticket sales point in Bio Pony or at the door before the concert begins. Opening hours:
6 July 10 am – 4 pm
7-8 July 10 am – 7 pm
9 July 10 am – 4 pm

Festival Area

Baltic Jazz is organised in Dalsbruk on Kimito Island. The concert venues are carefully selected to highlight the history and beauty of the old iron works village. The festival area is located right in the centre of Dalsbruk. Here you will find the Park, Mechanical Workshop, Bio Pony, Strandhotellet, Ullman’s Villa and the library. The Church is located within a short walking distance, but you need a mode of transport to get to Kasnäs and Söderlångvik.

The stages in the Park are located outside. NB! It is not allowed to bring your own alcoholic beverages to the Park.

Map and addresses

Accessibility and First Aid

Everyone is welcome at Baltic Jazz! We are committed to treat all our staff and visitors with respect and equality despite gender, skin color, age, nationality, religion, language, culture or sexual orientation. We are part of the LGBTQ+ friendly community WeSpeakGay – a community of open minded companies and events that are welcoming to LGBTQ+ customers, creating a safe atmosphere in which you can feel valued and respected. The community works against racism, homophobia, transphobia and all other kinds of discrimination.

Almost all of our concert venues are accessible. Personal assistants have free entrance to all of our concerts (no advance registration needed. There is an accessible toilet in the Park. We remain at your disposal for any further information – please contact us by email: baltic.jazz@kimitoon.fi or by telephone: +358 440 790 340

There is a First Aid group available at the festival the entire weekend. The First Aid tent can be found in the Park. In case of emergency, call 112.​

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