At Baltic Jazz Festival, the different styles of classic jazz blend with other genres in the historical iron works surroundings of Dalsbruk. Organised annually since 1987, this swinging festival is a meeting place for internationally renowned musicians and local talent who offer a balanced mix of classic jazz, blues and rock music for the whole family. Finnish jazz legend Antti Sarpila has been the Creative Director of the festival since 2002.
The festival programme for Baltic Jazz 2022 has now been published and ticket sales have begun!
On Saturday 9 July, you can easily travel from Turku to Dalsbruk to enjoy the afternoon concerts in the park! Our new ticket combo includes a Saturday pass (concerts 7, 8, 9) and a roundtrip bus ticket Turku-Dalsbruk-Turku. The ticket combo can be bought at Tiketti (price: 90 €, limited amount of tickets). Buy your […]Read more
Sustainability is a key factor in all of our work. We are on our way a to more environmentally responsible way of operating by building an EcoCompass Environmental System. EcoCompass is an environmental management system (EMS) and a certificatewhich helps us: make our organisation more sustainable prevent environmental risks identify our most relevant environmental impacts […]Read more
We are glad to inform that we have joined the LGBTQ+ friendly We Speak Gay Community! We are committed to treat all of our staff and visitors with respect and equality despite gender, skin colour, age, nationality, religion, language, culture or sexual orientation. The We Speak Gay Community aims at making Finland a more empathic […]Read more
Tickets to the Archipelago Sea Jazz festival series were released two weeks ago, when Baltic Jazz also published the festival programme for Friday and Sunday. The programme has already piqued interest and the first tickets have been sold. As of today the 1st of March, tickets for all concerts are available and the rest of […]Read more