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.
Experience the atmosphere of Baltic Jazz 2023 with our aftermovie made by Juha Kurri.
Background of the visual identity of Baltic Jazz Festival this year features a beautiful cliff photograph against the sea by photographer Milla Rasila, who resides in Kimito Island. Milla has also been chosen as the official photographer for our festival, which will take place from July 5th to 7th, 2024. The festival program was completed […]Read more
Baltic Jazz will be held next summer for the 36th time on the first weekend of July, July 5-7 2024. Program planning of the festival has already started under the leadership of the festival’s creative director Antti Sarpila, and the program will be published during the early months of next year. In the unique iron […]Read more
Baltic Jazz 2023 will be remembered as warm, happy and atmospheric! Many thanks to everyone who were as a part of making this year’s festival possible – artists, audience, volunteers, partners, financiers and also everyone else who has been involved in supporting us on our journey in one way or another! Pictures: Juha KurriRead more
Baltic Jazz Saturday will have program from morning until late in the evening. The highlights of the day are Picnic in the Park containing three concerts (concerts 7-9) starting at 2 pm on the park stage and Swing Factory starting at 8 pm in the Mechanical Workshop in the evening, both featuring not only top […]Read more