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.
The festival programme is a golden tribute to the Roaring Twenties and offers music from the heyday of speakeasies, dance shows and silent films with live piano accompaniment. In addition to domestic jazz musicians, international artists from France, Sweden and Estonia will perform. Advance tickets are sold at Tiketti.
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Together with the other festivals in the Archipelago Sea Jazz festival series, Baltic Jazz has begun ticket sales for summer 2021. The festival will largely offer the same programme as planned for summer 2020. Tickets can be bought in advance via Tiketti. When purchasing tickets, it is possible to support the Baltic Sea by making a […]Read more
Baltic Jazz will participate in the traditional Apple Day at Söderlångvik Manor on the 26th of September by offering a free piano concert with Antti Sarpila. Yes, you read it right – the famous clarinetist and saxophonist is also a talented pianist! You are in for an entertaining stride piano concert in the exquisite manor […]Read more
We were hoping to revive the Prohibition Era in Dalsbruk this summer, but we got a bit more than we bargained for. The new 20’s brought on a new type of prohibition era and we hereby announce that Baltic Jazz will be postponed to 9-11 July 2021. We care about the safety and wellbeing of […]Read more
The application for vending spots at Baltic Jazz is now open until 14 April! The vending spots are located right next to the guest harbour on Jazz Street and Swing Street. The Park is also available for food vendors during our park concerts. This year we offer more complimentary programme on the Jazz Street Stage […]Read more