Kuva: Jussi Hellsten

Tori Quarters’ Street Festival

News   13.7.2017

The Tori Quarters' Street Festival is here again and it's glorious as ever! All the best bits from earlier years have been chosen for this year's festival in order to make it an unforgettable party for everyone: Music, good food, tasty drinks, happy atmosphere and entertainment for both children and adults.

The Tori Quarters are the New Old Town of Helsinki, a unique and historic area between the Market Square and the Senate Square. This Summer Tori Quarters are finally fully renovated and as beautiful as it gets, so it's time for some proper celebration. The annual Tori Quarters' Street Festival is now held on the entire area. Tori Quarters include beautiful inner yards with 16 restaurants and caffees, two walking avenues with terraces and beautiful buildings and much more.

The program lasts for the entire day offering something for everyone.

The music program starts at noon. The Lunch Concert is held in Bryggeri Helsinki’s terrace where the menu is made to fit the African vibed music. Next is up the children’s band Jytäjyrsijät in Katariinankatu street.

At 3 pm the touching M takes the stage. Her sound will surely charm anyone, no matter the age or gender. In the early evening Pekko Käppi comes and spices things up with energetic and danceable rhymes.

LIVE MUSIC at Bryggeri Helsinki inner yeard stage between Sofiankatu street and Unioninkatu street

12.00 ANTTI AUTIO, Lunch Concert
15.00 M

DJ & VIBES at restaurant Chapter's terrace

10.00-14.00 Bassolive; Tings
20.00-02.00 Jori Hulkkonen; Ydintalvipuutarha

Sofiankatu street

12–16 FILM SCREENINGS, art house cinema Kino Engel, Sofiankatu 4
(12.00 Little Prince (in Finnish), 12.00 Renoir, 14.00 When Marnie Was There (in Finnish)
14.00 Return to Ithica)
+ evening’s screenings and CINEMA AL FRESCO in the Café Engel inner yard

13–21 KOTI Sleep Over exhibition open
KOTI Sleepover is held in the Sofiankatu 4 building. KOTI (Finnish for home) is an art and design installation conceived by Linda Bergroth and commissioned and produced by the Finnish institute in Paris. After 100 days of success in Paris, KOTI moves to the centre of Helsinki to be experienced at the Tori Quarters, in Sofiankatu 4's renovated art nouveau halls.

City Hall’s inner yard

Tori Quarter’s Central Park: music, restaurants and chilling out

NIGHT CLUB AT 8PM -> Sit down at restaurant Chapter’s atmospheric terrace and enjoy

Katariinankatu street

12–18 Children's programme: traditional games, children’s pop up play ground, the Tori Quarters mail office, Tori Quarters travel gift card lottery, Robert’s Coffee’s artesan ice cream, Sweet Story Candy Factory store and the Children’s Museum (free entrance, always open for all)