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Northern Oddity, Pure Beauty and woodland vibes

For two nights in the autumn woods by the seaside, a community, a universe reminiscent of childhood summer camps is created. A sleepover experience with 45 hours of music, art, and food for thought and soul.

The Superwood Festival by Ivana Helsinki takes place for the first time October 20th to 22nd, 2017.
The Superwood Festival brings music, art, expert talks and vegetarian food all under the same roof.
Open the door, step in, get a glass of sparkling and experience the entire festival
in a unique architectural space.  






The Superwood Festival offers gigs by most beloved indie artists and a special chance to see totally new bands on their first-ever festival performances. Aki Roukala and Pietari Pyykönen is the dynamic duo behind the music selection at the Superwood Festival. Aki Roukala is known as a photographer and organizer of the Bättre Folk festival on Hailuoto Island. Pietari Pyykönen organizes events such as the Olohuoneklubi, vegan brunch events at Tavastia and is also the co-founder of Nälkä music media. Together they run the art & music agency Is This Art.

At the Superwood Festival we’ll enjoy performers, bands and gigs from the indie, rock, electro and pop scene.


Wood Tour is a completely unique blend of music, performance art and woodland atmosphere, curated by Paola Suhonen. Magical performances in surreal set-ups by a wide variety of artists, each set designed specifically for each artist.


Finnish Art Agency, run by Laura Köönikkä, will curate an exciting, unique art exhibition presenting works by the most talented Finnish artists for the Superwood Festival.


The Superwood Festival presents a completely new festival program content;  interesting talks by reseachers, hot topics by professionals. There are 20 minute talks from a variety of academic fields giving the focused insight into the topics of today. 


This is the first festival in Finland to have only vegetarian food. The festival will focus on finding the best tastes, new producers, food for eyes, mouth and soul.


The Superwood Festival will take place in the architeturally impressing Hotel Rantapuisto. Designed by Ragnar and Martta Ypyä, it was finished in 1963 initially as a training center for Pohjoismaiden Yhdyspankki bank. The hotel and its interior, still faithful to the original 60's wood architecture aesthetics, is as vital a part of the festival as the actual lineup.

Address:  Furuborginkatu 3, 00980 Helsinki