Great Festival in a Small Village
Welcome to the Kaustinen Folk Music Festival once more on 11th - 17th July 2022
The Kaustinen Folk Music Festival has been one of the most important folk music events in the Nordic countries and throughout Europe for more than five decades. Our visitors return to this family-friendly festival year after year - the atmosphere in Kaustinen is unforgettable.
In July, Kaustinen, a Central Ostrobothnian village with 4,300 inhabitants, invites tens of thousands of guests year after year to enjoy the happiest days of the summer. From the very beginning, the festival has been built on the basis of a strong, unbroken Kaustinen fiddling tradition, and the fiddling spirit of four centuries still lives in the strong and dynamic Kaustinen region. There's plenty of time for jamming around the clock and the numerous facilities of the festival area and the Kaustinen area provide a good setting for a longer or shorter visit. Everyone enjoys Kaustinen!
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Getting Here and Parking
Kaustinen is situated at the intersection of highways 13 and 63.The nearest railway station is located in Kokkola.45 km From Kaustinenthe nearest airport is in Kruunupyy (Kokkola-Pietarsaari Airport), about half an hour's drive from Kaustinen. Busservices can be found on Matkahuolto's website.
There are several free parking spaces for festival guests in the vicinity of the festival area. Camping is not allowed in the parking areas.
Kaustisen ja lähialueen majoitusvaihtoehtoja löydät täältä.
Equality and non-discrimination
The Kaustinen Folk Music Festival is a 100% equal and equal festival and we welcome every musician and festival guest as they are. We do not condone any form of discrimination or harassment based on, for example, gender, ethnicity, color, or sexual orientation.
If you, your friend or other festival guests see or experience behaviour that feels distressing or inappropriate, or does not in any way support equality and non-discrimination, please report it to our festival stewards or other staff.
We insist that folk musicians, festival guests and festival staff members respect each other, and behave well around each other.
Let's make the Kaustinen Folk Music Festival the happiest days of the summer!