The programme is out now! Check it out here.!

Festival Norpas 1 day pass (Fri or Sat) costs 50€. 2 days pass (Fri-Sat) costs 90€. The ticket gets you into all the day's performances, except for the workshops, which require a separate ticket. The pass will get you into the events, but please note that the arenas are of different sizes. By arriving in time before the event, you can guarantee your place. Buy your tickets in the Norpas online shop!

Sunday's programme offers a wide choice:

Taiteen ja Meren äärellä

The Art and the Sea programme takes the audience to the forest and seaside nature trail of Kemiönsaari. Read more here..

On Sunday, there is also the possibility to hop on board the Eugenia boat. 

Vänoxa Ohoj!

Welcome to enjoy a music-filled day cruise to the archipelago! Read more here..

If you prefer to stay in the festival area on Sunday, there will be screenings of re-runs of films at Bio Pony. You can access the films with a festival wristband or by buying a single ticket at the cinema.


There are accommodation options available at Taalintehdas and Kemiönsaari. In addition Norpas provides a mattress accommodation at the school of Taalintehdas. There's also a camping area and marina in Taalintehdas.

Find more information here.

Festival bus HKI-Norpas-HKI

Perjantaina 4.8. klo 10:00 Kiasman edestä lähtee festaribussi kohti Norpasta. Paluu on sunnuntaina 6.8. klo 17:00. Matka kestää noin 2h 45min. Hinta 25 € meno-paluu tai 16 € yhteen suuntaan.

Taalintehtaalle kulkevat myös julkiset bussivuorot ja aivan kylän keskustassa on myös vierasvenesatama. 

Osta festaribussiin liput here.

Drinking water and Toilets

The water stations are located at the festival site and at the market square on the wall of K-Kompis. Toilets can be found inside of Verstas or in front of Valimo. Also at the market square, and Bio Pony. Accessible toilets are located at Verstas and the market square.


The festival takes place across the village of Taalintehdas and Kubu and majority of the venues are not completely accessible. The ticket sellers and other volunteers will aid if needed. If you require any help, you can be in contact in advance to the info-phone 045 2361861.

The volunteers are allowed free entry to the shows, but should book in advance. The workshops with limited slots and those outside of the festival pass should also be booked in advance.

For further accessibility information please contact

We apologise that the festival site is not for all an accessible area.

Festivaalialueen kartta

Festival Info and ticket office

Festival info and ticket office are located at Tullinmäentie 5-7. You can pick up a pre-purchased wristband at the ticket office. The point is open as follows:

Thur: 11-16

Fri: 11-00 (After 19 at Verstas door)

Sat: 11-00 (After 19 at Verstas door)

Sun: 9-10:30

You can only pay by card at the festival ticket point.

Infon puh: +358 44 9391605

Additional services

The festival is located next to a pond, lake and the sea, available to jump into for a swim at anytime.

The festival- and camping sites have many water stations. Swimming and drinking water are free.

Services at Taalintehdas

Everything is within walking distance at Taalintehdas. The center lies within 200m from the festival site and grocery stores, an ATM, Alko, restaurants, library, guest boat harbour, health center, pharmacy, post office/ matkahuolto and cafes can be found there. The market square is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays between 8-13.

The Residence is located very close to a large lake and to the sea and there are peaceful forests, cliffs and marshes throughout the surrounding area. ​Three beautiful nature trails of varying length begin in Taalintehdas and a multitude of other amazing, natural sights are just a bike ride away. You can set off to explore the Archipelago Sea from the harbour in your own boat or on scheduled, public ferry services.


At the festival site amidst the woods by the pond is an old worker’s sauna “Gamla Bastun” or “Masuunisauna”, which is available for the audience with a 10€ usage fee. Ask for more informstion about opening hours at the info.

Safety and regulations

Festival Norpas is a non-discriminatory event. Norpas employees, staff, volunteers, guests and performers are all committed to the principles of safer spaces to make our event safe for everyone. 

Safer Space Guidelines:

  • Respect the personal space and autonomy of others.
  • Do not mock, berate or embarrass another by your actions or speech.
  • Do not generalize or make assumptions about another's background, experiences, gender or sexuality.
  • Have an open mind about new topics, people and perspectives.
  • Listen and learn, and be open to feedback.
  • Apologise if you have offended someone.

If you encounter inappropriate behaviour at the festival, please report it to the festival staff, first aid team or steward.

Norpa has an age limit for only a few screenings, but please remember to be mindful of the youngest and eldest attendees of the festival with your behaviour at all times.

In the evenings a SPR first aid tent and during daytime the medical team are found on the site, you can reach them through the info.


Accreditation is designated for the performers and media- and culture field representatives that work through the festival.

Accreditation is confirmed by sending a brief email to Please include “Accreditation” in the email's title.

Please include a short description of yourself and your reason for applying to accreditation as well as your arrival time and duration of your stay at the festival.

We will contact everyone with approved applications before the beginning of the festival. If your application is approved, your wristband/ festival pass can be claimed at the info with your name.

Lost and Found

All found lost property will be delivered to the info during the festival. After the festival any lost property enquiries should be made within a week to our executive manager at 045 2362861 or