In the turmoil of mosh pit or festival feeling one can sometimes accidentally become separated from one’s belongings. Tuska’s lost & found is located at the Tuska Info point, next to the Cirko building. You can go ask after your belongings from there.
Saturday was sold out - thank you Tuska people! Soon the final day of Tuska 2022 begins and it means the party continues. Are you ready? The heavy delivery will be provided to you by Deftones, Jinjer and Stratovarius among loads of other bands. The gates open at 2pm and the music will play at 2.10 pm.
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Metal royalty of Mercyful Fate showed sold out Tuska crowds how it’s done. 17 500 metallers loved every minute of the sweaty Saturday in Suvilahti, Helsinki.
It's Tuska Saturday – let's go! If you need to wake yourself up after last evening, there's quality coffee on the festival grounds: With Lehmus Roastery's delicious cup of joe you'll get the contrast back in your corpse paint. You'll find Lehmus in Kattilahalli.
The return of Tuska is for real! After 2 year mandatory hiatus, Tuska is finally back. Perfect weather accompanied record breaking 16 500 metalheads as they enjoyed the fantastic program and the new and improved services.
Tuska 2022: The versatile festival area art selection draws inspiration for example from mythology and circular economy30.6.2022
This year there’s more festival area art than ever in Tuska. The versatile art selection features several artists and collectives that create pieces of art to Tuska grounds. Subjects vary from human mind, mythology and folklore, modern way of life, death and local culture. Art is visible around the festival grounds and also at Redi’s Tuska Check-in by the wristband exchange.
The festival weekend is upon us! Here’s a list of tips on how you can act sustainably at Tuska.
Children between 0-9 years old are welcome to Tuska festival area on Sunday, July 3rd between 2-5pm, accompanied by an adult with a valid Tuska ticket. Tuska Check in at Redi serves program to children before festival gates open, on Sunday between 1-2pm. In Redi there will be an air guitar show and an air guitar workshop for the whole family.
Helsinki’s Suvilahti will again witness a metal tribe pilgrimage after a few years break when Tuska, the biggest metal festival in the Nordics, is celebrated from Friday to Sunday, 1st—3rd July. The live acts include bands such as Korn, Mercyful Fate, Deftones, Kreator, Carcass, Amorphis, Jinjer, Devin Townsend and Stam1na.