Health, safety and responsibility are at the forefront of our organizing efforts when it comes to Archipelago Sea Jazz. We are actively following government guidelines and adhere to rules and regulations that have been set in conjunction with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Baltic Jazz and Turku Sea Jazz have been rescheduled to summer 2021. With Korpo Sea Jazz and Åland Sea Jazz, we are still waiting for further instructions from the Regional State Administrative Agency. We are also figuring out whether we can organize events in smaller venues in any capacity while adhering to all rules and regulations currently set. Final decisions will be made during May and we will inform you on the matter as soon as possible.
Baltic Jazz is a family friendly festival taking place in the historical iron works village of Dalsbruk. The festival offers a perfect blend of classical jazz, swing music and other types of jazz, bringing in both internationally renowned artists and local musicians.
Korpo Sea Jazz is a bold, modern and at times experimental jazz festival and hosts current, high profile Finnish performers. This intimate island festival invites you to leave the city far behind and experience the true rugged beauty of the archipelago, to get in touch with nature. A chance to enjoy both music and the […]
Turku Sea Jazz is a new urban city festival, an invitation to enjoy internationally renowned jazz artists, high profile Finnish ensembles and unique world music performers in the historical surroundings of the Ruissalo dockyard. It’s young and hip and reaches toward the archipelago. It’s in Turku and reaches for the world.
Archipelago Sea Jazz
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic causes changes in public events and how they are to be organized. Archipelago Sea Jazz has decided to fully postpone its four-festival series to the year 2021. We previously announced how Baltic Jazz and Turku Sea Jazz had been postponed, but final decisions have been made regarding Korpo Sea Jazz and […]Read more
Turku Sea Jazz
We have been eager to follow up the first steps of our Turku Sea Jazz festival this summer. However, as it currently stands, we are forced to build up patience and wait for another year. The Government of Finland issued a policy on 22th of April that will rule out organizing any public events of […]Read more
We were hoping to revive the Prohibition Era in Dalsbruk this summer, but we got a bit more than we bargained for. The new 20’s brought on a new type of prohibition era and we hereby announce that Baltic Jazz will be postponed to 9-11 July 2021. We care about the safety and wellbeing of […]Read more
Korpo Sea Jazz
Towards the end of July, there will be some images appearing on Facebook of Korpo Ström, the Nagu square, the church in Korpo, or the boat museum in Houtskär. Both the musicians and audience seem to be really enjoying themselves together. I wonder if a jazz festival really can create as nice of an atmosphere […]Read more