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Suomenlinna

Suomenlinna is a historical sea fortress and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The fortress is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Finland with about one million visitors every year. Suomenlinna is also a city district and a home of about 800 residents. The fortress is situated only a 15-minute sea trip away from the Helsinki city centre. There are museums, restaurants, cafés, and arts and crafts studios open at all seasons. Suomenlinna hosts several events year-round.

Suomenlinna is part of Helsinki archipelago and we are happy to be able to enjoy archipelago nature as well as magical, historical buildings - still very close to the centre of Helsinki - capital of Finland.

More info about Suomenlinna: https://www.suomenlinna.fi/en

The first three years, 2016 - 2018 Magnesia festival was held on the Lonna island, but in 2019 we moved to the fortress next door in order to get more space for the festival.

The heart of the festival in Suomenlinna is located around the old hangar building which is the main stage of Magnesia as well as next to Restaurant Susisaaren ruokala, but there are several, beautiful workshop spaces around Suomenlinna. In 2020 the venue consists of the following spaces:

Main Stage 
(capacity 180 festival guests)

Tenalji von Fersen 
 (capacity 200 festival guests)

Pirunkirkko 
(capacity 100 festival guests)

Myllysali 
(capacity 80 festival guests)

Ruutikellari 
(capacity 60 festival guests)

Pajasali 
(capacity 60 festival guests)

Mastovaja 
(capacity 50 festival guests)

Korppukuivaamon corridor 
(capacity 30-40 festival guests)

Varuskuntakenttä 
(outdoors - capacity several hundred festival guests)

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Magnesia Festival 31.7.-2.8.2020, Suomenlinna

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