Tickets for Crusell Music Festival 2021 are now available in Lippu.fi webstore and their places of sale.
You can also order tickets by phone from Lippupiste service number +358 600 900 900 (1,97 per each starting min + standard local network/mobile rate). Handling fee will be added to the price when needed.
Starting June 1, the tourist information office of Uusikaupunki will also sell tickets.
Address: Rauhankatu 10, tel. 050 420 5333.
You can reserve tickets from Uusikaupunki Culture Services, tel. 050 4205 401.
NOTICE: Due to the epidemic situation only a limited number of tickets are available. More tickets might become available as restrictions change.
All concert tickets will be sold unnumbered and seats will be assigned to members of the audience in order of arrival. The organizer will instruct the audience if keeping a safe distance requires it. The organizer has the right to reserve seats from the audience to their own use and for groups.
WE ADHERE TO THE GUIDELINES SET BY OFFICIALS TO MAKE THE EVENT SAFE.
Concerts with two prices:
The first price is the normal price, and the second lower price is for pensioners and students.
The prices include a service fee.
A handling fee will be added to the price when needed.
The tickets can not be switched are they are nonrefundable.
Reserved tickets need to be reclaimed from the tourist information office of Uusikaupunki by June 30, 2021.
You can get a 10% discount from concerts that are marked with this logo from Lippupiste service points when using a S-Card.
Uusikaupunki Culture Services I firstname.lastname@example.org
The Crusell Music Festival program has been published in March 2021. The epidemic situation may cause changes to the program. We reserve the rights to make changes to the program.
Tickets: starting 15€
Composer Olli Kortekangas’ monologue opera for a singer, dancer, organ and clarinet, cello and piano is based on Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s book Letters and Papers from Prison. The performers in this premiere include bass-baritone Nicholas Söderlund, clarinetist Tuulia Ylönen and dancer Minna Tervamäki.