The historic Espa Stage is a summer stage located in Esplanade Park in the heart of Helsinki.
The free concerts on the summer stage attract both local residents and tourists. Young professional musicians and veteran artists from Finland and abroad are seen in dozens of concerts on the stage. In the winter season, art is seen on stage, and during the darkest time the Lux Helsinki light artwork has glowed on the stage.
Summers have traditionally been punctuated by Jazz Espa, which has been called the longest jazz festival in Finland and Etno-Espa, a folk music festival. The Espa Stage also buzzes during Night of the Arts, Helsinki Day and during other major events.
The performances continue from May to August. Concerts are arranged mainly from Wednesdays to Fridays. Arrive in good time to get the best seats. During the performances, you can enjoy refreshments on the terrace of Restaurant Kappeli opposite.
The Espa Stage is part of the City of Helsinki Culture and Leisure Division’s general cultural services.
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The first, admittedly modest music pavilion was built in front of Restaurant Kappeli in 1881.
Savoy Theatre organizes Espa Stage.
Espa Stage – The summer favourite of residents of Helsinki, holidaymakers and music enthusiasts, within a stone's throw of the Havis Amanda statue.
Esplanade Park Opposite to Restaurant Kappeli 00130 Helsinki
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