EuroGames & Helsinki Pride 2016 Closing Party
Saturday 2nd of July at 21:00 – 4:00
@Cable Factory (Kaapelitehdas), Tallberginkatu 1
The biggest gay party ever in Finland with 3 dance floors and live performers.
Tickets available for 25 € (+ credit card charges). Buy yours now or get it at the EuroGames Village.
Note, that the ticket is not included in the sports pass!
Musical “The Land of the Midnight Fun”
30.6., 1.7., 2.7. 19.00
“The Land of the Midnight Fun” is a rainbow-colored musical about Finnish summer. On their way from Lapland to Helsinki an international group of travellers experience a joyful and unforgettable Midsummer full of magic and love. How does Finnish summer madness look through the eyes of foreigners? On this white night anything can happen! “The Land of the Midnight Fun” is a fun and crazy musical journey through Finland. On Midsummer Night a colorful group of passengers witness the true Finnish summer madness. In many ways!
The project is a joint production of Helsinki Gay theatre HGT, Gay choir Out n’loud and HOT (the sports club hosting the EuroGames). The language of the musical is English and Finnish.
More information about the musical on page midnightfun.info
Tickets available here. Discounted price (with code EG16) for EuroGames participants is 30,50 €.
Tom of Finland Exhibition
Tuesday – Sunday
@Helsinki Kunsthalle, Nervanderinkatu 3, Helsinki
The largest collection ever presented of Touko Laaksonen’s art work.
Tove Jansson exhibition
Tuesday – Sunday 11.00 – 19.00
@Helsinki Art Museum (HAM)
Conference “Equality and Diversity in Sports”
1.7. 11.00 – 17.00
@Kiasma, museum of contemporary art
Discussions and presentations focusing on gender and sexual minorities’ position in amateur and youth sports. Experiences, research results and best practises from Finland and Europe.
Entry to the conference is free. Sign up by emailing to email@example.com. Let us know your name, whom do you represent (if applicable) and your home country. There will be some free chairs, so you are welcome to join all or some of the sessions even without signing up.
Event in Facebook.
11-12 Opening session: Why do we need equality and diversity in sports?
12-13 Lunch break
13-14:30 LGBTI inclusion in children’s and youth’s sports – Panel discussion
14:30 – 15:00 Coffee break
15:00 – 16:30 Good practices of inclusion in sports clubs – Presentations
16:30 – 17:00 Wrap up session
Note, that 1.7. there is a free entrance to the Kiasma exhibitions as well!
Yoga classes & workshops
Thursday – Saturday
@It’s Yoga, Haukilahdenkatu 2 D, 00550 Helsinki
Yoga Teacher: Jari Kauppi, ERYT 500
“My Purpose is to be a creative, supportive and effective Rocket Yoga facilitator, so my students can learn to feel & love the Rocket, and we all can have the benefits of Yoga.”
Tickets available here. Prices: 12,50 € / class and 24 € / workshop.
Helsinki Pride takes place June 27th – July 3rd. Keep up to date with the information in the Helsinki Pride pages or check out this Program for Pride week & EuroGames 2016.