We want to offer a safe festival experience for you. We follow the instructions of the authorities to protect our audiences’ and artists’ and staff members’ health.
Together we will create a safe ANTI Festival experience to all!
We kindly ask you to
Book your seat (0€) in advance: antifestival.com/en/programme
or register at our venues. Thank you for sharing your contact information. We process your information according to the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union. We will contact you only in case we need to communicate about safety related issues.
Participate in the festival only when you are healthy. In case you feel sick, please stay home to rest and follow the festival in social media.
Keep a safe distance to others (1-2 m). We will remind you of this during your visit.
Wash your hands regularly throughout the day or use hand sanitizer in situations where washing your hands is not possible. We offer possibility to hand-wash and/or hand sanitizer at all our venues.
We recommend to wear a mask in situations where it is not possible to keep a safe distance to others. We sell ANTI masks at the Festival Centre and offer dispensable masks at our venues.
No handshaking, no hugging. We send you lots of warm remote hugs!
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!
ANTI Festival’ actions for your safety
We require a 14-day long quarantine in Kuopio from all our artists and guests arriving from the high risk countries listed by the Finnish government - or two COVID tests; first in the country of origin within 72 hours before travelling, and another one in Kuopio; self-isolation until receiving a negative result from the 2nd test.
Audience capacity has been limited and several artworks can be experienced alone or in small groups (3-15 people).
Participation in performances requires booking in advance or registration at the venues.
We aim at collecting participants’ contact information either through booking system or manually at the venues.
We offer a possibility to hand-wash and/or hand sanitizer at all our venues.
Queuing to bigger events (max. 200 people) will take place outdoors. We aim at organising two entrances whenever it’s possible.
We aim at organising audience seats so that we can keep the distance (min. 1 m) to others. In situations where it is not possible to keep a safe distance to others, we recommend to wear face masks.
We remind our audiences of the safety instructions.
We greet our guests from the distance; no handshaking, no hugging.
Hand sanitizer provided by