You can get to the festival grounds by foot or by bike. Festival buses and taxes will drop you off at the festival bus station, located about two kilometers from the festival grounds, next to Ruissalo Bridge. Bicycle parking can be found near the main entrance.
Accessible arrival at the festival grounds is possible by accessible taxi or with a disabled parking permit or a parking card for people with reduced mobility issued by the Finnish Transport and Communications Agency (Traficom). Both the accessible taxi stand and the accessible parking spaces are located about 400 meters from the accessible entrance.
A free accessible shuttle service carries passengers from Ruisrock to the city center. The accessible shuttle is Ruisrock’s very own accessible taxi that can transport several wheelchair users and other users of accessibility services, including their assistants and interpreters. The service is intended only for people using our accessibility services and their assistants and interpreters.
Accessible parking area
The accessible parking area is located about 400 meters from the accessible entrance. The asphalt parking area has a limited number of accessible parking spaces.
You may park your car in the accessible parking area if you have a disabled parking permit or a parking card for people with reduced mobility issued by the Finnish Transport and Communications Agency (Traficom).
If you need more information about arriving by car or taxi, you can always contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The festival grounds can be accessed through the main entrance or through a separate accessible entrance. The accessible entrance is located about 400 meters from the accessible parking area. The route to the accessible entrance consists of asphalt and hardpack gravel. At the entrance, you will undergo a security check, your festival tickets will be scanned electronically and the general festival guidelines will be followed.
The accessible entrance can be used by people with a visual or hearing impairment, people with temporarily reduced mobility and people with reduced mobility due to a physical injury or disability. Assistants and interpreters may also use the accessible entrance together with the person they are accompanying.