Ticket info, conditions and Q&A

Ticket packages

Make sure to select the preferred lodging when buying your ticket.

Thu-Sun (4.-7.8.) camping package: 125 €
This ticket includes an entry to the festival & all its program, main meals and a camping spot in the camping area and sauna/shower facilities. You will need to bring your own tent and sleeping gear! This ticket is for adults and children over 4 years of age.

Thu-Sun (4.-7.8.) barn accommodation package: 150 €
This ticket includes an entry to the festival & all its program, main meals and a spot in the barn mattress sleeping area and sauna/shower facilities. You will need to bring your own sleeping gear (mattress and sleeping bag)! This ticket is for adults and children over 4 years of age.

Thu-Sun (4.-7.8.) shared room accommodation package: 180 €
This ticket includes an entry to the festival & all its program, main meals and a sleeping place in a shared room and sauna/shower facilities. Bed linen are provided. This ticket is for adults and children over 4 years of age.

Friday or Saturday one day tickets without lodging possibility: 50 € / day
This one day ticket includes an entry to the festival & all its program, lunch and dinner either on Friday 5th or Friday 6th August ‘22.  This ticket is for adults and children over 4 years of age.

 

Payment & refunds

All tickets can be purchased at the Finnish permaculture association’s web shop.

If you have trouble buying a ticket, contact us at festival [at] permakulttuuri [dot] fi

No cancellations or refunds (unless the event must be cancelled due to corona etc, your money will be retured in full), but feel free to sell on your ticket if you can’t make it after all.

 

Accommocation info

Camping

general camping area adjacent to the event site Rautiala festive house. You will need to bring your own tent and sleeping gear. Shared dry toilet facilities close to the area.

Barn accommodation

Sleeping in the big barn on mattresses (bring your own) in a shared space. Mattresses need to be moved to the walls for the day. Shared dry toilet facilities in the building.

Shared rooms

Sleeping in a bed in a shared room, bed linen is provided. Rooms are located in small, simple buildings across the event site. Some buildings have a water toilet, others do not have toilet facilities -> shared facilities nearby.

There are rooms for 2, 3 and 4 people as well as some double beds plus family rooms with space for a bring-your-own baby bed available, so if you come with family or friends you can have your own ”private” room. Write who you want to share with in the comments of the webshop or pay for the whole party at once - which is easiest.


Meals

Breakfast is served by Kurjen ecovillage and will be a simple but satisfying, porridge-based meal with toppings, coffee and tea.
Day meals on Friday and Saturday (lunch, dinner) are prepared to us by the local catering company Tiina Kranssi Oy. Lunches are buffet-style soups accompanied with bread, beverages and dessert, and dinner is a wok-style food, including beverages.

There will be a self-service coffee and snack vending station onsite and a café daily after lunchtime for the sweet tooth and snack needs. Please take cash (euros) with you to use the snack station and café!

All food is lactose-free and vegetarian. You can tell us if you need vegan and/or gluten free food in the comments while making your payment.

Thursday’s diner will be potluck style with some help from Kurjen ecovillage, so please bring a share to the common table!

Please bring your own plate, cutlery and mug.

 

Q&A (Questions and Answers)

My child is 6 years old, do I have to buy them a full ticket?
We have to pay for every sleeping place and every meal we provide to you. If your five-or-six-year-old eats mostly from your plate and (if you have booked a room) sleeps in your bed it’s ok to say they’re four. If they’d like their own plates of food and needs their own bed, please pay for them, as we will have to pay for their spot, too.

Will there be drinking onsite?
No, this is a sober and of course completely drug-free event. There will be designated places for smoking tobacco.

Are there tents available onsite?
No, you will need to bring your own tent. There will be a few, small extra tents onsite for campers - as a last resort. 

Can I come with my caravan?
Ask. We have a few caravan places at camping prices. No caravan facilities or electricity available. Contact us before booking at festival [at] permakulttuuri [dot] fi to clarify availability.

Why does a permaculture festival cost anything? Isn’t this kind of thing supposed to be free?
Well, no. Permaculture is not and has never been an anti-money movement in itself. To think that ”everything permaculture” should be free is just not correct.

When it comes to fair share, an integral ethic of permaculture, it is sometimes fair that things, events or courses are free. In fact, the program of this event is very much for free, as it is from us for us, co-created by the community and no teacher is getting paid to share their work. What the fee covers is the food, accommodation and the facilities that are needed to create such a festival. Costs exist and there is no ”someone” who can cover them for everyone. The fees are fair: no one is making a profit out of this festival. All the money that comes in as ticket fees, sponsor money or donations is used to create the festival, and a little bit is donated on to the next year’s festival – just like we got a donation from the Swedish permaculture association.