Arabiasali is a concert venue located in Arabia district in Helsinki and functions as a concert venue for the music studies of the Pop & Jazz Conservatory and Metropolia University of Applied Sciences.


Opened in August 2019, Konepaja-sali is a new concert- and events space at the new The Train Factory in Vallilla area. Konepaja-sali is run by No Fear Agency & Promotion Oy.

Sello Hall

Sello Hall in Leppävaara in Espoo, close to Sello shopping mall, is acoustically one of the best chamber music halls in Finland. The hall has 400 seats and thanks to the adaptable acoustics various art forms can be enjoyed here. There are about 300 events annually in the Sello Hall. The programme includes high quality classical and rhythm music concerts, opera, dance, theatre and children's culture.

The Helsinki Ice Hall

Helsinki Ice Hall (Helsingin Jäähalli), designed by Jaakko Kontio and Kalle Räike, was opened 1st October 1966 and is the oldest ice hall in Helsinki. Originally it was designed for the Ice Hockey World Championship in 1965.

The Helsinki Ice Hall is the home arena for the icehockey team HIFK. There are also concerts, exhibitions and fairs held here, as well as a flea market on Saturdays and Sundays when the Ice Hall is free from other events.

Kulttuuritalo - Helsinki Hall of Culture

The classically stylish and architecturally distinctive Helsinki Hall of Culture, designed by renowned architect Alvar Aalto, opened in 1958. The year-round programme of events includes galas, pop and rock concerts by world-class acts, classical concerts, concerts by top Finnish bands and singers, and stand-up comedy shows.

It is possible to visit the building on a guided tour. Guided tours are organized upon request in collaboration with the Alvar Aalto Foundation, for more information please contact [email protected]. It is also possbile to visit the House of Culture during events. There's also a lunch restaurant, Sture4.


Vuotalo provides a wide range of cultural events, changing exhibitions in the gallery, and art education activities intended for children, young people, day care centres and schools.

The programme features films, matinees and a variety of concerts for both children and adults.

In the building also Vuosaari library and Pokkari café.