Performing arts and festivals on the Culture Tram as of 11 January

The Culture Tram will resume operation on route 7B after
Christmas break on Wednesday 11 January. The program of cultural
activities will be even more extensive than before for passengers
can enjoy performing arts on all days the tram operates, i.e. from
Wednesday to Friday.

In January, the performers will include, among others,
singer-songwriter Maija Moisio; Hohka, a group performing modern
folk music; Swedish pop/folk musician Third Brother; Siitä pitäen
poetry reading group with composer-musician Petra Lampinen; and
rock-trio Puhuri. In addition to live performances, there will also
be four photo exhibitions during the year. Cooperation with the
Distribution Centre for Finnish Media Art will also continue.

Every month, the Culture Tram program will also feature
tidbits of one city festival taking place in Helsinki. This year,
the festivals featured in the program include, among others,
Docpoint in January as well as Flow, Pixeliähky, Circo, Stage and
Helsinki Design Week. Live performances take place on Wednesdays,
Thursdays and Fridays between 5.14pm and 6.070pm, starting from the
Töölön halli tram stop on Mannerheimintie (in the direction of the
city center).

The Culture tram is a joint project of HSL, HKL and Korjaamo
Culture Factory. The program is produced by Korjaamo. A more
detailed program is available at

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