Use public transport to get to Bruce Springsteen concert
Bruce Springsteen is playing at the Olympic Stadium of Helsinki
31 of July. Around 43 000 persons are expected to attend. HSL
encourages spectators to use public transport by providing
additional bus and tram services.
To avoid traffic jams and parking problems, use public
transport to get to the concert.
If you are coming from the city centre, you can get to the
Olympic Stadium e.g. by trams
4, 4T, 7A and
10. The closest tram stop is “Töölön halli”. You
can also use any of the buses leaving from Elielinaukio and running
along Mannerheimintie. The closest bus stop is “Töölön kisahalli”.
If you are coming by train, get off at Pasila and take the
7B to the Stadium. Remember you can use the
Journey Planner to find the best route. You can search for routes
in the Helsinki metropolitan area at a desired time either on a map
or by entering addresses in search boxes.
Additional services in the evening
After the concert HSL is providing two additional tram services,
8X and 10X from 11.30pm.
There will be additional services on bus routes
40, 43, 63, 69, 231N, 248A, 270N, 345N, 452 and
453 running along Mannerheimintie in the direction off the
city centre. Also there will be additional services on commuter
58X will run every 20 minutes from 11.30pm to
1.10am along the route Jäähalli–Nordenskiöldinkatu–Pasilan
asema–Aleksis Kiven katu–Herttoniemi–Itäkeskus.