HSL will provide additional commuter train and bus services for the Ed Sheeran concerts taking place at Malmi Airport on Tuesday 23 July and Wednesday 24 July. Please allow extra time for your journeys and if need need be, use alternative routes. We encourage concert goers to travel by commuter train, on foot or by bike.
Commuter train services
There will be additional P, N and T train services from Malmi to Helsinki as well as additional I, N and T train services to Tikkurila, Helsinki Aiport and Myyrmäki, Kerava and Riihimäki. The trains will also be longer than usual. In addition, there will be additional L trains to Espoo and Kirkkonummi and additional Z trains to Kerava and Lahti at night. For detailed timetables, see the Journey Planner.
If you are from the direction of Helsinki city center, i.e. from the south, take an I or K train and get off at Malmi. The concert venue is about two kilometres or a 15-minute walk from the station.
If you are coming from the north, take a P or K train and get off at Tapanila or Malmi station. The concert venue is about two kilometers of a 15-minute walk from the stations.
Despite the addional services and extra carriages, the trains will be crowded. Please allow more time for your journey than usual.
Buy your public transport ticket in advance and remember that tickets are not sold on commuter trains. There will be queues at ticket machines so it is advisable to buy your ticket well in advance.
Only few buses operate to Malmi Airport and the buses are expected to be very crowded. Please note that despite the additional services, the buses will not be able to accommodate all passengers. We advise people to use commuter trains, where possible.
- Bus 554 will operate additional services to Itäkeskus from 10.27pm. The buses leave from bay 17 at the Malmi bus terminal.
- Bus 560 will have additional services to Rastila, Kontula and Vuosaari from 10pm. The bus leaves from bay 18 at the Malmi bus terminal.
- In addition, bus 147N will have an additional service from Kamppi to Kivenlahti at 2.05am on both nights.
The Metro will operate two hours later than usual, running every 10 minutes between Itäkeskus and Tapiola and every 20 minutes to Vuosaari and Mellunmäki.