One- and two-day ticketst
You can enter the festival area with a Qstock wristband. You can leave and re-enter the area during the same day. You can exchange your ticket for Friday, Saturday or both days for a wristband in advance during the festival week (25–28 July 2017) at several exchange locations in Oulu city centre. The exchange hours for all the wristband exchange locations will be announced in early July. You can avoid unnecessary queuing at the festival area by exchanging your ticket in advance.
- Summer Street at Valkea Shopping Centre, Isokatu 25
- Amarillo, Kirkkokatu 15
- Toriportti, Torikatu 18
- Musiikki-Kullas, Torikatu 12
- Torinranta, Oulu Market Square
- Restaurant Nallikari, Nallikarinranta 15
- Puistokahvila Makia Café, , Otto Karhi Park
- NEW! Kure Store, Hallituskatu 30
All ticket types can be exchanged for wristbands also at the festival entrance gates
Exclusive and 2-Day Upgrade tickets will be exchanged for an Exclusive pass at the accreditation desk in the ground floor lobby of Raatti Public Bath next to the entrance gates.
NInternet tickets – eTicket = e-mail or mobile ticket
Ticketmaster has introduced a new form of electronic ticket, the eTicket. The eTicket combines an e-mail ticket and a mobile ticket into one handy and user-friendly type of delivery. After the purchase, the tickets will be sent directly into your e-mail, and the ticket can also be downloaded from your personal page at the Ticketmaster online store. You can print the tickets out on paper or open a link on your smartphone. In this case, you must have internet access on your phone to use the ticket. Please note that a confirmation of order does not work as a ticket.
The ticket’s bar code will be scanned at the wristband exchange. After this, the same bar code will not be accepted again. If someone attempts to use a bar code more than once, the reader will alert the staff. Take care of your ticket!
Tickemaster customer service will help you also with any questions concerning the purchase and collection of the ticket, on Ticketmaster’s Help pages or via their phone service 0600 10 800 (1,98 euros/min + local network charge) or 0600 10 020 (6,79 euros/call + local network charge). Open Mon–Sat 8 a.m.–9 p.m. and Sundays 10 a.m.–6 p.m. (Exceptions possible.)
Ticketmaster staff will also be present at the wristband exchange by the festival gates during Qstock. They will help you sort out any problems.
Age limits and free wristbands
There is no age limit for entering Qstock 28–29 July 2017. Under 10-year-olds (born on 30 July 2007 or later) can access the festival for free.
Under 10-year-olds are guaranteed a free wristband in the company of an adult who has purchased a ticket. A maximum of two children under 10 are allowed to enter the festival area in the company of an adult who has a ticket. Free wristbands can be collected from the accreditation desk in the ground floor lobby of Raatti Public Bath (Raatintie 2). Age must be verified.
Assistant wristbands for people with mobility impairments:
If your disability requires you to have an assistant present, he or she can collect a free wristband at the accreditation desk in your company. The accreditation desk is located in the ground floor lobby of Raatti Public Bath (Raatintie 2) in the immediate vicinity of the festival area and open during the festival on 28 and 29 July. Only one assistant per aided person is entitled to a free wristband. The assisted person must have a Qstock ticket or wristband. The need for an assistant must be proven by medical certificate or similar documentation.
Fri 28 July 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Sat 29 July 9.30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
More details about free wristbands: Accreditation Officer ina.westerlund @ qstock.fi
Enemmän Elämää! wristbands for over 60-year-olds
Only people of over 60 years of age can attend the festival with the special Enemmän Elämää! Wristband. The entrants must verify their age at the festival gates by providing an official ID.
Read more about the Enemmän Elämää! tickets here.
N.B! You cannot enter the festival area with a broken wristband, nor does the festival organisation accept any liability for broken wristbands..