Qstock 2020 special price christmas tickets for sale now!
2 DAYS – 115 € + processing fee 4 €
2 DAYS VIP – 280 € + processing fee 4 €
1.1.2020 – 31.3.2020
2 DAYS – 127 € + processing fee 4 €
2 DAYS VIP – 290 € + processing fee 4 €
2 DAYS – 135 € + processing fee 4 €
2 DAYS VIP – 290 € + processing fee 4 €
Official TICKET VENDOR: TICKETMASTER FINLAND
Ticketmaster Finland is the only ticket sales service provider for Qstock Festival. Please purchase your ticket only from the official vendor through Ticketmaster ticketing channels.
Read more about the processing and delivery fees at the Ticketmaster Finland website. You can contact Ticketmaster Finland with any questions concerning the sales. Ticket sales at the gate will be opened if any advance tickets are left unsold.
One-day ticket sales will begin in January 2020.
Purchasing limits and usage of tickets
Purchasing limit: 10 tickets / customer
TICKETS MUST NOT BE USED AS PRIZES FOR LOTTERIES OR COMPETITIONS WITHOUT A WRITTEN CONSENT FROM QSTOCK OY.
Osuuskauppa Arina offers owners’ discount for Qstock ticket – SOLD OUT!
Osuuskauppa Arina offers Christmas Qstock tickets purchased at Prisma stores in Oulu, Kempele, Kemi, Tornio and Rovaniemi with an S co-op membership card for 105 € + processing fee 4 €. A limited number of discount tickets available between 28 November and 31 December. Buying a ticket does not increase owner’s bonus.
Paying with culture vouchers
Smartum exercise and culture vouchers, Smartum credit card plus Tyky-Kuntoseteli+ vouchers (for culture) as well as Edenred Virikeseteli vouchers are all applicable as payment at Ticketmaster Finland outlets, depending on the individual outlet. The event organiser cannot influence which outlets accept which voucher.
Age limits and free wristbands
There is no age limit for attending the Qstock festival. Under 10-year-olds (born on 26 July 2010 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 wristband exchange next to the main festival gates. Age must be verified.
Enemmän Elämää! packages for over 60-year-olds for sale in Oulu starting 30 Jan 2020
People over the age of 60 can once again attend the festival through the Enemmän Elämää! ticket package offered by Qstock, Hukka Health Club and Kaleva newspaper. Sales begin on 30 January at Hukka Health Club in Oulu.
Please note: A limited number of Enemmän Elämää! packages is available.
The proceeds will be donated to leisure activities for disadvantaged children and youth in Oulu. The fundraising is organised by Oulu Deaconess Institute, which will target the proceeds to proper objectives. Only persons over 60 years of age can attend the festival with a Enemmän Elämää! wristband, but also a younger person can purchase the package for an older one as a gift.
Age must be verified at the festival entrance gates by providing valid proof of identification.
Free 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 the wristband exchange next to the main festival gates in the company of the assisted person. The wristband exchange serves customers during the festival, 24 – 25 July 2020. Only one assistant per aided person is entitled to a free wristband. The assisted person must have a Qstock ticket or wristband.
Qstock festival Qstock festival recommends that all festival guests under the age of 15 enter the festival area in the company of an adult. The nature of such a big public event makes safety a collective issue for all festival guests, and Qstock provides these guidelines to further this cause.
Qstock takes place in Kuusisaari and Raatti area in Oulu on 24 and 25 July 2020. Qstock has been sold out for seven summers in a row, and the event is established as one of the biggest festivals in Finland. Last year the festival gathered a record-breaking attendance of 40,000 people over two days.