Tens of municipalities and regions are involved in Kaikukortti activities. Each local network maintains its own Kaikukortti website that describes in more detail where the card can be obtained and used in the given locality. Exact information on which performances and events the card applies to can be found on the websites of the participating cultural venues.
The aim is that Kaikukortti will gradually spread to all the interested localities. What does launching Kaikukortti activities in a new locality require? Read more in the section Launching Kaikukortti activities in your locality.
Kaikukortti is so far being used or piloted in the following localities:
- Espoo. See also Espoo Kaikukortti on Facebook (in Finnish).
- Imatra (in Finnish) Pilot until 31.12.2021
- Järvilakeus region (Kauhava, Evijärvi and Lappajärvi) (in Finnish)
- Kainuu region (in Finnish)
- Kanta-Häme (in Finnish) Pilot until 31.12.2021
- Karkkila (in Finnish)
- Kauniainen (in Finnish)
- Kemi (in Finnish)
- Kempele (in Finnish)
- Keski-Pohjanmaa region and Kruunupyy (in Finnish)
- Lappeenranta (in Finnish)
- Lohja (in Finnish)
- Nivala (in Finnish)
- Oulu. See also Oulu Kaikukortti on Facebook (in Finnish).
- Rovaniemi (in Finnish)
- Savonlinna (in Finnish)
- Seinäjoki (in Finnish) Pilot until 30.6.2022
- Tampere (the link will be updated when the pilot starts during 2021)
- Vaasa (in Finnish).
A Kaikukortti pilot means that the system is being used for the first time in the locality. After the pilot, the locality decides whether the system will be adopted on a permanent basis.
Interested in Kaikukortti activities?
Are you interested in launching Kaikukortti activities in your locality? Read more about Launching Kaikukortti activities. Remember that you should contact the Kaikukortti support and development service as early in the game as possible.
Kaikukortti pop up
A Kaikukortti pop up venue is an operator from outside the Kaikukortti networks who offers as a special benefit free tickets to Kaikukortti cardholders in collaboration with the Kaikukortti support and development service. The system works in the pop-up venues in the same way as in the other Kaikukortti venues.
The Finnish National Gallery
In 2022 the Kaikukortti network includes one pop up venue, the Finnish National Gallery. The National Gallery has been a Kaikukortti pop up venue since 2017. The National Gallery offers Kaikukortti cardholders free entrance to all its museums, i.e. the Ateneum Art Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma and the Sinebrychoff Art Museum in Helsinki.