Concreate Urban Art Festival 2021
Concreate Urban Art Festival will be organized for the second time at Keran Hallit, Espoo.
Concreate’s focus is mainly on urban art, and the festival unites spaces, art, music, and people. During 1.-16.4. a selection of artists will create an immense entirety of art on the walls of Keran Hallit, which will be sight by itself. Furthermore, the space offers a one-of-a-kind event venue.
Formerly used as a logistical center, Keran Hallit works now as a temporary space for different operatives and has the biggest concentration of murals in Finland.
Keran Hallit will be eventually torn down within a few years when it has to give way for the construction of a new neighborhood. Concreate festival will be mostly held in these soon-to-be-demolished part of the buildings.
We will open the premises to the public on Saturday 17.4. at 1 p.m.!
On the opening weekend we are open on Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 8 p.m., after which you can come to see the works of art from Wednesday to Saturday between 1 p.m and 8 p.m. until 29th of May. Except 30th of April and 1st of May when we will be closed.
THE ENTRANCE IS FREE OF CHARGE!
In addition, the spaces will be open to the public on selected dates during summer and autumn.
By car: The parking area for visitors of Keran Hallit can be found outside the halls ‘fences, opposite the halls’ main door, between the train track and the Karantie. Drive to the parking area from Karantie (note! not at the traffic light junction). Parking is free for 4 hours, don’t forget to use the parking disc! Please do not park outside the customers’ parking lot, there is parking control in the area.
By train: Kera is located in the B zone. When you arrive at the train station, follow the fence decorated with works of art and you will get to the main doors of Keran Hallit.
By bus: The nearest bus stops are on Karamalmintie (former Karantie) under the name Lansanportti (E1810 and E1811).
Unfortunately, only one of the three of our spaces are accessible with a wheelchair or with prams.