Events in Lahti region
Please note: The Finnish government declared 12.3.2020 that every public event with over 500 people has to be cancelled. Government has extended the ban in Finland 22.4.2020. Public events of more than 500 people will be prohibited at least until 31 July.
If you are interested in nostalgic cars, this is an event for you. Lahti Fair Centre will be filled with over 400 old cars, brand clubs and merchandise. The event is cancelled for this year.
Red Bull 400 Lahti
Experience the hardest 400 m of your life and climb up the Lahti Ski Jump hill. The event will be moved to autumn 2020.
SELL Student Games
International University students' sports event is coming to Lahti city in May. We are expecting to see amazing sporting achievements in exciting disciplines. SELL Games will take over the city in different venues with sports like athletics, ball games, Disc-golf, and e-Sport. Produced by LAB University of Applied Sciences. The event is cancelled.
Horta 2020 Hollola
Wild herb enthusiasts will gather for the first time in Messilä Manor House surroundings. Join the tastings, lectures and wild herb walks. The event will be moved to spring 2021.
Nokian Tyres Ironman 70.3 Finland
Lahti is the gateway to the Finnish Lakeland, offering a great experience for the Ironmen and women. With a unique start time of 3:30 p.m. this race features a finish under the spellbinding Nordic midnight sun. The event has been moved to a later date 5th of September 2020.
MotoGP™ Finland 2020 is cancelled due to ongoing coronavirus outbreak
The Grand Prix debut of the KymiRing will be rescheduled to season 2021. Dorna Sports will announce MotoGP™ calendar for season 2021 later this year. Read more >>
MXGP Finland is cancelled - see you at KymiRing in 2021
MXGP Finland will proudly present races in following classes: MXGP, MX2, EMX250, EMX125 and EMX 2t.
Sibelius Festival 15-18 Oct
Lahti Symphony Orchestra's international Sibelius Festival at Sibelius Hall. This year's program includes for example all the seven symphonies and the Violin Concerto of Jean Sibelius.