News & Updates

What does it cost to attend FinnFest USA 2013? And what does my registration cover?

Base registration rates for the entirety of the festival are as follows:

$100 individual adult rate

$200 couples rate

$40 individual youth rate (ages 5-17)

$240 family rate (two adults and three children ages 5-17)

Children under 5 are free

Your registration rate is an admission fee to the main festival, and covers many events including lectures, demonstrations, exhibits, most films, and access to the tori (marketplace) and children's zone. Some events require additional admission and are listed separately on the registration form.

PLEASE PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED WHEN YOU LOG IN TO THE REGISTRATION SITE.

Programming and event update: Hilary Virtanen from the Finnish-American Heritage Center joined Susie Landers from FinnFest USA 2013 and Todd VanDyke on the Keweenaw's Own Mornng Show on 97-7 The Wolf. Hear their discussion about the latest FinnFest program information here - http://chirb.it/FbOhKm

Hancock, Michigan - America's Finnish cultural center: Susie Landers from FinnFest 2013 and Hancock City Manager Glenn Anderson visited Todd VanDyke at 97.7 The Wolf to talk about FinnFest preparations in Hancock. They discuss Hancock's importance as a center of Finnish-American history and culture and the important role the city will play in FinnFest 2013. You can listen to their discussion here - http://chirb.it/qdtqbx

Sports and Business After Hours (November 7): David Maki and Susie Landers from FinnFest USA 2013 visited Todd VanDyke at 97.7 The Wolf to talk about FinnFest happenings, and the sports events that are being planned. Listen to their conversation here - http://chirb.it/68B20r

Lodging and Baraga County events: Susie Landers from FinnFest 2013 visited Todd VanDyke on the Keweenaw's Own Morning Show on 97.7 The Wolf this morning to talk about planning, lodging for FinnFest guests, and events in Baraga County. Listen to their conversation here -

http://chirb.it/bBqLpC

Baraga County FinnFest preview, lodging and other info:  Susie Landers from FinnFest 2013 stopped to see Todd VanDyke on the Keweenaw's Own Morning Show on 97.7 The Wolf. They talked about Baraga County planning, lodgings for visitors, and FinnFest's official flowers: blue and white petunias. Hear their discussion here: http://chirb.it/y53O8b

Calumet and FinnFest: Tom Tikkanen from Main Street Calumet and Susie Landers from FinnFest USA 2013 visited Todd VanDyke on the Keweenaw's Own Morning Show on 97.7 The Wolf to talk about the plans to celebrate FinnFest 2013 in Calumet. Listen to their conversation here http://chirb.it/fLF4mA

Youth Programs coordinator Shannon Rinkinen joined Susie Landers and Todd VanDyke for this week's FinnFest USA 2013 update on 97.7 The Wolf. Hear their conversations each week at around 8:35 on Thursday morning, or listen here - http://chirb.it/ayJNhz

FinnFest update on WOLV 97.7 -Upcoming FinnFest events: Susie Landers from FinnFest 2013 visited Todd VanDyke on the Keweenaw's Own Morning Show on 97.7 The Wolf this morning. Hear about Sunday's successful Pannukkaku Breakfast and upcoming events here: http://chirb.it/2Kgq58

FinnFest update on WOLV 97.7 - Fundraisers, economic impact, business: Susie Katalin-Landers from FinnFest 2013 and Houghton City Manager Scott MacInnes visited Todd VanDyke on the Keweenaw's Own Morning Show on 97.7 The Wolf this morning with an update. You can listen to their discussion here http://chirb.it/eNbB3v

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