Wonderlust Festival turns 5! Come celebrate with us! Come as you are.
We’ll be licking all the birthday cake crumbles from sticky fingers, we’ll be seeing fireworks, we’ll laugh a lot but we’ll negotiate consent seriously. Our delicious anniversary program will feature at least a million creative ways of performing desire.
Some of our brilliant guests include Berlin-based artist and sex worker Sadie Lune with workshops on loving domination and squirting; Italian choreographer Chiara Bersani with a workshop on seduction and gaze, and French queer activist FloZif with a juicy selection of queer porn and a workshop on DIY porn making.
The full program is published and tickets go on sale: 25 APRIL
All you can eat FULL festival pass (incl. all events and 5 workshops): 190 €
Enthusiast festival pass (incl. all events and 2 workshops): 130 €
Only porn night: 10 € single ticket
Enthusiast discounted pass (with all events and 2 workshops): Pay what you can
We offer a limited number of discounted passes for people with low income to be able to join the festival. These passes will be distributed upon request by email, more info: 25 APRIL!
Volunteer application opens: 1 APRIL
WHAT THEY SAID ABOUT US:
“Wonderlust offered something that the Finnish field of sexuality had been lacking; relaxed, hilarious, lightly informative and brave celebration of sex.” –The Finnish Association for Sexology (FIAS), in their the celebration speech of Valopilkku Award
“What stayed with me was how approachable the organisers and volunteers were, and how they were hanging out amongst the visitors. It left the impression that the festival is not commercial and something that is organised out of enjoyment”. –Saku 21
“This is the only place for vanilla and kinksters alike, with no special preference on gender or sexual orientation.” –M.P.
“The play party was one of the most unforgettable events I’ve ever attended!” –Kinkykallio
“Wonderlust is something that empowers me, gives me hope as well as food for thought for the rest of the year. It’s a shame it doesn’t happen more often.” –Ida