Ijahis idja, the Music Festival of Indigenous Peoples is happening in Inari this weekend, 17th-19th August 2018
Ijahis idja means nightless nights and it is a festival celebrating the music of indigenous peoples. It has been held in Inari since 2004. The event is the only music festival held in Finland that concentrates on Sámi music. Festival venue is the Sámi Cultural Centre Sajos. This year there is artists from Finland, Norway and Canada. You can listen and experience Sámi and other indigenous peoples music in festival events such as concerts, music seminars, workshops and clubs.
If you want to join this festival, but you couldn’t travel here this year, you can also watch live stream from the venue, enjoy! You can listen the music on Friday night and Saturday night.
Did you watch the stream? Please come back to tell us, did you enjoy the festival.