The Lace Week Live in a nutshell

What is the Lace Week Live?

The Lace Week Live is a versatile broadcast with pre-shot program sections and the live broadcast shot in the courtyard of the Rauma Art Museum on 24th July. The audience can watch the broadcast with a mobile device or a computer at home.

What happens in the Lace Week Live?

The Lace Week Live summarizes the Lace Week program for a nine-hour broadcast. The program is mainly in Finnish but there will also be a lot of program for those who don’t understand either Finnish or Rauma dialect, which is often jokingly considered its own language. There are interesting interviews and children’s program, artists and performers meetings, and of course a variety of music and a program spoken in with Rauma dialect in the broadcast. More detailed program will be published in June.

How can I watch the Lace Week Live?

The Lace Week Live can be watched on the City of Rauma YouTube channel. Detailed instructions for following the live broadcast can be found in the How to watch the broadcast? section.

How can I follow the Lace Week’s social media?

The Lace Week Live is visible throughout the summer on The Lace Week Facebook page and on the Rauma City Tourism Instagram, Visit Rauma profile. During the summer, Visit Rauma Instagram profile will publish quizzes related to the Lace Week, performer presentations and a program that invites viewers to participate in the broadcast. It is therefore worth following Visit Rauma’s Instagram stories throughout the summer.

How can I participate in the making of the Lace Week Live?

You can participate in the Lace Week Live through social media channels and by participating in the various events that will be published during the summer. Until 12th June 2020, program ideas are especially welcome from young people. Read more on How can I participate? section.

What the Lace Week Live is not?

The Lace Week’s public events have been canceled, so the Lace Week Live is not a traditional event or festival that is visible in the city for nine days. The public will not be able to follow the Lace Week Live filming on the spot.