Get your free IHME 2016 mobile app

IHME's mobile appIHME’s mobile app is launched as part of Eventmore, the leading events platform in Finland.

The first mobile app in the history of IHME is available to download for free. The app for this year’s festival is available for devices using iOS or Android.
To download the app, head to:

You can also search the App Store or Google Play Store for “Eventmore”. The IHME 2016 application can be found under the Themes option.

Create your own festival schedule

Our new app is designed for your personal festival planning.

The IHME app enables users to browse festival events by time, place or different categories, with each event in the programme being given its own page containing a short description. After browsing the programme, events can be saved to favourites, which makes it easy to create customized festival schedules.

Whether you wish to view the festival programme at a glance or to create your own schedule for each day, the application comes in handy.

IHME’s app will provide information about the 2016 IHME Project, the Tram Buskers’ Tour taking place in March, as well as about IHME Days, dedicated to opening up the IHME Project to interpretations, discussions and debates. IHME Days take place at Helsinki’s Old Student House during the first weekend of April. On Friday, the theme of the day will be Art and Communities, whereas Saturday will be dedicated to in-depth talks, discussions and exchanges on the IHME Project. On Sunday, we ask what do artists do when making art. The three-day event offers a varied programme ranging from talks and music to screenings and workshops. All events are free to attend.

IHME and Eventmore team up

IHME’s mobile app is launched as part of Eventmore, the leading events platform in Finland. Eventmore is a new, map-based application helping users to discover interesting and fun events. “We wish to serve organisers and event-goers alike. By downloading the app, festival-goers will get more out of this year’s IHME,” Eventmore’s Lissu Kirves says.

“This is the first time that the IHME Project is a mobile artwork,” says Suvi Korhonen, Communications Officer at IHME. “You can view the dates and times of the Project in the app, but the artists and music played on a particular tram will come as a surprise.” “And while enjoying a busking act, do consider taking part in our #IHMEratikassa video competition,” she says. “The winner will get a private tram ride, so be sure not to miss the latest updates on the app!”

Feel free to give feedback on the app here.