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You may or may not see a witch burning in effigy, a controversial practice that is meant to remind us of the witch burnings of the 16th ad 17th centuries.
Bring your friends, a few beers and snacks - it’s a relaxed and jovial atmosphere around any bonfire, countryside or city.
People gather to light the fire, sing songs and enjoy each other’s company for the length of the evening.
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For evening performances a theatre bar will be open from 6.15pm and the auditorium will open at 7.00pm.
It is no surprise then, that Scandi people love to celebrate light—and this is never more clear than at midsummer celebrations.Daytime highs will soar to 30 degrees Celsius in an area stretching from Lahti in the south to Ilomantsi in the east, according to Yle meteorologist Toni Hellinen.“The last time the 30-degree threshold was surpassed on Midsummer’s Eve was in Lappeenranta in 1999 when meteorologists recorded 32.5 degrees Celsius," Hellinen explained.