Midsummer, along with Christmas, is probably the holiest of annual festivities for us Finns. Celebrated on the shores of Kauhajoki’s lake, Nummijärvi, Nummirock has offered an alternative for a quiet weekend at the summer cabin for over 30 years already. Over the years, the event has become a concept for its attendees, as people arrive to the camping area several days before the festival even starts, the party continues throughout the Midsummer week, and it’s a respectable feat to see three or more bands. This year’s Nummirock was already the tenth for me, and we began our journey towards Southern Ostrobothnia on Wednesday morning. Read on here.