Finland came down with gramophone fever at the end of the 1920s, when affordable travel gramophones arrived on the market. At this time, Emma could be heard echoing up from the courtyards of Töölö and on the beach at Hietaniemi. The joyful jazz tunes flooding out from the gramophone inspired people to dance, and they twisted and twirled to the beat of the gramophone both in their homes and outdoors. You can experience this atmosphere at the gramophone dance, which will start with a refresher on the dance moves that were fashionable in the 1920s and 30s. Once you have the moves down, the gramophone DJ will let loose!