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What is the difference between K-18 ticket and regular ticket for an event (concert)?. It has probably something to do with adult/not adult distinction.

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K-18 tickets are for people 18+ and it means that they're selling alcohol, usually. If you have a non-K 18 ticket, you don't get access to the seperate bar area.

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+1, this is correct. If there are separate K18 tickets (= for adults) and non-K18 tickets (often marked "S" as in sallittu) for a concert, that would in my experience always be related to access to a bar area (anniskelualue in Finnish). –  Jonik Nov 7 '11 at 22:31
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Note that it may not actually matter which ticket you buy; if you're over 18 you can go to the bar area, otherwise you can't. At least that's how it is in Nosturi, one of the rare venues I know in Helsinki that have gigs allowing minors but still selling alcohol. –  Jonik Nov 7 '11 at 22:36
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