Open-air music

Festivals and clubs in the heart of the city

You don’t even have to go camping to visit these festivals and clubs!

 

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    Popfest

    A great selection of Austrian and international artists will appear on the various stages during the Popfest Vienna from 25-28 July 2019. Something especially for lovers of alternative music!

     

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    Kein Sonntag ohne Techno

    On Sundays there's always something going on. The meanwhile legendary Open Air Rave takes place at different places in Vienna and has already been a guest at the Museumsquartier, the Luftschloss Cobenzl and the Pratersauna. Grab a drink and head off there on the next warm Sunday!

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    Techno Café

    Tuesday is Techno Café Day! Once you've been to the Volksgarten Pavillion on a summery Tuesday evening, you will know then at the latest that the Volksgarten is not only worth a visit at weekends.

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The perfect refreshment after a shopping tour on the Mariahilfer Strasse

You will definitely need some refreshment after a shopping tour on Vienna’s most famous shopping street. But even if it is just a snack in between, it should still be something special. There are numerous small shops and pop-up stores in the area which exactly fit the bill. 

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