Clap along to traditional Tyrolean folk dancing and music on a raucous evening in Innsbruck! Taking place inside the family-run Sandwirt Restaurant, the show features dancing by the friendly Gundolf family, as well as cow-bell ringing and jigs aplenty. Want to experience hearty Austrian cuisine, too? Then upgrade to include a 3-course Tyrolean feast, featuring local delights like wiener schnitzel.
Travel Sandwirt Restaurant, where you'll enjoy your Tyrolean evening with its owners, the welcoming Gundolf family. Austrian folk music has been played by the family since the 18th-century, meaning you’ll see the most authentic dances that have been passed down through generations. Upon arrival you'll be served a complimentary drink (a glass of beer, wine or a soft drink) and then take your seat to watch the 1.5-hour show. Dressed in typical Austrian attire of lederhosen and dirndls, the dancers will keep you entertained with raucous yodeling, cow-bell ringing and folk dancing. Clap along with dances like the Schuhplattler, a jig where shoes are slapped at each other (originally danced by Tyrolean men to woo the ladies), and then stamp your feet to the woodchopper’s dance -- Tiroler Holzhackertanz. If you’re eager to really immerse yourself in Austrian culture for the evening, then upgrade to include a 3-course meal with your show. Eat either before or during the performance, feasting on Austrian specialties like wiener schnitzel (breaded pork scallops served with lemon). See below for a sample menu.