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Salzburger Marionettentheater

The red curtain goes up on a miniature stage at this marionette theatre, a lavish stucco, cherub and chandelier-lit affair founded in 1913. The repertoire star is The Sound of Music, with a life-sized Mother Superio…
Classical Music in Salzburg

Schlosskonzerte

A fantasy of coloured marble, stucco and frescoes, Schloss Mirabell’s baroque Marmorsaal is the exquisite setting for chamber-music concerts. Internationally renowned soloists and ensembles perform works by Mozart a…
Live Music in Salzburg

ARGEkultur

This alternative cultural venue was born out of protests against the Salzburg Festival in the 1980s. Today it’s a bar and performance hybrid. Traversing the entire arts spectrum, the line-up features concerts, cabar…
Theatre in Salzburg

Landestheater

Opera, operetta, ballet and musicals dominate the stage at this elegant 18th-century playhouse. There’s a strong emphasis on Mozart’s music, with the Mozarteum Salzburg Orchestra often in the pit. There are dedicate…
Theatre in Salzburg

Grosses Festpielhaus

Designed by architect Clemens Holzmeister in 1956 and built into the sheer sides of the Mönchsberg, the cavernous Grosses Festspielhaus stages the majority of Salzburg Festival performances and can accommodate 2179 …
Live Music in Salzburg

Rockhouse

Salzburg’s hottest live music venue, Rockhouse presents first-rate rock, pop, jazz, folk, metal and reggae concerts – see the website for details. There’s also a tunnel-shaped bar that has DJs (usually free) and ban…
Booking Service in Salzburg

Festspiele Ticket Office

This office sells tickets for the Salzburg Festival, which range in price from €11 to €430. Tickets sell like hot cakes – so either book well in advance (at least several weeks ahead) or try your luck last minute.
Theatre in Salzburg

Felsenreitschule

One of the premier venues of the Salzburg Festival, the baroque Felsenreitschule was built in 1693 and was designed by the architect of the age, Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach.
Theatre in Salzburg

Haus für Mozart

Housed in the former royal stables, the Haus für Mozart (also known as the Kleines Festspielhaus) is one of the venues of the Salzburg Festival.
Classical Music in Salzburg

Mozarteum

Opened in 1880 and revered for its supreme acoustics, the Mozarteum highlights the life and works of Mozart through chamber music (October to June), concerts and opera. The annual highlight is Mozart Week in January…