Events during your holiday on the Arlberg
Look forward to an unforgettable holiday at the four-star Hotel Tannbergerhof. Explore all the fun and exciting sporting events on offer in the area around Lech and Zürs. Weekly drive-in cinema productions and Sunday concerts feature on the programme alongside annual highlights and a constant supply of new events. There's always something new for your adventurous holiday!
21st June 2021Morning tour of Skyspace – summer solstice23rd June 2021Arlberg Classic Golf Cup24-27 June 2021Sound of the Mountain with Christian Wirth24-27 June 2021Arlberg Classic Car Rally4th July 2021NEW: Silent Cinema8-10 July 2021NEW: Literaricum Lech – the youth version of the Philosophicum – Co-founder: Paul Pfefferkorn17th July 2021S’Fäscht im Dorf village festival31st July 2021NEW: summer concert1st August 2021NEW: summer concert2-8 August 2021Lech Classic Festival7th August 2021St. Laurentius' Night8-13 August 2021Soccer Camp11-15 August 2021Jazz Stage Lech at the sport.park.lech15th August 2021Fest am Berg party – Rüfikopf21st August 2021The White Ring trail challenge23-29 August 2021Sound of the Mountain with Christian Wirth25-29 August 2021GAS 1450 – the Vespa rally27th August 2021NEW: summer concert28th August 2021NEW: summer concert29th August 2021Trans Vorarlberg Triathlon29th August 2021Zug Village Festival Sunday concert4-5 September 2021Dynafit Trans-Alpine Run11th September 2021Best of the Alps golf tournament22-26.September 202124th Philosophicum Lech
Spectacular stage settings on the Bregenz lake stage
The spectacular scenery on the lake stage is a particularly impressive sight. It gets better each year, and the set design has for many years been a figurehead for the Bregenz Festival. The stage is designed to complement the unique features of the location and the surrounding landscape and link the lakeside view with performances on the stage. Noteworthy examples of set design include constructions such as the high tower for Richard Wagner's "Flying Dutchman" (1989/90) and the giant eye for Giacomo Puccini's "Tosca" (2007/08), which loom large in the history of the Bregenz Festival.
Cultural highlights on the shores of Lake Constance
The lake stage on the shore of Lake Constance is the largest such construction in the world. Approximately 7,000 viewers can be seated in the stands to watch the Bregenz Festival and other first-class events. Around 185,000 visitors are expected each year, of whom 162,000 will have tickets for the main stage on the lake. The unique ambience creates a very special cultural experience, in which the presenters or musicians' performances naturally take centre stage. One thing is for sure: expectations of the largest lake stage in the world are simply enormous every year.
The Bregenz Festival is an outstanding cultural experience
Austria, the heart of Europe and one of the most culturally rich countries in the world, is the home of the annual Bregenz Festival. Every year, the shores of the vast Lake Constance are the place to see a world-famous cultural festival, extravagant lake stage and stunning views of the Austrian Alps. The Bregenz Festival offers a unique combination of nature & culture, entertainment & relaxation and tradition & modernity. The shores of the lake, a unique location containing the world's largest lake stage, were also the scene of an exciting pursuit featuring Daniel Craig in the Bond film "Quantum of Solace".
The lake stage on the shores of Lake Constance is the largest lake stage in the world. Approximately 7,000 viewers can sit in the stands and watch the Bregenz Festival and other top-class events on the stage. Around 185,000 visitors are expected to use the facility each year, of which 162,000 have tickets for the main stage on the lake. The unique ambience offers a truly outstanding cultural experience, with the presenters and musicians' performances naturally taking centre stage. One thing is for sure: every year, expectations for the largest lake stage in the world are invariably very high.
The Bregenz Festival 2021
In 2021, visitors to Lake Constance will be able to experience Giuseppe Verdi's opera "Rigoletto", written in 1851. Rigoletto was Verdi's first masterpiece, and has for many decades been considered that composer's most popular work. The opera tells the story of a court jester by the same name at the palace of the Duke of Mantua. Rigoletto is amused by the duke's womanising and jeers cruelly at his victims – until the day his own daughter is targeted by the Duke of Mantua. Tickets for this year's Bregenz Festival in Vorarlberg can be purchased from authorised ticket offices. Guests enjoying the perfect location of Lech am Arlberg will only need to drive one hour to reach Bregenz and a fabulous evening of culture in the city.