Hey, hey! We’ve selected the very best of what’s happening in Vienna this week so you can spend less time working out what to do, and spend more time making the most out of this city… and life.
Check out below the 47 awesome things happening this week in Vienna:
Catch some laughs at this English Comedy Night
When: MON, March 18, 8pm–11pm
Entry: 12€ pre-sale, 15€ at the doors, buy a ticket
The American comedian Matt Davis, who has performed all over the world, will be hitting the stage at Kramladen Monday night. Jack Holmes and Okello Dunkley will be his supporting acts. Sounds like something worth checking out.
Recommended if you like: laughing until your belly hurts, random humour, realising the banal in life through comedy, the sound of laughter, picking at your nose hairs when nobody is looking, English comedy nights
Catch this high-energy Hip Hop show
When: MON, March 18, 7pm–11:59pm
Where: Das Werk Wien
Entry: 21.90€ get your tickets, here
We can tell you one for thing for sure: these entertainers have a lot of energy and some impressively flexible bodies. Get out for an in-your-face good time (and an immersion course in Hip Hop music and dance). Check it out, here:
Recommended if you like: Hip Hop music, people with very bendy parts – a.k.a. dancers, loud music that makes your hips move, making a funny face that’s a little angry looking but perceived as cool, live Hip Hop music and dance
Spark your child’s imagination at this English language Storytelling class
When: MON, March 18, 3:30pm–4:15pm
Entry: 18€, 20% discount for the second sibling, reserve your spot, here
Kids say the funniest things, right? Like when they tell complete strangers how their Mommy walked into a wall before she had her coffee this morning. Thanks, buddy. Hone their storytelling craft and expand their imagination with this interactive story, song, and rhyme class (ages 2-4).
Recommended if you like: feeling like a super cool parent for finding educational and creative opportunities for your kids on the weekend – BAM!, your kid’s storytelling skills, finding English language opportunities for the kids, theatrical and energetic people teaching your kids, getting a little story, song, and rhyme into your kid’s weekend without having to do it yourself
Coding workshop (in English) for women
When: TUE, March 19, 6:30pm–9pm
Where: Das Packhaus
Entry: 9€ refundable reservation fee, reserve your spot here
Austrian music in Austria by Austrians
When: TUE, March 19, 7:30pm–9:30pm
Where: Wiener Konzerthaus
Entry: from 23€, buy a ticket
After ‘Yeah’, there’s ‘Hurra’! This Austrian group of musicians has been at it for 10 years now and they’re highly acclaimed. Turn up to this concert to catch some of Vienna’s best singer-songwriters that have some of the best lyrics in their tunes. Check this crowd out below and tell us you ain’t charmed:
Recommended if you like: to say semmel rather than weckerl, to “fah mit ner Bim”, the harmonica, chanting “zugabe!”, speaking Viennese, storytellers, voices like pubic hair – dirty and thick
Dancing the Blues on a Tuesday night
When: TUE, March 19, 8:30pm–12:30am
Get your dance shoes out of your closet (if you have some particular shoes you like to think of as your dance shoes…and a closet), as it’s Blues Dance night at 7stern! This Tuesday, there’ll be a get together where they’ll first teach you how to dance to Blues music and let you loose on the dance floor after. Join in on the fun. Oh, and it’ll be 5€.
Recommended if you like: wearing your socks pulled up high and suspenders, nostalgia of a time you never lived, vintage clothes, dance workshops, being slid under your dancing partners legs, music that you can’t resist dancing to, clicking your fingers to music, Taj Mahal, John Lee Hooker
Austrian-born singer/ songwriter performing live
When: TUE, March 19, 8pm–11pm
Where: ORF RadioKulturhaus
Clara Luzia will be performing a live solo gig at the ORF RadioKulturhaus this Tuesday. This local talent has a voice and way with words. Check it out:
Recommended if you like: the sound of birds chirping, lying on your back watching the clouds, singer/songwriter music, relaxed, chilled afternoons, making out on a couch in public or in a Leiner store, reading the romantics
See a magic show for adults!
When: TUE, March 19, 8:30pm–10:30pm
Where: Tunnel Vienna Live
Entry: 15€ get your tickets, here
Now you see it, now you don’t! This magic show isn’t your typical kid’s birthday party performance. Chris Cook pulls a truly entertaining show for adults out of his hat. (See what we did there?) Go and try your damnedest to figure out how he does it.
Recommended if you like: live magic, really good magic tricks for adults not kids, pulling something out of your hat (for us, it’s usually a tissue or a stick of gum we stuck in there), catching a live show on a Tuesday like the rebel you are
Learn how to let your poetry flow
When: TUE, March 19, 4pm–6:30pm
Entry: Free! Register via firstname.lastname@example.org
The FOMP slam collective is back with another workshop. It’s open to writers as well as anyone wanting to up their poetry slam game so, if that’s your bag, come along to the Amerlinghaus next Tuesday. The event is free: you just need to sign up via mail. Oh, it’s in German!
Recommended if you like: poetry, letting it all out in public, fancy words, being a wordsmith, working wonders with words
Catch a gut wrenching live reading on the revolution of 1848
When: TUE, March 19, 8pm–10pm
Where: Die Turnhalle
Two actors will be doing a live reading of passages from the diary of a Jewish journalist living in Vienna in 1848. The tales will be of every day life in a revolutionary environment. There will be beautiful imagery to set the scene as well. Learn about Vienna’s history and most likely be glad you live in 2019 instead of 1848.
Recommended if you like: Viennese history, live readings, when people find someone else’s diary and read aloud from it in front of an audience (that’s why we keep ours in a safe), wearing your reading glasses at the tip of your nose
Enjoy a performance based on the magazine, Bravo!
When: March 19 & 26, April 13
Entry: 12€ Get your tickets, here
The largest youth magazine in the German speaking world has a rich history full of unprecedented success, massive lows, and impressive comebacks. This performance will be based off of the magazine in the 90s. Go learn about that decade you’ve heard about from your much older cousin or…er…that you remember yourself. (Wink.)
Recommended if you like: 1990s, Bravo the magazine, German culture, teen magazines that survived decades, incredible success stories in the face of failure, technology, and global change, Schauspielhaus
Check out this festival dedicated to photography
When: March 20 – April 20
Where: various locations in Vienna
The festival, Foto Wien, will explore the diversity and potential of the local photography scene. More than 120 venues all over Vienna will take part in this massive festival that will explore this highly relevant medium. Be sure to check out the programme for details and visit a few of the museums, galleries, art universities, and off-spaces over the period of the next month.
Recommended if you like: exploring photography, art mingling, watching historical documentaries on the couch while only wearing a bath robe, being a tourist in your own city
Photo © Éva Szombat
Learn about how veganism effects us all
When: WED, March 20, 6pm–8pm
Where: WU – Wirtschaftsuniversität
Entry: free! Reserve your spot, here
Vegan. There’s a lot packed into that word. This talk will break down some of the stereotypes and mis-information surrounding a plant-based lifestyle. Learn about the effects veganism is having on feminism and the environment. And, if you feel like converting after the talk, check out some of our tips for vegan food in Vienna, here, here, or here. And, if you don’t, that’s cool too. But you might have a little more understanding for veganism and why people do it.
Recommended if you like: veganism, saving the planet, feminism, vegan burgers, vegan cheese burgers, vegan chili cheese burgers…(we seem to have gotten off track), learning the truth about a topic that has a lot of buzz around it, free talks at WU
Treat yourself to a fantastic evening of music
When: WED, March 20, 8pm–11pm
Where: Cafe 7Stern
Entry: pay as you wish
Bryan Benner will be sharing his poetry and music in an intimate evening at 7Stern. And, oh boy, do we love intimate evenings. Bryan will keep you in goosebumps with his powerful voice and beautiful music. Check it out, here:
Recommended if you like: intimate evenings (and who doesn’t), beautiful music paired with powerful vocals, the smell of bubblegum in the summer, sleeping in fresh sheets, ear candy, Cafe 7Stern
A fancy after work drinks party
When: WED, March 20, 6pm–12am
Where: Hilton Hotel
What’s the best thing you can do after a long day at work with the weekend not quite here yet? Well, it’s definitely not what you’re thinking, you naughty people of Vienna! Shake your booty, hand out your business cards, or just get wasted on a week day! This Wednesday, the Hilton hotel in Stadtpark event series, workatonic, will awake from its hibernation and will host yet another one of their afterwork parties.
Recommended if you lik: a nice drink after work, Leberkässemmeln, relaxing after giving that paper work a kick in the ass, drinking one G&T after the other, networking, flirting with suits, wearing a tie even though you write poets for a living, schmoozing with strangers, sneaking into a hotel room to do it…ya’ know…it
A night of improvised Powerpoint presentations (basically how we passed every class in high school)
When: WED, March 20, 8pm–10:30pm
Entry: 7€, buy your ticket here
PowerPoint – you love it. And we get that. Bullet points, strong visual aids, your captivating presentational flow – all of it. But what if you didn’t know what topic you would be presenting until you got up in front of the crowd? Think you have what it takes to present a spontaneous PowerPoint on the underwater basket weaving practices of the ancient tribes of the Amazon? Reserve your spot now for a PowerPoint-karaoke session at Spektakel if you’d like to present, or get a ticket above if you just want to spectate.
Recommended if you like: PowerPoint presentations, something…er…different, impromptu lectures – from someone other than your Mom, changing slides with a little button in your hand and feeling powerful because of it
Check out this Swiss Rock-Duo at this event right here
When: WED, March 20, 8pm–11pm
Where: Fluc + Fluc Wanne
Entry: 11,50€ online, 14€ at the doors
Go nuts at this party joined by the Swiss “Kraut-Rock”-Band named “Klaus Johann Grobe” (we’ve never heard of Kraut-Rock either, which literally means “cabbage-rock”). They have some really groovy tunes so check it out and have a nice night out in the centrally located club right beside the Würstelprater.
Recommended if you like: having a drink in one hand, a cigarette in the other, and a cramp in your leg, showing off your dance skills, chilled Rock music, groovy melodies, Prater and good music
Go out for a night of film and a raffle!
When: THU, March 21, 8pm–10:45pm
Where: Stadtkino Wien
Entry: 12.50€, get your tickets, here
It’s a movie night with a raffle! We know we’re excited. Check out the full line-up of films, here. And, get out your four leaf clover to win one of the many prizes (like a surfboard, for example. We’ve alllllways wanted a surfboard.)
Recommended if you like: surfboards, movie nights, winning things thanks to your lucky 4-leaf clover, sinking down into those movie seats for the night, going on a cool date with your lovey, Stadtkino Wien
Witness the Art history museum taken over by the power of love
When: March 20 & 30, April 6, 10 & 24 // check out additional exhibition showings
Where: Kunsthistorische Museum
Entry: 38€, buy tickets
A very special exhibition is going down in the art history museum this month and beyond (it begins on March 13). Instead of nature (last year’s motto) taking over the opulent halls of the museum, this year it will be love! You have to buy one of the tickets for one of the exclusive appointments at which you can catch the exhibition. This is part of the highly successful exhibition series, Ganyemed. 13 stations will position love as the main actress in this art performance and show. Find more details, here.
Recommended if you like: art, exclusive art events, being one of the few to witness something special, being inspired in a gallery, practising your pensive face in the mirror, thinking about love
Express yourself (or watch others do it) at this poetry slam
When: WED, March 20, 7:30pm–11pm
Where: The Loft
It’s your chance to rhyme, all the time, in the lime…light. OK, so WE won’t be getting onstage until we refine our poetry skills but that doesn’t mean YOU aren’t ready to step into the spotlight. This will be the last Stille Post poetry slam of the year so check out how you can participate here. Or just go to enjoy from the audience like we’ll be doing!
Recommended if you like: poetry slams, writing poetry and then performing it for an audience, wearing dark-rimmed reading glasses, dressing like an old person when you’re only 24, people who are good with words, being a poet when you didn’t even know it
Expand your horizons with this book presentation
When: WED, March 20, 6pm–9pm
Entry: 12.50€, get your tickets, here
This book will be a study in migration and what has caused it throughout history. What has made people leave everything and start a new life? What’s making them do it now? And how will this effect our future? That’s a lot of questions, if you ask us. And we don’t have the answers. But this book might… go and find out!
Recommended if you like: studies on migration, learning about history and how it has shaped the world, learning new things and then telling other people about it like you’re smarter than them (people love that)
Catch on to the newest wave of young artists at this exposition
When: March 21– April 18, 12pm–6pm
Stop by this exhibition displaying the work of a few young artists focusing on very unique and interesting topics. Photographer, Paweł Jaszczuk, concentrates of the portrayal of Jesus Christ in the commercial world while Pierro Percoco, for example, humorously presents everyday life in a village and more. Also, these two artists will be present at the “opening-party” on March 22, open to having a chat with anyone and to present their thoughts and intentions of their work. And yes, there will be drinks. Sau geil!
Recommended if you like: having a chat with the artists, contemporary art, photography, getting tipsy and then starting to truly “understand” the art, discovering young talents
Catch this Electro Punk band out of Germany
When: THU, March 21, 7pm–10pm
Entry: 24.90€, get tickets
The German Electro-Punk band, Frittenbude, are back with their new album, Rote Sonne, and touring again. They’ve been making music for 13 years now and are known for boldy voicing their opinions against right-wing extremism They’ll be in town for a gig at the Flex. Check out one of their latest songs, below:
Recommended if you like: music that will make you dance, beer and cigarettes, dancing until your feet hurt, partying until the sun comes up, having a break at a Döner stand and then heading to the next party, dedicating your youth to the part-ay, raving, bands that believe in something
Taste some of the best Austrian wines
When: THU, March 21, 3pm–8pm
Time for some day drinking!! We mean…er…classy wine tasting. Try some of the finest Austrian Gemischter Satz wines at the beautiful city hall and then drunk dial all your friends…we mean go about your day like the classy person you are.
Recommended if you like: trying wine varietals, sampling some of the best wines Austria has to offer, going back for more of your favorite, drinking wine on a beautiful afternoon at the Rathaus
Catch Jon Hopkins at Arena
When: THU, March 21, 7pm–11:59pm
Where: Arena Wien
Entry: 39.90€, get your tickets, here
Jon Hopkins’ new album, Singularity, will take you on a heady trip full of existential questions. Like, is there an alternate universe where a cheese burger is a french fry and a french fry is a cheese burger? Food for thought. (Literally.) From Techno to Choral music, this album is a mixer of sounds and will leave you wanting more. Check it out, here:
Recommended if you like: badass music videos, catching some live music at Arena, cool Techno music that pushes the boundaries, waving your hands in the air like you just don’t care, a cool breeze, Arena Wien
Get to the theatre for this political piece
When: THU, March 21, 7:30pm
Entry: 7-50€, buy a ticket
The Volkstheater will be putting on this piece by Christine Eder which tackles questions about the nature of democracy. This creative political show includes live music and brings up light and easy topics like freedom of expression, minority protection, and market trends just to name a few (jk about the easy and light thing…).
Recommended if you like: political questions, theatre, Volkstheater, Christine Eder, democracy, constitutions, reading long books in your free time, being smarter than other people, contemporary political commentary
Learn about the evolution of architecture at MAK
When: THU, March 21, 10am–6:30pm
Where: MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts
Entry: free! Register, here
This symposium will put architecture in context by exploring how our lifestyles require change from architecture and what it offers us. For example, we’ve started swimming more and more every summer and we’re hoping that means our building manager will install a pool in our building. Not sure that’s how it works, actually, but you can learn more at this symposium at MAK.
Recommended if you like: learning about how our lifestyle demands changes the face and function of architecture, educating yourself, pools, swimming in the summer, hoping your landlord likes pools as much as you do, MAK
Change the world with your business idea
When: FRI–SAT, March 22–23
Where: Impact Hub
Entry: Free with registration
If you ever had an idea that might make this world a better place, but never knew quite how to turn it into a business, this event might be the right place to start. The entrepreneurial space, the Impact Hub, are hosting 2 days of interactive workshops at which you can present your idea, work on it in a group, brainstorm strategies on how to develop it and get it launch-ready by the end of it all. They’ll be offering a total of 3 business workshops for social ideas that can be attended individually, or one after the other. Each one will give you the clarity you need on how to transform that idea into something that can truly have a positive impact on the world.
Recommended if you like: judging and being judged, brainstorming, flip-charts and whiteboards, aha-moments, saving the world, markers and post-its, social impact, developing ideas, getting inspired, asking 100 questions. thinking beyond anybody has ever thought before
Go to an underground Techno party
When: FRI, March 22, 9pm–3am
This underground Techno party will be quite literally underground as it’s at a basement bar in the 3rd. This is where you can really feel like a spy (which is something we enjoy feeling like on the weekends). Just a spy out for a cool, underground Techno party. Now that’s how to get your weekend started off right. Get in the spy mood, here:
Recommended if you like: Techno parties, feeling like a spy at a party – because that’s what spies do, we’re pretty sure, dark rooms with blue lights, basement bars, party while the sun is down – like the entire time the sun is down
Treat yourself to this mix-of-styles evening of music
When: FRI, March 22, 8pm–12am
Where: Maschu Maschu
Entry: pay what you wish
One of our favorite events is back. Bryan Benner curates his Late-Night Liederabend to impress, surprise, and entertain. You could get Opera. You could get Jazz. You’ll get a mix for sure and it’s sure to be good music by talented, hard-working musicians. Check out a preview, here:
Recommended if you like: watching amazingly talented musicians live, Bryan Benner and all of his musical pursuits, finding a new location even if it is a little scary at first, hidden locations, a mix of musical styles, falling in love with new songs
Check out various musicians’ work at this event held in a cinema
When: FRI, March 22, 10pm–4am
This event right here is something worth checking out. A big palette of artists, most of them just at the start of their career, will be presenting their music videos all night long. You’ll be able to experience the raw talent of lots of newcomers who are just trying to get an audition. You may even find yourself a new favorite artist and become one of their first fans. Give them a small career boost and then watch them grow.
Recommended if you like: big screens´n speakers, movie theaters (but with music videos instead of movies), discovering new artists, expanding your music taste
Get in the best of moods at this live Hip Hop show
When: FRI, March 22, 11pm–5am
Where: fluc + fluc wanne
Entry: 20€, get your tickets, here
If the CBD oil you took this afternoon at the office didn’t mellow you out enough, then this live performance from Nightmares on Wax is sure to do the trick. This Hip Hop groove will have you bopping along to the beat with your eyes closed. Just watch that you don’t go bumping into everyone around you. That’s not cool, man. Get a preview, here:
Recommended if you like: groovy Hip Hop music with some Electronic influences, CBD oil at work, feeling the mellow yellow vibes, getting into your weekend self, lifestyle choices that include going with the flow, fluc + fluc wanne
Enjoy a night full of good Techno music at Pratersauna
When: FRI, March 22, 11pm–6am
Pratersauna will be getting your heart rate up at this party packed full of high energy Techno music from live DJs.NYC-based DJ, Baltra, will be hitting the decks, and a few others like dMIT.RY and DOS will be there too. Get a taste of the music here:
Recommended if you like: staying in motels, motel life, always wondering if anyone ever died in your motel, getting naked in the Sauna and arguing with the bouncer as to why it is ok that you are naked, it’s a European thing, jumping in the pool at the Sauna when you’re ready to leave and getting kicked out
Find some of the best Electro music in town at Horst this weekend
When: FRI, March 22, 11pm–6am
Entry: TBA, door sale only
If you’ve been on the hunt for the best Electronic music EVER (and we know you have been) then you just might find it this Friday at Horst. We won’t say you definitely WILL find it. But you might. And how can you resist checking it out in person? Get a preview, here:
Recommended if you like: Electronic music, finding the best of the best, getting sweaty in a dark room full of strangers, music that comes from a computer, music so loud your ears ring for days, Peter Kruder, Horst
Dance your heart out at this Hip Hop party
When: FRI, March 22, 8pm–6am
Where: fluc + fluc wanne
Vienna isn’t ONLY about Techno and House music. This party is here to prove to you that Hip Hop is alive in well here in Europe. We just hope your dance moves can live up to the beats. There will be live DJs and live performances. We know you’re excited but try to keep from squealing as you’re reading this in the office. Check out the music, here:
Recommended if you like: Hip Hop music, dancing like you don’t have a care in the world, going out on Friday and not coming home until Sunday, not being 100% sure what you did all weekend, taking selfies in the bathroom (everybody does it), fluc + fluc wanne
Break your legs at this SKO party
When: FRI, March 22, 7pm–12am
Entry: 12€ at the doors or 8€ presale at the Jugendinfo
Three bands will be present at this party in the “Weberknecht”-Bar, Their music is mainly based on SKA, a reggae-inspired genre that just gets your feet movin’. But they will all be adding their own twist to it. Check it out yourself, maybe you’ll find yourself lookin’ for your socks after the show. You never know. Have a taste below but expect the ambiance to be a lot crazier live.
Recommended if you like: having a beer or eight, making new besties (that usually last for a whooole night), dancing your socks off, live-music in bars, Weberknecht
Treat yourself to a DJ party at Camera Club
When: FRI, March 22, 11pm–6am
Where: Camera Club
The DJs at Camera Club are ready for the weekend. The question is, are you? Can you handle the sick beats they’ll be dishing out? Can you actually dance all night? Or are you just an ameteur? (Whoa, sorry, we get aggressive about dancing all night.) Get in the mood to go out, here:
Recommended if you like: getting aggressive with your dance moves, getting aggressive about dancing, going on on the weekend to blow off steam so you’re not such an aggressive person, saying things like “sick beats”, Camera Club
Party without plastic!
When: FRI, March 22, 9pm–4am
Where: The Loft
Entry: 4€ or more if you want to donate!
This is the kind of party you can write home to Mom about…and she’s be so proud! Party without plastic products to help save the environment while having a good time. There will be live music to help out with the good time part. Check it out, here:
Recommended if you like: saving the planet, clean partying, using less plastic because it’s doing bad things to our environment, meeting up with those girls you met last weekend and being the one to suggest this cool party, showing off your new haircut, The Loft
Catch Gus Dapperton at Grelle Forelle
When: FRI, March 22, 7pm–10:30pm
Where: Grelle Forelle
Entry: 20.60€, get your tickets, here
We can’t wait to hear Gus Dapperton’s sweet and souful vocals in person at Grelle Forelle this Friday. This laid back Indie music makes us tilt our head back and sort of half smile. That half smile might have something to do with the fact that we’re also currently eating a sandwich, but that’s beside the point. Check out the music, here:
Recommended if you like: laid-back Indie music, a mix of acoustic and synthesized music, catching some live music at Grelle Forelle on a Friday, getting the weekend off to a good start, smiling a little which eating a sandwich, Gus Dapperton
The Austrian Duo with a unique sound and an accordion
When: FRI, March 22, 6pm–10pm
Where: Schutzhaus Zukunft
Catch a lively duo this Friday at the Schutzhaus where the seasoned musicians, Attwenger, take to the stage. Together since the 90s, this Austrian outfit has worked tirelessly to ensure they remain up to speed with the trends with their unique brand of Austro-Pop/Wiener Lieder. But whatever the trends, their performances are a lot of fun.
Recommended if you like: accordions, Wiener Lieder, really offensively beautiful gold suits, umpa pa music, Austro–Pop, wild musicians, checking out the local musical talent
Celebrate kick-a** women!
When: FRI, March 22, 7:30pm–9:30pm
Where: Weltmuseum Wien
Entry: 19€, get tickets
This event is so freaking empowering for women it’s hard to know where to start. Every second Friday of the month (more or less) is FemFriday at the Weltmuseum. This event’s guests will beRaja Kumari, an Indian-American Rapper, Singer, Songwriter and Dancer, and Singer-Songwriter Zion Flex from Bristol. Before their concert, they will hold an open talk and a screening of the documentary, Hip Hop Hijabis. Talk about girl power!
Recommended if you like: celebrating women, widening your world views, the leading ladies of this world, celebrating all things feminine, intimate gigs, shows in odd locations, Hip Hop, female empowerment
Foster your kid’s talents early
When: FRI, March 22, 4pm–4:45am
Where: Café Schopenhauer
Entry: 11€, (9€ for kids), reserve your tickets via email@example.com
Can your child tell the season is changing? Yeah, so could Vivaldi. That means your child could be a musical prodigy! Be at this interactive concert to find out. After about 45 min of listening (that should be enough for most prodigies), they’ll be able to test their skills with the instruments. If daddy listens to a lot of Nirvana, please have a talk to your kids before about not smashing the violins.
Recommended if you like: checking your children for possible prodigy tendencies, classical music, seasons (all 4 of them), musical instruments that don’t have an on/off button, Vivaldi
Feel like you’re flying at this spectacular show!
When: March 9–April 7
Where: Neu Marx
Entry: starting at 35€, get your tickets, here
Do you like people who bend in funny ways? How about watching humans getting thrown dangerously high into the air? Green make-up? If any of that sounds fun and exciting to you then get yourself ready for Cirque du Soleil – Totem in Vienna!! The performers will be flying high (literally) and ready to show you a fantastic time.
Recommended if you like: Cirque du Soleil, bendy people, wild and crazy circus acts that are better than any other circus act you’ve ever seen, humans defying gravity and other general laws of physics, exciting music in a large room, seeing a world famous show in Vienna
Get introduced to Romania’s underground film culture
When: March 11–April 4 (check here for specific screening days)
Where: Metro Kinokulturhaus
Entry: 8.50€, get your tickets, here
The Metro Kinokulturhaus continues with their series of film-screenings where they present locally well-known but still slept on movies from specific countries. This time they’re focusing on Romania, picking out some of the best gems the Romanian culture has witnessed. Their focus tends to be set on rather unknown movies by great Romanian filmmakers. For specific screening times check out their Facebook page.
Recommended if you like: movie evenings, getting to know foreign culture, realizing that Hollywood movies aren´t that much better, Rumanian flare
Choose that outfit that makes you go – ‘damn, I look good!’ – and party away
When: right now!
Where: various locations in Vienna, check out our guide!
This beautiful town of our’s got so much to offer, especially when it comes to parties. We’ve put together a list of the parties happening every week in Vienna. So if you’re up for some fun, be sure to check out our weekly party event guide. If you think we’re missing any important parties happening every week, drop us a message on Facebook, Instagram, or the good old, oldschool way, via mail.
Be sure to get your daily dose of culture!
When: right now!
Where: various locations in Vienna, check out our guide!
With so many culture events taking place – be it exhibitions in museums, powerful plays on theatre stages, art shows that scratch that inspiration itch – getting your daily dose of culture in Vienna is easy-peasy. That is, if you have our awesome art and culture guide, which tells you all about the best events happening in Vienna right NOW. If you think we’re missing any important ongoing culture events, drop us a message on Facebook, Instagram, or the good old, oldschool way, via mail.
Recommended if you like: tilting your head slightly in front of a painting and putting your pensive face on, wearing odd socks, strolling through galleries and museums on rainy days, getting inspired by the great and the up-coming greats, being a creative, seeing how people interpret our crazy world through art.