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Top Events in Arlberg

These are the must-see events in the Arlberg region this year
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Arlberg Classic Car Rally

The Arlberg Classic Car Rally in Lech is exactly what it sounds like: a race of stunning classic cars that will make automotive enthusiasts’ dreams come true. Beside the gorgeous cars, the breath-taking nature of the course through the Arlberg make this rally a visual feast. 

Dates 2018: 28th of June to 1st of July

E-Bike Fest

Cyclists and mountain bikers can explore the heights around St. Anton at the sporty E-Bike Festival. Leading e-bike brands exhibit their latest models and let you test drive them in nature. Take a bike safety training or go on a guided biking adventure in the mountains. The kids area lets outdoorsy families explore the world of e-biking together.

Dates 2018: 22th to 24th of June

Mountain Yoga Festival St. Anton

Instead of yodeling, try humming a relaxing ommmm at the Mountain Yoga Festival. International yoga teachers, musicians, and local experts put together a calming, inspiring program of classes and other wellness-oriented workshops. Make the Alps your yoga studio and breathe in pristine mountain air.

Dates 2018: 30th of July to 2nd of August

Country Dance Festival

Almost 500 Catalan and Line-Dancers come to St. Anton am Arlberg to celebrate their lively art every year. The Country Dance Festival is full of energy and features guest dance groups from all over. Even if you are just a spectator at the festival, it won’t be long until you’re cutting a rug with the best of them. 

Dates 2018: 7th to 16th of July

Lech Classic Festival

The Lech Classic Festival spans from Purcell to Puccini and invites top-of-the-line musicians and conductors to perform in an intimate setting. Together with the stunning mountain scenery in Lech's surroundings, this creates a truly special atmosphere for seasoned concert-goers and casual audiences alike. 

Dates 2018: 31th of July to 4th of August

Medicinicum Lech

Are you a health-nut or a health care professional? There is an innovative conference designed especially for you. The Medicinicum Lech invites industry leaders and thinkers to discuss topics around wellness and the cutting edge of health care. This year's focus covers the interaction between pleasure, addicition, and physical and mental well-being.

Dates 2018: 5th to 8th of July

Kulinarik und Kunst Festival

This festival combines two of the Arlberg's greatest strengths: excellent food and engaging culture. For the 4th year in a row, acclaimed chefs meet with celebrated artists to provide guests with an entertaining and delicious program in St. Anton. Dive into the local Alpine cuisine and get access to performances, talks, and other culture events.

Dates 2018: 17th of August to 9th of September

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Longborad Classic 

This is the “Woodstock of snwboarding.” The Longboard Classic in Stuben am Arlberg has developed to be one of the most important and most well-attended events in the sport. Legends such as Chuck Barfoot, Terry Kidwill, Mike Jacoby, Shawn Farmer, Mike Basich, Dani KIWI Meier, and Peter Bauer have attended in the past. 

Dates 2018: 7th of April 

The White Thrill

The White Thrill is a different kind of ski race. The first day the lifts close in St. Anton, 555 pro and amateur athletes are ready at the Valluga ridge to begin their steep initial descent. Soon after, though, many will take off their skis to trek up another mountain, which lies between them and the finish line. The combination of skiing and hurrying up the mountain makes this event one of the most exciting and physically challenging ski races out there. 

Date 2018: 21st of April

New Orleans Meets Snow

Every year, musicians from the American South come to the Arlberg to sweeten the mountain air with jazz and rhythm and blues. Even on the slopes bands will be playing throughout the day and transform the Arlbreg into a vibe-y location that rivals New Orleans' French Quarter. Don’t miss Blues Nights on Saturday.

Dates 2018: 6th to 8th of April 

Tanzcafe Arlberg

This music event heralds back the understated glamour of the first half of the 20th century, when the Arlberg first emerged on the map of elegant travel destinations. Upscale hotel bars become venues to leading international musicians who play everything from Swing and Electro Swing, Jazz and Nu-Jazz, Rock'n'Roll, Boogie, Latin, to Pop and Soul. 

Dates 2018: 1st to 15th of April 

Snow and Safety Conference

Skiing and snowboarding require risk-conscious and responsible behaviour – first and foremost away from the prepared pistes. Lech Zürs provides a total of 200 km of deep Alpine powder snow runs and is therefore the ideal location for the Snow & Safety Conference. Participants can obtain information at a wide variety of presentations, workshops and podium discussions, exchange views with experts, test the latest products, and hone their awareness of the dangers that exist.

Dates 2018: 30th of November to 1st of December

Ski Open St. Anton

St. Anton is captivatingly beautiful and fun at any time of the year but when the ski season opening party is on, there’s nowhere more magic. The place will be a-buzz with people celebrating the arrival of winter in true St. Anton style. The St. Anton Ski Open is one of the highlights of the winter and brings visitors from all over the world – not just for winter sports action but also to enjoy the atmosphere that spreads from the mountain slopes to the lively village center.

Dates 2018: 30th of November to 2nd of December

Skishow "Schneetreiben"

Under the title "Schneetreiben - The Snow Must Go On" the Tourism Association, the Arlberger Bergbahnen Cable Car Co, the Ski School Arlberg and the New School-Team of the Ski Club Arlberg are presenting a spectacular weekly demo show.  Admission is free.

Date 2019: starting 9th of January, weekly

The White Ring

The White Ring describes the course of slopes connecting the four villages of Lech, Zürs, Zug, and Oberlech. Almost 14 miles of skiable terrain form a fun and versatile course. Once a year, around 1000 pros and amateurs attempt to ski the entire White Ring in the shortest time possible. The record is at around 45 minutes, while amateurs need two hours.

Date 2019: 19th of January

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