Vienna Weekend Guide March 3-5

discoDANCE: Welcome back to the city life with Semesterstart Silent Disco Night. You know the drill, nothing left to say. DJ-Battle: Robert Hitch vs. DJ Trashtray. House, Electro, Charts & HipHop oder Alternative, Oldies & Classics – it‘s up to you!

Silent Disco – WUK Wien
Friday, 3 March
Tickets: www.ticketbox.at.
Währinger Straße 59, 1090 Vienna
https://www.facebook.com/events/247429539027829/

 

FESTIVAL: “Let us entertain you “is the Vinyl and Music Fest motto from March 3 to 5, 2017. This is Austria’s largest record exchange, with panels, workshops and discussions, poster artistry and live music adding the spice to this analog broth. With more music, even more records, CDs and DVDs,  hi-fi, even more instruments, space, exhibitors … and numerous novelties and innovations! The most important news, the Vinyl & Music Festival moves the most popular music, concert and festival venue in Vienna, the Ottakringer Brewery – 2,000 square meters distributed over five halls / floors.

Vinyl and Music Fest
Date: March 3 to 5, 2017
Tickets: €5, three-day ticket €12
Ottakringer Brewery
Ottakringer Pl. 1, 1160 Vienna
www.vinyl-music.at

TV: On Saturday, March 4th, you will have opportunity to enjoy Wiener Staatsopern’s ballet “Don Quixote” at 20.15 pm , while sitting  comfortably at home watching it on TV. The streaming is conducted by 3sat. For details please see the link attached.  We wish you the best entertainment!

https://www.3sat.de/page/?source=%2Fmusik%2F191141%2Findex.html

tb2017_fb_eventheaderBALL: For the eighth time, Wiener Technoball will combine tradition and future. The dress code is flexible: evening gown, cocktail dress, suit, smoking, uniform or haute couture.  This might be the only Viennese ball where storm-trooper costumes are acceptable!

Technoball
Date: March 4, 2017
Tickets: 49 -89
Kursalon Hübner
Johannesgasse 33, A-1010 Vienna
www.technoball.at

ART: New exhibition located in the Lower Belvedere gives insight into the life and work of Lawrence Alma-Tadema, and invites one and all to dive into the decadent world of English aestheticism. His compositions shaped the way people imagined life during antiquity and inspired the costume designs and set concepts for epic historical film productions such as Quo Vadis? by Enrico Guazzoni (1913) and Ridley Scott’s Gladiator (2000).

Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Decadence & Antiquity
March – June 24 2017, 10 am to 6 pm
Tickets: 9-12 euro
Lower Belvedere
Rennweg 6, 1030 Vienna

 

 

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