Sneak previews of our current performances or sweet memories of our workshops and past festival events can be watched HERE.
When does ImPulsTanz Soçial take place?
When the ImPulsTanz day ends, the festival lounge opens its doors every night. Artists, audience, dance aficionados and music enthusiasts come together to talk, dance and have fun. The ImPulsTanz Festival Lounge offers a programme with live gigs and DJ sets, every night for the whole festival period and free admission. In addition, ImPulsTanz Soçial hosts two festival parties, where international DJs and bands as well as local heroes invite for a dance.
Where does it take place?
The ImPulsTanz Festival Lounge is located at Burgtheater Vestibül.
Universitätsring 2, 1010 Wien (U3: Herrengasse; Tram 1, 71, D: Rathausplatz/Burgtheater)
The two ImPulsTanz parties are located at Kasino am Schwarzenbergplatz.
Schwarzenbergplatz 1, 1010 Wien (U2: Karlsplatz; Tram 2, 71, D, Bus 4A: Schwarzenbergplatz)
How much does the admission fee cost and where can I buy tickets?
The ImPulsTanz Festival Lounge is free of admission. Tickets for the parties are available at our box offices, online and of course at the evening box office at the venue itself. Detailed information can be found on our website as of June.
Please note that there is a fast lane for our festival guests at the ImPulsTanz Festival Lounge (participants/workshop pass or performance ticket holders). Due to the capacity and the large crowd of attendees, stops of admission are possible, especially during the weekends.
Where can I get information about the programme?
The line-up will be published online by the beginning of June. We will keep you posted on our social media channels as well as on our website. Stay tuned!
What does ImPulsTanz on Decks stand for?
ImPulsTanz on Decks means that festival artists and members of our team will hit the turntables whilst you hit the dancefloor.
What should I keep in mind?
We are very happy to offer a nightline programme for everyone, which does not include any admission for most events. At the same time, we wish for our guests to treat each other respectfully. We do not tolerate racism, sexism and violence at our events.
Last Update: 29 April 2020, Subjet to change