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Salzburg Festival Tickets

The Salzburg Festival is an annual event in Austria featuring three incredible artistic programs in opera, drama, and concerts. Enjoy an array of classical performers such as Mozart and Tzchaicovsky and modern artists from all over the world. Don’t miss out on this year’s 100th anniversary, book your Salzburg Festival tickets before they’re all sold out.

German Name

Salzburger Festspiele


Salzburg, Austria


Late July


End of August








About Salzburg Festival

The Salzburg Festival, known as Salzburger Festspiele in German, is a popular festival of music, drama, and opera since 1920. The festival is held annually for 5 weeks in the quaint Austrian town of Salzburg.  

Salzburg Festival History

Salzburg is the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and marks a cultural heritage for classical music. In 1877, the International Mozarteum Foundation held sporadic festivals but was discontinued in 1910. 

The outbreak of World War I prevented any revitalization of the festival and it wasn’t until 1918 when the festival was brought back to life. There were 5 founders behind the Salzburg Festival’s resurrection:

  • Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Poet & Dramatist;

  • Richard Strauss, Composer;

  • Alfred Roller, Scenic Designer;

  • Franz Schalk, Conductor

  • Max Reinhardt, Director 

On August 22, 1920, the Salzburg Festival was officially inaugurated with an opening performance of Hofmannsthal’s Jedermann by Reinhardt at the Salzburg Cathedral. Since its opening, this performance has become the tradition that sparks the start of the festival each year. 

UNESCO World Heritage Site

Since 1997, the Salzburg Festival has been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for its “outstanding value to humanity.” 

The historic district of Salzburg offers rich sightseeing for tourists with architectural design from the Baroque era. The city runs along the River Salzach and has a charm that is enjoyed while taking a leisurely stroll on foot.

Tickets for Salzburg Festival

Salzburg Festival Tickets go on sale months before the performances begin. Ordering tickets in advance offers the best seating. 

Do you want to attend this year’s festival? Browse upcoming performances and book your Salzburg Festival tickets here.

100 Years “Salzburg Festival”

In 2020, the Salzburg Festival celebrates its 100 years since their formation by its founding fathers. The entire city of Salzburg transforms into an international hub celebrating the rich history of classical music and dramatical performances. World-class artistic performances take place for just 5 weeks attracting celebrities, artistic stars and elites to enjoy the most significant festival in Europe. 

In honor of its 100th birthday, the Salsburg Festival itself will be the center of attention starting with a breathtaking performance of “Jederman Day” on August 22, 2020. This performance will take place at the steps of the Salzburg Cathedral to commemorate the first-ever performance on August 22, 1920. 

Don’t miss out on the artistic event of the century. Get your tickets to the Salzburg Festival and see the splendor for yourself.