Young!Tanzsommer has performed in the following venues...
This theatre was built between 1629-1630 and was the first court theatre in Innsbruck. The Dogana is adjacent to the palace and once served as the riding arena for Emperor Maximillian.
This theatre serves as the hub for the Tanzsommer performances.
As part of this great dance festival show schools in the district and the Stars of Tomorrow-companies their skills for students from the region Kufstein-Wörgl.
A landmark of the district capital Kufstein, this fortress was expanded to it's current structure in the 17th century. The interior courtyard of the Josefsburg hosts our performances.
Here is a time-lapse of the stage used for our performances going up the main square of St. Johann in Tirol. It's about 3 hours condensed into 90 seconds.
The center of the picturesque town of St. Johann provides the perfect location for this outdoor venue. Our performances provide the draw for their summer tourism and have drawn crowds of 3000.
This is one of the most cherished performances of the tour. Our performance serves as a fundraiser for this charity event to assist the Elisabethinum, a school for disable children.
We have performed in both of the historic Graz opera houses in the second largest city of Austia.
Performing in the Vienna's Stephansplatz in the shadow of the gothic Stephansdom or St. Stephen's Cathedral is a once in a lifetime experience.
Lienz is a beautiful medieval town in Tyrol. Their town square provides a wonderful setting for our performances.