Tollwood Summer Festival
A unique festival focusing on bringing together humanity and the environment, the Tollwood Summer Festival in Munich acts as a platform for change, encouraging exhibitors, performers and visitors alike to imagine a greener, better world. First founded in 1988, Tollwood Summer Festival acts as a hub for cultural and ecological activities aimed at making the world more sustainable.
Every year, more than 1.5 million people visit the festival, to see international artists perform, watch new theatre productions or to visit the Market of Ideas to see how they can become more responsible citizens.
Tollwood Summer Festival - the platform for change!
The Tollwood Summer Festival offers a wide range of activities for attendees to enjoy, from organic food and handicrafts in the Market of Ideas to theatrical performances, children’s events, art exhibitions and live music.
The Market of Ideas, which brings together culinary delights and artisan handicrafts, gives visitors the chance to sample fair trade food, drinks and handmade products from around the world. In addition, the festival’s offering of food, which stems from 50 different restaurants, has been 100 percent certified organic since 2003, saving 116 tons of CO2 emissions per year.
The entertainment programme offered at the Tollwood Summer Festival is very diverse! Visitors can expect to see everything from contemporary circus performances, to comedy acts, cabaret shows and more. Over the four weekends, the festival will host magical open-air productions..
Plan your visit to Tollwood Summer Festival NOW!
With such a wonderful array of exciting and inspirational activities to attend, we advise visitors to plan their visit to the Tollwood Summer Festival well ahead of time. Over 70 percent of the events offered at the festival are free, but there are certain performances which do require a ticket.
To get your tickets now, learn more about the festival or see when and where your favourite artist is performing, please visit the Tollwood Summer Festival website.
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