Salzburg in summer © Tourismus Salzburg GmbH

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Venues of the Salzburg Festival


The Large Festival Hall, the House for Mozart, the Felsenreitschule, the cathedral square and the Kollegienkirche form the festival district in the heart of Salzburg. Furthermore there are many more gorgeous venues, where performances of the Salzburg Festival take place.


Find here interesting informations about the different venues of the Salzburg Festival:


Large Festival Hall © Salzburg Festival | Andreas Kolarik

Large Festival Hall

The Large Festival Hall is one of Salzburg Festival's most impressive venues.
House for Mozart © Salzburg Festival | Andreas Kolarik

House for Mozart

The House for Mozart was opened in 2006, on occasion of Mozart's 250th birthday.
Felsenreitschule © Salzburg Festival | Luigi Caputo

Felsenreitschule / Summer Riding School

The idea to transform the Summer Riding School dates back to Max Reinhardt.
Cathedral Square - Salzburg Festival © Tourismus Salzburg Gmb

Domplatz / Cathedral Square

The cathedral square serves as stage for Hugo von Hofmannsthal's Jedermann.
Salzburg State Theatre © Salzburg Festival | Karl Forster

Salzburg State Theatre

The theatre is a marvelous venue for dramas of the Salzburg Festival.
Mozarteum Foundation - Great Hall © ISM | Christian Schneider

Mozarteum Foundation / Great Hall

The Great Hall of the International Mozarteum Foundation is an important concert hall.
Perner Insel Hallein © Salzburg Festival | Clemens Kois

Perner Insel / Perner Island

The hall is especially suitable for experimental theatre and concerts of contemporary music.
Great Hall of the University © Salzburg Festival | Karl Forster

Great Hall of the University

This location is flanked by the Furtwängler Garden adjoining the Max Reinhardt Square.
Collegiate Church © Salzburg Festival | Karl Forster

Kollegienkirche / Collegiate Church

Since 1970 church- and choirconcerts as part of the Salzburg Festival take place here.