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LIGHTSHOW MOUNT MAGIC

THE POWER OF NATURE
27 Nov 2019 – 19 Jan 2020 | Hofburg Innsbruck
Daily at 5:30 pm & 6:30 pm

Experience the birth of the Alps in a spectacular performance full of light and sound! The "Mount Magic" light show presents this segment of history in a wide array of dazzling colours by projecting stunning images onto the walls of the courtyard at the Imperial Palace in Innsbruck. Come and admire scenes that bring imagination to life on a projection surface covering more than 1,300 square metres. Shows are available daily from 27 November 2019 to 19 January 2020 in the courtyard of the Imperial Palace in Innsbruck. You can choose between two performance times: 5.30 pm and 6.30 pm.

3D open-air show

Anyone who experienced the Lightshow Max 500 last year, which was a show focusing on the life of Emperor Maximilian, can probably still picture the striking and powerful images. The seven high-performance projectors and impressive sound system provide spectators with a truly special open-air experience. This year, you can come and marvel at the Alps as they rise up to surround what is now our much-loved holiday region. Enjoy a powerful, raw and breathtakingly stunning performance. Last season's highlight will also be showing again this year so anyone who missed the presentation on the life of the legendary Emperor Maximilian can take advantage of this new opportunity. The show will take place daily at 7.30 pm throughout its run.

Mount Magic – the plot


Imagine the elemental forces that formed continents, made mountains rise up and changed the entire world. These forces form the focus of Mount Magic. This show tells the story of the birth of the supercontinent Pangaea, simmering volcanoes and powerful oceans in a performance full of fantasy and adventure. A charming marmot narrates the tale as he searches for his family in the commotion of primeval times. You can experience this charming story set against a background of breathtaking images, some of which are surreal and dreamlike and all of which are effectively presented in spectacular 3D style. The walls of the Imperial Palace courtyard in Innsbruck are not only transformed into a huge screen but also impressively integrated as constantly changing creative elements of the show. Mount Magic doesn't aim to teach spectators; it wants to provide inspiration and encourage them to dream. Come and enjoy this multimedia experience for the entire family.
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INFORMATION


Venue:

the courtyard of the Imperial Palace in Innsbruck
Times:
- Lightshow Mount Magic at 5.30 pm and 6.30 pm
- Lightshow Max 500 at 7.30 pm

The lightshows all last approximately 20 minutes. They are open-air events with standing room. No events will be held on 24 December 2019.

ADMISSION


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Adults: 10 euros
Children aged 6 to 16: 4 euros, free admission for children under the age of 6 when accompanied by an adult
Special offer on Mondays: Magic Monday ticket: 7 euros
Tickets are available from Innsbruck Tourist Information (ticket@innsbruck.info), from the evening ticket desk in front of Haus der Musik from 4 pm onwards and from Ö-Ticket sales outlets.
Group discounts are available for groups of 15 or more people
Discounts are available for members of the TT Club and holders of tickets for the Imperial Palace in Innsbruck

LIGHTSHOW MAX 500
27 Nov 2019 - 19 Jan 2020
Daily at 7:30 pm | Hofburg Innsbruck
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Discounts for lightshow ticket holders

Your lightshow tickets also provide discounted admission to other attractions, even during the Christmas period, for example the Light Festival at Swarovski Crystal Worlds from 29 November to 6 January and the Natalie Light Musical Show in Bressanone/Brixen from 22 November to 6 January.