Looking for something to do in Vienna? Whether it’s music, culture or film, these things might be worth checking out over the next for weeks. We’ll continue to update this as the month goes on, so watch this space. These are just a few of the highlights happening in Vienna. If you want detailed info on everything that’s happening, check out (in German):
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07.02 – Dilly Dally – Chelsea
Canadian rock/alternative band Dilly Dally take to the small stage in Chelsea for what will be an intimate, sweaty and probably very loud gig. If this is your thing, then you do not want to miss this one.
14.02 – The Wombats – Gasometer
A band that continues to divide opinion. But whether you like them or hate them, you can’t deny that their back catalogue is full of indie disco dancefloor fillers.
18.02 – Tender – Chelsea
The London duo head to Chelsea hot off the release of their debut album, ‘Modern Addiction’. Full of well, tender feelings and emotional synth vibes that create a feeling of isolation as you look deep inside yourself.
19.02 – Balthazar – Flex
It’s been quite a resunding return to form for the Belgian band after their self-imposed hiatus. This is a gig you shouldn’t miss.
21.02 – Dendemann – Gasometer
His return has been celebrated all over the German-speaking world, and Dendemann finally takes to the stage again after a long break. If you can pick up a ticket somewhere, then do so.
25.02 – Farewell Dear Ghost – Vienna Konzerthaus
The Austrian Amadeus winners play a special gig in the Konzerthaus. A must for fans of the band.
28.02 – Modeselektor – Arena Wien
After quite a long break working on the side project Moderat, Modeselektor finally return to the stage for a bit of genre-bending electro music.
More of a rap fan? Then what about Marsimoto at the Gasometer? You can’t beat a bit of Green Wien!
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