SKIPASS RATES incl. concert
All prices EURO
Adults and seniors
From 4 days the regular rates apply (see www.ischgl.com).
THE MOST IMPORTANT QUESTIONS
ABOUT THE TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN CLOSING CONCERT
Are separate ski pass rates possible without a concert?
If the ski ticket includes the day of the concert (30 April 2024), only the special rate listed will be charged for 1 to 3 days. There are no group rates or other discounts.
From 4 days, the regular ski pass rates apply (see www.ischgl.com).
Can tickets be purchased on the day of the concert for skiing only or for the concert only?
There are only tickets including the concert. No other tickets are available on the day of the concert. In addition, no repeat rides on the Silvretta, Fimba or Pardatschgratbahn are possible.
Is there a ticket limit?
Silvrettaseilbahn AG and Bergbahnen Samnaun AG reserve the right to limit the issue of all or individual ticket categories if there is a risk of overcrowding on the concert site. Only the booking of accommodation in Paznaun or Samnaun guarantees the purchase of a concert ticket.
What are the regulations regarding ski association tickets?
Group tickets (Snow Card Tirol, graubündenCARD, RegioCard Südbünden, Freizeitticket Tirol) are not valid on the day of the concert. On presentation of the guest card from Paznaun or Samnaun, the holder of a network ticket will receive a discounted day ticket at the preferential rate of € 90.00 (adult, senior) or € 50.00 (child).
Season tickets for Ischgl/Samnaun and the Paznaun valley ticket are valid on the day of the event.
When are the ski pass ticket offices open on the day of the concert?
The ticket offices for the Silvretta, Fimba and Pardatschgratbahn lifts are open from 08:00 am to 05:00 pm.
From what time is it possible to ascend to the concert area on 30 April 2024?
The first ascent is possible at 08:30 am; we recommend an early ascent.
The following items may NOT be taken into the concert grounds and will be removed/stored by our security staff
All types of glass containers, alcoholic beverages, cans, cooler bags, bulky items such as umbrellas, sticks, weapons, animals, fireworks, flares, film and video cameras, ...
Is there an entrance control?
Checks are carried out at the valley stations of the Silvretta, Fimba and Pardatschgrat cable cars.
For pedestrians and ski tourers who do not take the cable car to the concert area, separate checkpoints will be set up in the Ischgl and Samnaun areas. Access to the concert area is not possible without a valid ticket.
Where does the concert take place?
The TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN CONCERT is an open-air event and takes place on the Idalp at an altitude of 2,320 metres in the middle of the Ischgl ski area. You can find an overview map of the ski area at www.ischgl.com.
The concert area can also be easily reached without ski equipment using the Silvrettabahn A1, the Fimbabahn A3 or the Pardatschgratbahn A2 and Gratbahn B8. Please bring sturdy shoes and warm, weatherproof clothing and don't forget sun protection.
Where are the toilets?
The toilets are located at the concert site and in the Idalp restaurant.
Where can I eat and drink?
The Restaurant Idalp and the Restaurant Alpenhaus are located directly next to the concert site. There are plenty of food and drink trolleys on the concert site.
Are there additional shuttle buses from Galtür, Kappl and See to Ischgl and back?
Free buses will run at regular intervals on 30 April 2024.
Where are the car parks located?
Paid parking spaces (5 euros / day) are available at the Silvrettabahn valley station and at the Florian car park.
Car park P1/P2 Silvrettabahn A1: http://maps.google.at/maps?q=47.011504,10.287647&num=1&t=h&z=19
Car park P3 - Fimba A3 and Pardatschgratbahn A2 http://maps.google.at/maps?q=47.015121,10.294967&num=1&t=h&z=19
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