On July 15 and 16 2017, Austria’s largest summer holiday tour will bring smiling faces and shining children’s eyes to the Bergbahnen Kleinarl parking lot. Apart from an extensive sports program, popular artists provide entertainment for all generations on the NIVEA show stage.
Experience a day full of action, fun and entertainment with your kids at the NIVEA Family Festival at the Wagrain-Kleinarl holiday paradise.
The family sports ground
Exercise for all generations
Get active at the NIVEA Family Festival: On the 1000 m2 sports area, all sports enthusiasts get their share. Soccer, rodeo riding, climbing, go-karts, or having fun at the giant slide or the inflatable basketball court: The NIVEA Family Festival has exciting activities to offer for all visitors.
All around, the big tent city offers extensive creative activities such as painting, crafting and playing. With the purchase of a lottery ticket in the context the charity marathon, you can support SOS Children’s Villages and also get the chance to win thank-you gifts.
Young guest stars
Entertainment program on the NIVEA show stage
On the NIVEA show stage, we exclusively invite young Austrian stars to create an exuberant atmosphere among the visitors. The highlight of the show is the gig of the successful iBros. The musical brothers Aeneas (15) and Timmi (16), known from their TV column “The world of iBros”, are already experienced entertainers. Furthermore, the crowd favorites Lukas and Falco, winners of the RTL show “Supertalent”, turn up the heat at the Family Festival.
Lukas Pratschker will further guide you through the varied program together with Robert Steiner and the magician and host Flo Mayer. For our smallest guests, we did of course invite Kasperl & Co. as well as the cheeky Rolf Rüdiger again this year.
At the NIVEA Family Festival in Wagrain-Kleinarl
Climbing on the 5m climbing mountain
Inflatable basketball court
Renault go-kart track
Charity marathon with thank-you gifts
Stars on and around the NIVEA show stage:
iBros, Lukas & Falco, Kasperl & Co., Rolf Rüdiger, and many more.
The festival takes place on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. – free admission, in all weathers (except heavy rains and thunderstorms).