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Film Festival 2020 #soWIENie

Each summer for the past three decades, the City of Vienna has offered appealing cultural attractions free of charge at Vienna’s Rathausplatz. For a whole 65 days, the Film Festival offers a unique combination of major music productions and top-quality catering under the open sky.

In 2020, the popular public event kicks off with an innovative concept. Visitors can look forward to a reinterpreted Film Festival that complies with all the measures designed to protect people’s health while also ensuring laid-back cultural and culinary enjoyment.

A superb musical programme set against an impressive backdrop, combined with the lightness and ease of summer, is guaranteed to make for a Film Festival experience at Rathausplatz “like never before” (= #soWIENie).

Information on the 2020 Film Festival

Culture

The open-air cinema area has a total of 164 boxes for 2 or 4 people. For all those who simply can’t miss out on their favourite film, the best option is to reserve a free box online, because access to the cinema area is only possible with a valid ticket. Remaining tickets are available at the information desk on site.

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Dining

“Small but mighty” is this year’s culinary motto by renowned caterer DO & CO, which promises to take guests on a journey of delightful discovery with their international cuisine. The cordoned-off dining area is open from 11 a.m. to midnight and provides space for 500 guests. Reservations will be possible shortly via the link below.

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Opening hours

4 July to 6 September 2020

Open-air cinema:
Films begin after nightfall
Admission: 2 hours before the film starts – only with a valid reservation!

Dining:
11 a.m. to midnight – reservation online!

How to get here

Rathausplatz, 1010 Vienna

Using the Wiener Linien:

* U2 Rathaus station
* Tram lines 1, D and 71
(Rathausplatz/Burgtheater stop)
* Tram line 2
(Stadiongasse/Parlament stop)

Weather

Webcam on the Burgtheater with a view of Vienna City Hall