Innsbruck - Tirol
Tiroler Alpenbühne Geschwister Gundolf

Tyrolean evening - prices

Find detailed information about our packages, menu options, additional services & our program

We have moved and do now perform exclusively at our new venue in the centre of Innsbruck, the ALPENSAAL AN DER MESSE (EXPO) which can be reached from the city center by a short 5-10 minute walk or by using the Tram line no. 1 (tram stop "Messe"). NEW: our venue can now be reached directly by train (local ÖBB S-Bahn lines) getting off at the new train station "MESSE".

ADDRESS: "Alpensaal an der Messe", Ingenieur-Etzel-Straße, 6020 Innsbruck (entrance located near the Expo entrance "Messe SÜD")

When and where

May through October (Summer season)

Daily performance (subject to change) - see for confirmed dates.

November through April (Winter season)

Every Wednesday & Friday (subject to change) - see for confirmed dates.


daily at 8:30 p.m. (duration until 10 p.m. approx.)


You can choose to have dinner before the show starts at 7 p.m. or during the show at 8:30 p.m.


ALPENSAAL an der Messe (Expo)

Entrance fees

Tyrolean Evening


35,00 € per person including 1 drink

Children until 14 years:

10,00 € per child including 1 drink

Children 0-5 years of age:

Are granted free admission, no food or drinks included, availability on the spot

Dinner & Show


60,00 € per person including 3 course menu & 1 drink

Children until 14 years:

20,00 € per incl. 3 course menu & 1 drink

Children 0-5 years of age:

Are granted free admission, no food or drinks included, availability on the spot

Tyrolean Evening Menu

Our traditional dishes on offer made from local products

You have the possibility to have dinner at 7 p.m. before the show or at 8:30 p.m. during the programme.

* Please contact us in case of special dietary requirements – availability and rates on request

Transfer services to the ALPENSAAL

Transfer services to the ALPENSAAL

Transfer services 10,00 € per person (round trip for adults and children)

We offer you a transfer service for an additional charge (= round trip € 10 per person) in the city of Innsbruck (the districts Igls and Hungerburg are not included) to the Alpensaal, in case your hotel is not in walking distance. Please note that the price is valid for Innsbruck-City, for all other pick-up points extra charges will be made depending on location and distance. Confirmation of the transfer surcharge on request.

Transfer time:

  • Pickup at 7 p.m. if you’ve booked Show & pre-show dinner (show starts at 20:30 p.m.)
  • Pickup at 8 p.m. if you’ve booked the Tyrolean Evening without dinner or with dinner during the programme (show starts at 20:30 p.m.)
  • Return transfer at 10 p.m.

The Gundolf family’s Tyrolean Evening program

Keeps inspiring local audiences as well as audiences from abroad day after day

The Tyrolean Evenings organized by the Gundolf Family have been entertaining visitors of the city of Innsbruck and the Tyrol for more than 55 years already. The highly varied programme does only include traditional and authentic Tyrolean folk music with different instruments, Tyrolean dances, “shoe-slapping” as well as typical singing and “yodelling”.

Daily at 8.30 p.m. (duration until 10 p.m. approx.)

The songs and dances of this program are also available on DVD and CD. Sale during the interval or after the performance. Subject to alterations of the program.

  • 1. Music

  • 2. Schuhplattler (folk dance) - „Reith im Winkel“

  • 3. Yodel-song

  • 4. Tyrolean figure-dance

  • 5. Song on the singing saw

  • 6. Yodel-song

  • 7. Schuhplattler (folk dance) - „Cross Polka“

  • 8. Solo on the country-harp

  • 9. Alphornklänge - alphorn sounds

  • 10. Solo on special tuned cow-bells

  • 11. Yodel-song

  • 12. Hackbrett (typical Tyrolean string instrument)

  • 13. Wood chopper’s dance

  • Entracte

  • 14. Innsbrucker Fanfare

  • 15. Yodel-song

  • 16. Solo on the zither

  • 17. The miller’s dance

  • 18. Raffele (old Tyrolean string instrument)

  • 19. Jealousy dance

  • 20. Hölzernes G’lachter - xylophone

  • 21. Cowbell dance

  • 22. Yodel-song

  • 23. Miner’s dance

  • 24. The march of the mountaineers - „Bozner Bergsteigermarsch“

  • Finale