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Winter-Woodstock of brass music

22 - 24 march 2024

After a successful weekend in 2023, the Winter Woodstock of brass music will enter its third edition in March 2024. During the day at the hut and in the evening on a stage in the valley, brass music is celebrated in all facets and colors. The motto for the entire weekend is "Brass Music on the Rocks", just like last year, with well-known and modern brass bands providing the best atmosphere.

stages & lodges

  • Main Stage (valley station Brixen im Thale)

  • Brixner Stadl (valley station Brixen im Thale)

  • Nieding Alm (Brixen im Thale)

  • Ochsalm (Kirchberg in Tirol)

  • Choralpe (Westendorf)

  • Sonnalm (Westendorf)

  • Kitzalm (Kirchberg)

From Friday to Sunday, the best brass bands will get the Brixental ski lodges rocking. The "brass music lodges" are located right by the piste. For skiers and pedestrians the concerts are easy to get to, so that truly everyone can enjoy the music, but at the same time also make use of the wonderful ski areas. At daytime the musicians get the ski areas and Alpine lodges shaking. In the evening, the concertgoers party at the festival grounds in Brixen im Thale. Two large concert stages, plenty of famous artists and a wide range of culinary options ensure party-feeling in a brass music outfit.

To the ticket shop

Tickets for the Winter Woodstock of brass music in Brixental are already available on the official event website. Buy your ticket conveniently and easily online and print out your festival pass at home.

Find out more about the different ticket options or find out about attractive group rates. Here is further information!


What tickets are available?

  • checkFestivalpass € 99,-

  • checkDay ticket friday € 49,-

  • checkDay ticket saturday € 49,-

  • checkDay ticket sunday € 19,-



Winter-Woodstock of brass music

Further winter events


Winter-Woodstock 2022 - Aftermovie

You + us = together in winter conditions. Brass music in the Brixen Valley. 4 colorful stages, in the valley and on the mountain.

More information at