Gans Anders Festival

22.- 24. September

baggersee Innsbruck

Welcome to the Gans Anders Festival, where the mountains are high, the lake is clear, and the creativity is off the charts! This festival is all about letting loose, embracing your inner artist, and having a great time with friends old and new.

You’ll find three stages that will keep you grooving all day and night, with acoustic and electronic music that’ll make you want to dance like nobody’s watching. And if you need a break from the tunes, you can always check out the live art performances or get your hands dirty in a workshop or two.

We take our environmental responsibility seriously, so we’re proud to say that everything at the festival is recycled, composted, or reused. Our team of volunteers work hard to make sure the festival has a minimal impact on the environment, while still keeping the fun factor at maximum levels.

So pack your bags, grab your sunscreen, and join us for the most unforgettable weekend of the year. We can’t wait to see what you’ll create and who you’ll meet at Gans Anders.



the festival is from the 22. september until the 24. september at the baggersee in innsbruck.

Friday: 2pm – midnight
Saturday: 12 noon – midnight
Sunday: 12 noon – 10pm

Unfortunately not but you can get a sleepover possibility at montagu hostel in our Shop incuding a transfer to the festival.

You are not allowed to bring your own drinks, but there is always the possibility to get free water.

yes we love to see you take a swim as long as the sun is out.

yes, it is but some stages are on the lawn. that can be challenging with the wheel chair.  

the gans anders festival is a 18+ event. please bring your id card. 

Nevertheless it is possible for parents to bring their kids. we even have  educationists who are organizing childcare with a program for the kids.

to keep the festival a safe space the following items are prohibited:

  • No illegal or illicit substances, drugs, or drug paraphernalia
  • No weapons of any kind including, but not limited to, pocket knives and self defense sprays
  • No flammable items or liquids including aerosols and fireworks
  • No outside food or beverage including alcohol
  • No bottles, cans, canteens, flasks, or coolers
  • No opened over-the-counter medication or eye drops
  • No drones or unmanned aerial vehicles
  • No laser pens, laser pointers, or similar focused light devices
  • No confetti, streamers or loose glitter (wearable cosmetics are acceptable)

To ensure your safety, bag and body checks will be conducted at the entrance. We appeal to you to bring as little luggage as possible and to leave bags and backpacks at home to facilitate entry and allow for a speedy arrival at the festival grounds.

An on-site first aid team is available at all times during the festival to provide first aid and, if necessary, take further measures.

We offer fair prices for food and drinks at the festival. We place importance on a balanced selection of delicious vegetarian and vegan dishes. Bringing your own food and drinks onto the festival grounds is not permitted

There is a strict ban on glass containers throughout the entire festival grounds. As the lake area is often walked on barefoot during the summer, no exceptions can be made in this area.

We have prepared special containers for waste separation. Please pay attention to them so that we can have a clean environment. If anyone intentionally pollutes the surroundings by throwing cigarette butts or litter, we will ask them to leave the festival grounds. We reserve the right to refuse admission, and environmental pollution is not acceptable.

At our festival, we place great importance on awareness and respectful interaction. The awareness team, provided by Arche, is always on site and available to assist with any problems or questions.

Discrimination, racism, and hate have no place at our festival and will not be tolerated. You can recognize the awareness team by their purple fanny packs and light-up necklaces, and they are always available to listen. We want all visitors to have an unforgettable and safe time with us, and that includes awareness of our fellow human beings and their needs.

Unfortunately, animals are not allowed on the lake area premises!


the festival takes place at the baggersee rossau in innsbruck.

47° 15′ 56,38″ N, 11° 26′ 47,9″ O

From Innsbruck, we recommend traveling by bike. It’s possible to ride along the Inn river from the city center to the lake area.

by bus

Bus lines C, F, and R run directly from Innsbruck city center to the bus stop 'Innsbruck Baggersee'.

by car

There are multiple options around the festival area at the industrial site to park your car.

Tickets & CASHless

Yes, we have a ticket swap shop. Unfortunately, transferring tickets incurs a small fee (which is mandatory from the provider). The link will follow soon.

There will be no day tickets available for pre-sale. If tickets are still available, there may be some at the box office in the evening.

No. Personalizing the tickets is no longer necessary.

Each festival band has a chip that can be loaded with money. This chip can then be used to make purchases throughout the festival.

There is both the option to load the bands on site (with cash or card) and to load them online in advance.

Yes, usually there is a possibility to buy tickets at a cheaper price at our events.

Outside the events, we also offer offline tickets in various local venues. More information about this will follow soon.

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