Electric Spring in the MuseumsQuartier
Due to bad weather all concerts will be indoor in Hall E.
Vienna is a musical city - not only as far as classical music is concerned. Austrian electronic music also enjoys a good reputation around the world. Visitors can be impressed by the high quality of the music acts in April with free admission in Vienna's MuseumsQuartier (MQ). The Electric Spring music festival offers an exciting two-day program, taking place both indoors and outdoors throughout the entire MQ area.
The festival is opened on the Thursday on the open-air stage in the main courtyard by Mr. Dero & Klumzy Tung with melodic rap, guitar sounds and electronic beats. The next day, Gerard can be heard here, one of the most exciting artists of the Austrian hip hop scene. The young Mavi Phoenix from Linz (picture at top) is considered a great hope on the Austrian pop music scene with her danceable sounds and audible love of R&B - she performs in Halle E on the Friday.
The musician Motsa, who lives in Vienna, also performs his urgent yet danceable electro sound in fine style. Lulu Schmidt is an artistic one-woman performance including violin, keyboard, laptop and voice. Clara Moto from Graz also produces successful club music - often with celestial sounds. And the internationally successful Viennese DJ Wolfram will transform Halle E into a dance palace with his unmistakable mix of techno, house, disco and pop.
20 and 21 April 2017
Concerts from 7.30 pm
MuseumsQuartier ViennaMuseumsplatz 1 , 1070 Wien
- no steps
Parking spaces for people with disabilities
6 parking spaces within the MuseumsQuartier complex
- 4 Parking spaces for people with disabilities
- Seeing eye dogs allowed
- Wheelchair accessible restroom available.
Special offers for people with disabilities
Wheelchair service in the MQ-Point by the main entrance: daily 10 am – 7 pm free rental (form of ID left as a deposit). Inductive audio systems in the auditoriums (Hall E + G).
Seeing-eye dogs by prior arrangement with the respective cultural institutions.
Access to all MuseumsQuartier institutions: no steps. All public elevators are suitable for wheelchairs.
- Main entrance