The magical forest Lenzerheide
The magical forest Lenzerheide invites you to marvel at and discover again from the 14th to the 30th of December 2018. Inspiring light art in a wintry backdrop, a first-class musical experience and culinary pampering moments create a unique experience for all the senses.
Radiant children’s eyes
The sensory festival lures in the open air with a separate children’s program in the early evening hours. In addition to the concert by Papagallo & Gollo, singer Linard Bardill, clown Pepe and storyteller Caroline Capiaghi make children’s eyes shine. The magic forest is a place for young and old. With the new children’s program, families should be able to enjoy the complete magic forest experience.
From singing trees and winter fireflies
Artistically, the Magic Forest promises to set new, surprising highlights in 2018. The visitors immerse themselves in a world in which trees sing, lighthouses carry wishes out into the world and winter fireflies fly through the cool night. And they discover a fascinating winter world of crystal trees, waves of light or angelic figures. In addition, performance artists put the visitors in beautiful-scary horrors and bring both beautiful and poetic moments.
Open-air concerts in a class of their own
As usual, visitors will once again experience concerts every evening on the open-air stage in the magic forest. The varied line-up features well-known artists from Germany and abroad. Seven, Baschi, Nemo, Crimer, Nickless, Bibi Vaplan, Stevans and Stu Larsen will be among them this year. As real magic forest fans you may call Philipp Fankhauser, Martion O. or Carrousel. In 2018 they will once again be on the wintry magic forest stage.
Tickets available in advance
The tickets for the Magic Forest Lenzerheide are available online now. The pre-sale “Priority Pass” (adolescents CHF 15, adults CHF 28) now includes admission on the respective evening as well as a drink in the Marktdörfchen.
In addition, a “culinary package” (CHF 58) including admission, two drinks, main course as well as soup or dessert is available in advance.
As usual, single entries (adolescents CHF 10, adults CHF 20) and a season ticket (CHF 180) are available at the box office. Children up to 11 years are free.