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December 29, 2009 News

New Year’s Eve in Linz – Opening Times of Shops

On New Year’s Eve the shops in the metropolitan area of Linz will close in the afternoon. While the majority of the grocery stores keep open until 15:00, many other shops in the inner city of Linz close at 13:00.

Here are some opening times: …read more

December 27, 2009 Events

New Year’s Eve/New Year’s Day 2009/2010 Events in Linz

In addition to the big New Year’s party at the “Hauptplatz” (main square) Linz offers a few more events on New Year’s Eve and on New Year’s Day 2009/2010: …read more

December 15, 2009 Events

Silvester in Linz – Jahreswechsel 2009/2010
New Year’s Eve in Linz – 2009/2010

Silvester in Linz zum Jahreswechsel 2010Der letzte Tag des Kulturhauptstadtjahres Linz 09 wird auf dem Linzer Hauptplatz noch einmal gebührend gefeiert. Beginnend mit der Linzer Band SHY (22:00 – 22:45) folgen ab 23:15 Electronica und Jazz mit dem Wiener Produzenten WALDECK. Höhepunkt nach dem Silvesterfeuerwerk zu den Klängen des Donauwalzers sind dann ab 00:30 RUSSKAJA, die schon beim Kronefest im Sommer 2009 (trotz Regen) den Linzern, egal ob jung oder alt, richtig einheizten.

The last day of the year, ( and of Linz 09 Capital of Culture) will be celebrated on the main square of Linz. Starting with the Linz band SHY (22:00 to 22:45) followed at 23:15 by electronica and jazz with the Viennese producer WALDECK. Peak at 00:30 after the New Year’s Eve fireworks (to the sounds of the Danube Waltz) will be RUSSKAJA who already pleased the people of Linz at the “Kronefest” in summer 2009 (despite the rain). …read more

December 31, 2008 Events

That was New Year’s Eve 2008/2009 in Linz

Linz New Year's Eve 2008/2009 Hauptplatz LinzNew Year’s Eve (Silvester) 2008/2009 course was marked by the opening of the culture-capital-year Linz09. Accordingly, in the center of Linz the arrival of the new year 2009 has been celebrated pompous and with many extra programs.
Despite the blocked “Urfahrmarktgelände” the parking chaos kept the in boundaries, probably numerous visitors took advantage of the extended operating hours of the Linz tram. …read more