WELCOME TO THE TOLLWOOD
a slightly different Christmas market
The Tollwood takes place twice a year in Munich. In summer in the Olympiapark Süd and in winter on the Theresienwiese in the heart of Munich. Both impress with their unique mix of culture, gastronomy and craftsmanship. Here, 70% of the attractions are made available to all visitors free of charge. In summer, the artistic focus is on Nouveau Cirque productions from around the world, concerts by stars, newcomers and music legends from the international music scene, and performances by local and regional bands. In winter at international theater companies and the “Weltsalon”, the tent for current social and ecological issues. In addition to all the cultural offerings, the “Market of Ideas” also attracts visitors with international handicrafts, culinary delicacies and an enchanting square design. A wide range of organic foods is important in gastronomy. All stands are certified according to the EU organic regulation. These come together internationally in the dinner tents in winter. You can get dishes from India, Pakistan, Arab countries, Spain and many more. Since the first time, the organizers have been committed to people, animals and the environment – at the festival and far beyond. Musically there will be a lot on offer in summer 2021. There will be something for almost everyone. The Spider Murphy Gang, Hubert von Goisern, Bonnie Tyler, SDP, Mark Forster, Sido, Alvaro Soler and many more will perform. Unfortunately, the artists have not yet been determined for the winter. The highlight will be (like every year) the New Year’s Eve party. After a party under the motto of the whole event (cultural enjoyment, joie de vivre and commitment to the environment and a fair world), the old year will be bid farewell with fireworks and the new year will be welcomed. And even without the many concerts, there is always something worth seeing. The Tollwood in winter is a slightly different Christmas market. From regional products (cheese, sausage, schnapps) to the sale of jewelry you can of course also find traditional products. Because what would a Christmas market be without mulled wine, Feuerzangenbowle, crêpes, Christmas decorations and much more.