04 January 2023
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The new year has begun and how beautiful Innsbruck has started into it.

Last year's Bergsilvester saw the premiere of 3D facade mapping on popular Innsbruck squares and this year the event was not only relaunched, but in my eyes also further perfected.

In addition to the widely known fireworks on the Innsbruck Nordkette, there were many colorful lights and motifs on the famous colorful row of houses of Mariahilf, the Innsbruck Cathedral, the Hofburg and Hofkirche as well as the City Hall.

A live concert in front of the Hofburg made the New Year's Eve party perfect.

Mariahilf - Fascination Alpine Wildlife

The facade mapping in Mariahilf has particularly impressed me this year. Since I am a big fan of the Innsbruck Alpine Zoo, the choice of motif with animals that live in the zoo made me very happy.

From 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. you could admire the facade mapping to good music and experience the panorama of the Nordkette behind it.

St. Jacob's Cathedral - Living ornamentation

At St. Jacob's Cathedral, the illumination of the facade was also impressive. To accompanying slow beats, there were various motifs to admire. The audience of the always well-attended Domplatz on this evening was visibly enthusiastic.

City Hall - House of Colors

The Innsbruck City Hall was illuminated this year for the first time with a 3D facade mapping. Many colorful shapes, spheres and balls were the order of the day here.

Hofburg and Hofkirche - Inside Out

The actual New Year's Eve party took place in front of the Hofburg. A DJ heated up the very well-attended event and the mood was boiling when the Queen Tribute Band played. One truly believed the original band would be on stage. Simply great!

Meanwhile, one could hardly get enough of the many motifs that were projected onto the Hofburg and Hofkirche.

Fireworks on the Nordkette

Traditionally, the new year was ushered in with another sensational fireworks display on the Seegrube. On the house facades of Mariahilf there was a projected countdown to midnight 2023 . Behind it the fireworks on the mountain. Simply fantastic.

In a good mood, people danced into the new year to the sound of waltzes on the market square.

A really successful mountain New Year's Eve with the best weather. The fireworks on the Seegrube were again a dream and so was the further refined 3D facade mapping, which, by the way, can still be seen until Jan. 6, 2023 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.. More details here.

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