The Lammertal HayART-Festival is one of the highlights of the Salzburg Bauernherbst
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HayART in Salzburger Lammertal

The special traditional event in the Salzburg Bauernherbst

Inspiring, amazing, unique is the motto of the HayART-Festival, which the participants live up to every year. During the world's largest hay sculpture parade, held alternately in the villages of the Lammertal Annaberg-Lungötz, Abtenau, St. Martin/Tgb. and Russbach, you can admire the works of art that associations, companies and individuals produce from hay and other natural materials in weeks of work.
The HayART Festival in the Lammertal is accompanied by a varied supporting programme with musical entertainment, craftsmanship and culinary delights.

The next HayART-Festival - 06. September 2020 in Annaberg

The whole programme of HayART 2020:

DateTimeEvent
Saturday, 05. September 2020  evening
musical HayART-evening program - detailed information will be announced as soon as possible
Sunday, 06. September 2020 10.00 am to 05.00 pm Traditional crafts and food market
  11.00 am World's largest Hayfigures corso
  From 01.00 pm on Musical entertainment at the various club stands and tents
  01.30 pm Concert of the traditional band of Abtenau
  03.00 pm Awards for the hayfigures
  03.30 pm End of the HayART-week with live music
ENTRY SUNDAY HAY FESTIVAL:
9,00 Euro - advance ticket sales at the Tourist Office Annaberg-Lungötz possible
Discover the variuos hayfigures along the path  ©TVB Annaberg-Lungötz
Martha Dullnig
The Hayfigures path
After the festival, many of the hayfigurines find their fixed place on the hayfigures path in the center of Annaberg up torwards Kopfberg. There you can admire them almost all year round.

By the way, a part of the "Gaudi-Golf" course also leads past the hayfigures-path. So these two special attractions from Annaberg can be combined with fun and games.

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