Events in St. Anton

Numerous events for him & her.

The events calendar in St. Anton promises a varied range of events, information and a great atmosphere both summer and winter. The Arlberg is home to athletes and families, young and old. Whether it's musical highlights, cultural festivals or top sporting events, the calendar of events is appropriately varied. 


29 November to 2 December 2018

To kick off the 2018/19 Stanton Ski Open from 29 November to 2 December 2018, St. Anton am Arlberg welcomes its guests with the newly designed "Catch me if you can" downhill race. On November 29, 222 athletes equipped with headlamps duel it out in groups of two on a strenuous giant slalom over the infamous Kandahar slope in the deepest darkness, before the lift operation officially starts on the following day. On Saturday evening, 1 December, rock singer Anastacia and special guest Melanie C (ex-"Spice Girl") will get the audience going on the open-air stage near the concert grounds.

Skishow "The Snow must go on"

December - March

Under the title "Schneetreiben - The Snow Must Go On" the Tourism Association, the Arlberger Bergbahnen Cable Car Co, the Ski School Arlberg and the New School-Team of the Ski Club Arlberg are presenting a spectacular weekly demo show.

The Arlberg Eagle 2019

Three Competitions - 1 Winner

The triathlon consists of a mountain bike race (Arlberg Bike Marathon 24.8.2019), a half marathon in July  (Semi-Marathon "Jakobilauf" 27.7.2018) and the cult ski race "Weisser Rausch" (The White Thrill) in April (21.4.2019).

St. Antoner village festival

14. and 15.07.2018

Experience tradition and heritage.

During „St. Antoner Dorffest“ village festival on the 20th and 21st of July 2019, several local clubs and groups are going to cheer locals and guests in St. Anton am Arlberg pedestrian zone with dance, traditional music, Tyrolean gastronomy, art and handmade products, but also competitions and much more with lively entertainment. All these surrounded by beautiful alpine meadows and mountains.


4th August 2019

For the hardcore. 150 kilometres long with a gruelling ascent of 2,500 metres in altitude – just the basic details of the ARLBERG Giro on 4th of August make one thing unmistakably clear: Whoever competes in this race has to fight like a pro. Participants need courage, strength and an iron will to overcome this route from St. Anton over the Arlberg Pass, through Bludenz, Montafon, Silvretta, Paznauntal Valley and back to St. Anton.