ImPulsTanz Festival

Described by organisers as Europe's biggest dance festival, ImPulsTanz presents a series of performances by international and Austrian dancers, professionals and amateurs, young and old.

Highlights include a group piece choreographed by Japan's Akemi Takeya, a reworking of ballet history with Florentina Holzinger and Vincent Riebeek, and a new production based on the work of dancers Amanda Piña and Daniel Zimmermann.

This year the festival takes place at several museums including the Weltmuseum, the Mumok and the 21er Haus, while visitors can also participate in 250 dance workshops.

There are live DJ sets and concerts each evening at the ImPulsTanz Festival Lounge in the Burgtheater, as well as dance parties later on at the casino on Schwarzenbergplatz.

For full details of the festival, which has run for nearly 30 years, see website.

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