What is Tollwood? The Tollwood Festival actually takes place in Munich twice a year, once in summer and once in winter. Tollwood is a private company that organizes festivals and activities that promote ecological and cultural themes. The Tollwood festivals have happened in Munich since 1988 and its keystone principals include tolerance, diversity and “culture for all.”
Through this established forum, the winter festivals incorporate many different activities including music, a world salon and a market of ideas within an international exhibition space.
Getting to Tollwood is not too difficult as it is located near the Theresienwiese in Munich and is accessible by multiple lines of public transport. Tickets are available online and to encourage the use of public transportation, your ticket can be used to access city trains.
More than 70 percent of the Tollwood festival is free. For more details on paid programming, check out the specifics on the website. Many of the music events require paid entry. Cultural events include dance, theater and cabaret.
All the food at the festival is certified organic in accordance with the mission to support the environment. The Winter Festival begins Nov. 23 and goes through New Year’s Eve. In addition, this festival offers one of the most popular Christmas markets in the region, which takes place until Dec. 23.
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