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Culinary Festivals 2020

The varied mix of food and drink events in the Hall-Wattens region at a glance

Radieschenfest Hall in Tirol

Radish festival in Hall in Tirol
Saturday, 25th of April 2020, Stiftsplatz
10 am - 4 pm

Crunchy red radishes are the reason for a huge celebration in Hall: Some 60% of all the radishes grown in Austria and many other types of vegetable are cultivated in the "North Tyrolean Vegetable Region". The radish harvest is celebrated every year on Hall's Stiftsplatz with musical accompaniment, local delicacies and, of course, radishes.

Bierfestival (c)STM Hall in Tirol (1)

Brewing festival in Hall in Tirol
Saturday, 30th of May 2020, Stiftsplatz
10 am - 6 pm

The art of brewing has been rediscovered - nowadays there are more and more small, local breweries where the craft is practiced with passion and creativity. A part of the Tyrolean beer brewers show their special products in the oldtown of Hall.

Weinfest Hall in Tirol

Hall's Autumn Wine Festival
21st and 22nd of August 2020, Stiftsplatz, Hall in Tirol
Friday: 5 pm to 10 pm Saturday: 11 am to 10 pm

Hall's popular wine festival is held on the last weekend of August. For two days, vine-growers will be offering solely Austrian wines for tasting and buying. Great music and lively entertainment, served up alongside typical wine tavern delicacies and the finest fermented juices of the grape, help to create a cheerful atmosphere.

Bio -Bergbauernfest Tirol

Organic Mountain Farmers' Festival (Biobergbauernfest)
12th of September 2020, Stiftsplatz, Hall in Tirol
10 am to 5 pm

"Taste and enjoy delicious organic fare" is the motto at the mountain farmers' festival in September. BIO vom BERG, the trademark of the Tyrolean mountain farmers, and the town's marketing organisation, Stadtmarketing Hall, successfully draw organic food lovers into Hall Old Town. Organic farmers from North, East and South Tyrol, from Salzburg, Trentino and Friuli, offer for sale local specialities produced under controlled organic conditions.
Photo credit: birgitpichler.at

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"Haller Kiachl" festival
3rd of October 2020, Stiftsplatz Hall in Tirol

The Kiachl used to be a food for Thanksgiving and has only recently found its way into various Advent markets. Older Haller inhabitants even claim that the Kiachlanger in Hall is said to have got its name from a post-harvest festival at which Kiachl were baked every year.

The Kiachl is, of course, the culinary focus: various types of Kiachl (with sauerkraut, with Szeged goulash, with porcini mushroom ragout, with provencal ratatouille and feta cheese and olives, with smoked salmon and sour cream, with pumpkin ragout sweet or spicy) and sweet iced sugar (with spicy sugar) , with cranberries, with Nutella and brittle, with plum roaster and with apple sauce.

Franz Posch and his Innbrügglers provide the musical accompaniment in the morning.

Herbstfest Haller Bauernmarkt

Hall Farmers' Market Autumn Festival
October 2020, Upper Town Square, Hall in Tirol
9 am to 1 pm

Supported by an open-air concert with a local band, the traders at Hall Farmers' market showcase their seasonal produce and local delicacies and also offer some very affordable deals on potatoes, apples and other stored products.

Adventmarkt Hall in Tirol

Hall Christmas Market
20th of November – 24th December 2020, Oberer Stadtplatz, Hall in Tirol

Hall's traditional Christmas market boasts the sort of friendly atmosphere that is now long gone in many of the larger cities. Particularly striking is the unique array of Christmas lights on the Oberer Stadtplatz and throughout the whole of the Old Town area.

Monday to Friday: 3.00 pm to 8.00 pm
Saturday:10.00 am to 8.00 pm Sunday: 1.00 pm to 8.00pm
Closing time for the catering stalls every day at 9.00 pm.

Find out more about the Christmas Market

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