Both Georg Spazier and Jens Holm are delighted with the result: “The logo suits Innsbruck and the Winter World Masters Games perfectly. The logo is very recognisable and will blend in perfectly with the city surroundings in the run-up to the games in 20.” Sporting competitions for athletes in their late 20s and over “We are delighted to have the honour of hosting the Winter World Masters Games,” says Innsbruck’s vice mayor, Christoph Kaufmann, who is also responsible for sport in the city council.
Following the Olympic Games in 19 and the Youth Olympic Games in 2012, the Masters Games are a great addition to Innsbruck’s portfolio of major international sports events.
Towards the evening, the clouds will thicken again.
On Saturday, a weather front will pass over our region bringing milder maritime air and thick clouds to our region.
The concerts and operas take place in a variety of locations in and around Innsbruck, the most beautiful of which is the Spanish Hall in Ambras Castle with its elaborate wooden ceiling.
Other venues include the Treibhaus, the Tyrolean State Theatre and the Hofburg Imperial Palace.
An additional highlight, set to take place on 15th August, is Ambras Castle Festival when the castle grounds form the setting for a colourful Renaissance festival to delight children and adults alike. Early Music in Innsbruck During the 16th and 17th centuries Innsbruck was a magnet for great composers from all over the world.
Thanks to its sumptuously splendid opera performances, the Capital of the Alps became a world centre for music lovers.
“We are delighted that Innsbruck will follow in the footsteps of Bled (Slovenia) and Quebec City (Canada) by hosting the Winter World Masters Games in around two and a half years’ time.The Winter World Masters Games 2020 will take place from 10 to 19 January 2020.