Review: Summer Festival 2021
“I want to because I can, which I have to. #NoDegreeFurther!”
Smaller. Different. Special. Under the motto “I want, because I can, what I have to. #KeinGradWeiter!” the summer festival took place in a much smaller version and with comprehensive Corona protection measures from 1 July to 22 August in the Olympiapark after a year’s break from Corona. It was smaller, different, but special and with 53 festival days the longest festival in Tollwood history so far.
The entire festival period was marked by weather extremes, from wildly fluctuating temperatures to heavy rain and violent thunderstorms. And yet there were also many good things: being able to welcome back at least some of the Tollwood market participants and caterers, many happy artists who were able to play in front of an audience again for the first time in a long time. And happy visitors who felt reminded of the beginnings of Tollwood or who were happy about, as the SZ wrote, “wonderfully relaxed togetherness” and “a wonderful, nostalgic atmosphere that not even the rain could destroy”.
Even though everything was a little different this summer, Tollwood, true to its festival philosophy, offered visitors an extensive free cultural programme. The musical heart of the festival beat this summer on the stage of the Hacker-Pschorr-Brett, with up to two live acts daily and artists such as Roger Rekless, Johnny Rakete and Schwarz. Then there were the unamplified pop-up concerts at the S-Beach. So the audience could choose between two and four live music acts every day. In addition, there were up to eight performances and walk acts per day. There was also a daily programme for children. In the “Garden of Flying Clouds”, yogis big and small got their money’s worth, and at the Tollwood Piazza, visitors could take part in “The Citizen is present”, a silent art action on three days. A total of over 700 events took place with free admission.
Tollwood Summer Festival 2021
Frequently Asked Questions
Please contact the festival ticket office during the festival or give us a call at 0700-38385024 (chargeable).
For two weeks after the end of the festival, lost and found items stay at the Tollwood office in the Waisenhausstr. 20, 80637 Munich. Please send us an email at [email protected] with a description of your property, when you’ve lost it and your contact information. About 4 days after the end of the festival we are available for requests by phone 0700-38385024 (chargeable).
After the storage period has expired, the lost and found items will be brought to the Städtische Fundbüro at Ötztaler Str. 17, 80466 Munich.
In general dogs are allowed on the festival grounds. However, please note that dogs have to be kept on a leash at all times.
It is not allowed to bring dogs to chargeable events (i.e. concerts at the Musik-Arena, New Years Eve Party).
The whole programme for children and adolsecent is for free.
The children programme is appropriate for children between 4 and 12 years, unless stated differently.
In summer we additionally offer a programme for adolescents (12-17 years).
For a gig at Tollwood Summer Festival (Andechser Zelt / Lounge) and Winter Festival (Tief-im-Wald-Bar), please send your application to Viktoria Raith (KulturKOnzept) [email protected].
You can find more information on our homepage.
All enterprises, exhibitors and restaurateurs alike, who sell products at Tollwood are independent and have their own personel planning. Tollwood is not offering jobs for market or food stalls. Regarding data protection laws, it is not allowed to pass on contact information.
The exhibitors publish current job offers at Tollwood-Marktforum. On this platform it is also possible to publish a job application and to get in touch with the exhibitors directly.
The exhibitors at Tollwood Festival are independent enterprises, who sell their products at the festival. in case of refund or compensation claims, we kindly ask you to contact the exhibitor directly.
You receive this information directly at the food stall.
At Tollwood-Marktforum you can find information on all exhibitors of the past festivals, including a detailed description.
A refund is not possible if a ticket has already been paid at Tollwood directly. Except if an event has been canceled or postponed. In this case you will get the refund of the whole ticket price. Otherwise please contact the ticket office where you bought your ticket.
A delay of the beginning of an event does not correspond with a postponement. In this case a refund of the ticket is not possible.
Use our Ticketbörse if you have tickets which you cannot make use of yourself.
Puchase Order: Order your tickets via our ticket-hotline 0700 – 38 38 50 24 (chargeable). We will send you your tickets within 10 days after payment. Dispatch itself is free of charge.
Payment: Pay by Visa or Euro/Master-Card or settle the outstanding bill via transaction stating your reservation number to the bank account:
IBAN: DE02 7015 0000 0000 2792 99, SWIFT (BIC): SSKM DE MM; Bank Account Holder: Tollwood GmbH
Costs: With us you only pay the ticket price plus presale charge, plus a system fee of 1 €/ticket. Dispatch is free.
Note: The mailing of the tickets is only possible up to 10 days before the date of the event, afterwards the tickets will be placed at the festival box office for collection. The payment via transaction is only possible up to 10 days before the event and only if ordered by phone.
Of course, you can order your tickets online at www.muenchenticket.de or purchase them at all presale counters.
Please note: Please buy your concert tickets via Tollwood (ticket hotline: 0700-38 38 50 24 or [email protected]) or our official ticket partners (München Tickets & Eventim). Unauthorized ticket providers or resale platforms often charge excessive prices and fees. In addition, there is no guarantee that the tickets aren’t fake.
The festival ticket office is close to the main entrance. Tollwood-Site-Map
On the festival grounds in the Olympiapark, north of the Musik-Arena, there are designates parking spaces for people with impairments. Only people with a special certificate (blue parking permit) are allowed to park there.
Access via Ackermannstraße at the corner of Spiridon-Louis-Ring.
The stewards at the gateway are instructed to let vehicles with a certificate of disability (blue parking permit) pass through, up to the gate at the entrance of the festival. Here the stewards will show you the exact parking spot. We ask for your understanding that there is only a limited number of spaces available,.
If these parking spaces are occupied, the vehicle has to be parked at the parking area of the Olympia Park (Parkharfe Olympiastadion).
There are no parking spaces at the Summer Festival. The only option for parking around the festival grounds is the Parkharfe at Olympiastadion (chargeable). Tollwood asks his visitors to take public tranportation or the bike to the festival.
Information on how to get to the Summer or Winter Festival via public transport here.
Because of the great demand we ask you to send us a reply-paid envelope (C4) with your address and sufficiently stamped. Accordingly we are happy to send you the programme.
If you want to receive the Tollwood-Programme on a regular basis and automatically, just order our Tollwood-Magazin-Abo. Against a contribution to cost of € 1,79 (dispatched within Germany) for each sending, you will receive the current Tollwood-Programme hot of the press. Just send us the order sheet via mail or fax.
Yes, at the main entrance next to the festival information / ticket office there is an ATM by Stadtsparkasse München.
The entrance to the festival grounds with the “market of ideas” is free. In total over 70 per cent of all cultural activities take place with free admission and are freely accessible. You will find information on chargeable events such as i.e. concerts, theatre etc. in the current festival programme.
The location of the theatre tent in summer varies according to the theatre groups’ requirements. A current site-map is available two months before the start of the festival.
Tollwood presents a fine selection of international groups with a focus on Nouveau Cirque and physical theatre. These shows usually entail an entrance fee. In our current magazine, you can find all information on the companies.
Here you receive all information on how to order tickets: FAQ- Tickets
In winter, performances take place at the performance stage or at the entrance area.
In summer, performances take place at the Amphitheatre or at other venues on the festival grounds.
Walk-Acts move all over the festival grounds.
More information in the Tollwood magazine. The admission is free. Reservations are not possible. The current site map of the Tollwood festival grounds will be available two months before the start of the festival [>>].
Walk-Acts are free of charge – you receive information on start and position of the groups at the box office/information desk at the main entrance of the festival.
The “Market of Ideas” is as much part of the Tollwood Festival as theater, concerts, art and environmental activities. The setting creates an extraordinary diversity and an exceptional atmosphere in summer as in winter.
Some 200 exhibitors offer international craftsworks – for the most part in fair trade quality, more than 50 restaurateurs offer organic food from all over the world.
In winter, the “Market of Ideas” closes before Christmas on 23 December at 10 pm.