Tombola at the 3. Festival Ball
published in: Festival Ball, General
|(Photo: Ballbüro / Gerrit Holz)|
Two nights at the Hotel Danieli in Venice, a golden travel alarm clock by Chopard, a five-course menu at the pop-up restaurant Heimatliebe, a business-class flight to Istanbul or an evening dress of Barbara Bonney’s – those are only a few of the many attractive prizes to be won at this year’s tombola at the Festival Ball. More than 700 prizes have been donated by Salzburg’s business community, but also by Austrian and international companies. Visitors have the opportunity to buy tombola tickets during the gala dinner at the Residenz or later at the ball location until midnight. Tickets cost € 20 individually or come in packets of 10; there are at least three guaranteed winning tickets in each packet. With a bit of luck, your ticket will be a winner when the main prizes are drawn at 0:30 am on the Felsenreitschule stage. Then you might find yourself the proud new owner of a Rolex Exclusive Surprise, a hand-stitched air travel suitcase from Schuhmanufaktur Ludwig Reiter, or an elegant fur stole by Liska. The Hotel Sacher has once again donated a wonderful package of overnight stays at its hotels in Vienna, Salzburg and at the Hotel Astoria in Seefeld. And in cooperation between Austrian Airlines and the Hotel Goldener Hirsch, there is a trip to Warsaw with two nights at the Hotel Bristol there to be won. Further main prizes are two fountain pens by Montblanc, exclusive earrings featuring jade, diamonds and pearls from Juwelen Antiquitäten Kunst Ulf Englich as well as a couture evening robe by Andreas Enzenhofer. Try your luck!