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Facts and Figures 2015

Duration of Festival 44
Number of venues 14
Number of performances
Opera
Concert opera performances
Concerts
Plays
Children's programme performances
188
35
6
85
42
20
Special performances
Dress rehearsal open to the public
57
15


Total number of visitors 263.501
Number of countries 74
of which non-European countries 35
Percentage of seats sold 95%
Ticket sales revenue 28.642.188 €
Accredited Journalists
Number of countries

Contributions from public funding and the Tourism Promotion Fund
, of which
Federal Government
Province of Salzburg
City of Salzburg
Tourism Promotion Fund
546
33

16.016.000 €


40%
20%
20%
20%
Number of employees

216 permanent employees
3.511 seasonal workers

Income of the Salzburg Festival Fund 2014















The item “Other Festival revenue” contains proceeds from the sale of evening programmes, advertisements, from co-productions and guest appearances, media usage, rentals and guided tours, the sales and renting out of productions, and other sources.

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THE SALZBURG FESTIVAL
AN ECONOMIC MOTOR WITH EFFECTS FAR BEYOND SALZBURG

The economy and the Salzburg Festival? This is often reduced to mere “indirect profitability” benefiting the state. However, as the world’s leading festival of music and theatre, the Salzburg Festival creates far more than mere fiscal effects – as the centre of an organically grown economic ecosystem, it fulfils many functions and affects Salzburg profoundly as a location for business and companies.

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