Painting, music and philosophy in the mountains of Lech.
The Lech summer of culture is a unique opportunity to listen to brilliant soloists, excellent orchestras or folk music and dance groups.
Traditional Musicians Day in Lech
Folk musicians, singers and dancers play and sing throughout the day at the Alpine huts, on the mountain pastures in the open air and, if the weather is bad, inside in the chalet lounges.
Lech Classic Festival
31.07. – 06.08.
The Festival focuses on the young professional musicians of the Lech Festival Orchestra. They challenge top-class soloists with a terrific musical program, where each concert is an unforgettable gala performance.
Jazz Stage Lech
09.08. – 12.08.
The focus at this musical event is on jazz in all its varieties, and great importance is also attached to contemporary music. As the quality and authenticity of the music is a crucial factor for us, the event will feature jazz musicians with an international reputation.
19.09. – 24.09.
Towards the end of the summer of culture the Philosophicum will conduct discussions by renowned philosophers, as well as by cultural, social and natural scientists, on central issues in current affairs.
The James Turrell art experience.
The world-famous American artist James Turrell designed a Lightroom where sky and earth seem to encounter one another from a new point of view in the high alpine landscape of Lech.
Sporty, elegant & exciting – the summer of events in Lech.
In addition to the beautiful mountain world in and around Lech, our village offers you a wide range of events.
Arlberg Classic Car Rally
29.06. – 02.07.
In June, Lech turns into an Eldorado for classic car enthusiasts and car lovers. The variety of brands and models from the past and the choice of routes make the Arlberg Classic Car Rally really special.
The White Ring – The Trail Challenge
The White Ring is the legendary ski circuit in Lech Zürs am Arlberg. Now this route can also be mastered in summer. The only difference is that trail runners, mountain runners and amateur athletes have to tackle the legendary ski circuit in the opposite direction.