Jun 18

Music is in the Air!

If you happen to start, or finish, one of our hiking tours around Saas Fee, then be sure to check out the International Alpine Music Festival. Attention Hiker’s Haute Route and Swiss Haute Route guests; THIS MEANS YOU.

This year’s 12th annual International Alpine Music Festival takes place in Saas-Fee, Switzerland, a mountain-ringed village also known as the “Pearl of the Alps”, from July 9-12, 2009.

The emphasis of this year’s festival is “Folk music for, and by, folk musicians”.
There will be dancing and entertainment evenings as well as different performances on the village square. The entire village of Saas-Fee becomes a stage, and different Swiss folk music bands will perform outside a number of restaurants from Friday through Sunday.

Do something fun and unique during your trip. Experience storybook Switzerland in a true storybook village.

Please contact us for more details.

Image courtesy of www.saas-fee.ch

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