Hannibal: the biggest live performance in the world, takes place every two years at Soelden, Austria, and this year it will be held on 21 April.
This breathtaking live performance is held in the upper Ötzal on the Rottenbach Glacier – one hour from Innsbruck. Hannibal tells the story of the commander of the ancient world’s crossing of the Alps in 216BC with 60,000 warriors, thousands of horses and 37 elephants.
The spectacular will include helicopters, historical planes, skidoos, ski instructors, snow groomers, dancers, paragliders and the base jumpers of the Red Bull Skydiving Team.
500 people take part in this extravagant performance, including parachutists from the Arlberg mountains and actors from around the globe. With special light effects, pyrotechnics, music and more, Hannibal is perfect for fans of musicals and theatrical extravaganzas.
Groups can stay at Das Central Hotel, with a shuttle bus provided from Soelden to the glacier and back.