Event Alpenstadt Chur
Chur Festival 2022
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on Friday, Saturday, Sunday
After the Chur Festival had to be cancelled for the last two years due to the pandemic, it will take place again this year as usual. Visitors with the ribbon now automatically take part in a lottery. In addition, a new recycling concept for beverages is being used for the first time.
After an intensive planning and organization phase, it is now clear that the Chur Festival will take place again as usual in 2022. After two years of interruption, we expect a lavish party again. Among other things, we used the time to introduce some innovations.
Starting this year, the still voluntary ribbon will also become a lottery ticket. Each ribbon is numbered, and prizes will be raffled off from all the ribbons sold on Saturday, September 3. And they are impressive: The main prizes are three e-bikes, high-end skis and state-of-the-art 4K smart TVs. But that's not all; in total, prizes with a total value of over CHF 35,000 can be won. The ribbons are limited to 15,000 pieces and are now available directly from the participating clubs and from July also in the regional information centre at Chur Tourism in the station underpass and at the counter of the Raiffeisenbank Chur.
In addition to the attractive musical supporting programme, other highlights include the newcomer stage and a nostalgia mile for the whole family. The current program can be viewed online and will be updated continuously.
In addition, a new waste law has been in force since the beginning of 2022. The Chur Festival also falls under the current reusable tableware obligation for major events. As part of the gradual implementation of these new requirements for major events, tokens for aluminium cans and PET bottles will be introduced at the festival this year. The system has already been used by its partner "cup & more" on several major occasions and is now also being used at the Chur Festival.
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