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ONcard Contest: Earn 2×2 free tickets for the largest lake in the world!



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ONcard Contest: Earn 2×2 free tickets for the largest lake in the world!

We offer 2×2 free tickets for the show on 21.12.2018 in Wiener Stadthalle F!



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ONcard Contest: Earn 2×2 free tickets for the largest lake in the world!

The largest swan lake in the world comes to Vienna
It is probably the most famous ballet in the history of music: "Swan Lake". The story of a princess of delightful swans, which can be redeemed only by the love of a prince. No other ballet captivates so many people as the song "Swan Lake" by Russian composer Peter Ilyich Ceaikovski.
In a new scenography of the famous English choreographer Derek Deane OBE, the most popular ballet piece of the greatest production that ever came to Vienna in December. Instead of the usual, 16 Schwne 48 Schwne is seen on the stage. Derek Deane, who himself has been a soloist with the English Royal Ballet for years, has repeated the most beautiful version of the swan lake with Shanghai ballet. It's like a painting of Edgar Degas came to life.
Derek Deane, who himself danced the role of the prince, was overcome with insistence. The dancers are part of the best ballet ensemble in China, with the biggest soloists dancing among others at Royal Ballet.
On December 19, "The Greatest Swan Lake in the World" will premiere at Stadthalle F Österreich in Vienna. From 19.12.2018 to 27.12.2018 ballet lovers can see this wonderful dance show.

We offer 2×2 free tickets for the show on December 21, 2018 at 20 o'clock at Wiener Stadthalle F!

A barbecue is not possible. The legal process is excluded. Winners will be notified in writing. Profits can not be resold. Participation in this contest is ONcardHolders are reserved. Deadline 13.12.2018.

If you want to get your tickets in advance, you can get them here: The online line 0732/7805 805 or www.nachrichten.at/ticket


Due to maintenance work, participation in the contest is not possible until 16:00

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