CIRCUS: Back 2 School!
Circus is going Back 2 School on October 13 and Head Mistress Tamara Mascara is ready teach you a lesson you’ll never forget… Have you been a bad boy?
- International Star DJ - Juseph Leon (Madrid)
- Resident - David Leroy (Rome)
- Mart.i (Vienna)
- Opening Show by Tamara Mascara (at 01:30am)
- Sexy Gogos & Sassy Drag Queens
- Special FX & Lighting by Martin Kames, XXL LED Wall by JFK.
- Welcome Boys & Shots by Gautier Mückstein
Pop Floor (Kleine Halle)
Techno Floor (Arena Beisl)
- DJ Art Hur
- Knight Gwyn
Play Zone (Dreiraum)
Supported by Red Ribbon Angels Aids Hilfe Wien.
At Door (tickets available all night)
- €25 (regular price)
- €20 (under 26, ID required)
- €16 Early Bird Ticket (limited supply)
- €18 Group Ticket (for 5 people)
- €20 Regular Ticket (until day of event)
Pre-Sale Ticket Vendors
(tickets available from the end of March)
- Village Bar - Stiegengasse 8, 1060 Wien
- Proteinstore - Zollergasse 7, 1070 Wien
- wienXtra-jugendinfo - Babenbergerstraße 1, 1010 Wien
Check out Tourist info for our accommodation packages at Hotel Zeitgeist Vienna - including free Circus tickets!
The Circus Experience
We aim to out-do ourselves at every party featuring international star DJs, sexy GoGo Boys and sassy Drag Queens from all over the World. Our spectacular stage productions will take you on a journey of high energy beats, outrageous performances and breathtaking special effects.
Everybody is Welcome!
No matter who you love, where you're from, your preference or identity… You are always welcome at Circus.
(According to Viennese law you have to be at least 16 years of age to enter.)
Austria’s Biggest Gay Party
Now celebrating 7 years of unforgettable party nights, Circus has developed into the biggest spectacle of its kind in Austria. With a huge fan base and great reputation extending all across Europe, we will always continue to push the boundaries of high quality production and world class entertainment.
“Best Place in the World.”
Entertainment and Confrontation is the motto of Arena Vienna.
Activists who called themselves "Arenauts" presented their first collaborative efforts to rescue Vienna's oldest slaughterhouse on June 27, 1976. More than 200,000 people visited the Arena, including Leonard Cohen who described it as the… “best place in the World.” It was later demolished on October 12, 1976.
Since, the new Arena (the domestic slaughterhouse next door) has become a place for alternative music events of all kinds from Alice Cooper to Katy Perry. Parties, festivals, and open air activities are among the many experiences offered to the Viennese arts and music scene. The Circus team is proud to introduce a more mainstream queer audience to this legendary venue.
U3 Station - Erdberg (recommended)
Follow signs to Franzosengraben and then immediately take exit stairs down to Erdbergerstraße. Walk straight ahead, then turn right onto Franzosengraben (approx. 5 minutes).
International bus lines
All international bus lines also stop directly at U3-station Erdberg.
» Eurolines website
Arena Wien is easily reached by car and located next to the intersection of the Südautobahn & Ostautobahn. The entry is just around the corner of Baumgasse (at Franzosengraben). On Saturday evening street parking is free.
» Arena web site