Fashion show, grand opening, midnight extravaganza and science clubbing: see more impressions in our ball videos produced by Spotteron and Juliane Fischer.
Usually, we take a break during the festive season. The enormous demand for tickets obliges us to come back from the break. With our gratitude to our supporters and our sympathy to all those who did not manage to acquire tickets in time we have to terminate the sales of regular tickets. The only category currently still avaialable are tables in the grand hall and in the adjacent rooms (re offers at our webshop). Continue reading Regular tickets sold out!
Edit Dec 28, 2017: We have to terminate the discount campaign as the regular tickets sold out much faster then we expected. Apologies from the organising team.
We thank you for your support and attention in the last weeks! Therefore we have prepared a special surprise for friends and fans of the Science Ball: We are giving away 5% discount on 200 full price tickets as well as on tables in the ballroom and the adjacent rooms, which are ordered in our onlineshop until January 6, 2018. This image of the ball ambassadors was taken on December 12, 2017 in the Stadtsenatssitzungsaal of the Vienna City Hall by Sabine Hauswirth. The inscription of the majolica fireplace in the background says: “Sapienta aedificabitur, prudentia gubernabitur” which means: “With wisdom we will build the house, with acuity it should be governed.” On behalf of the organizing team, supporters and ball ambassadors, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Continue reading Happy Holidays 2017!
A moment of reflection in the days of frantic preparations for the holidays and, then, the ball. Yesterday we laid Margarete Healy to rest after she passed away peacefully on November 26, 2017. Continue reading Farewell to Margarete Healy
Large demand due to late semester break – Past balls all sold out
Vienna (OTS) – Starting Monday, November 13, 2017, tickets for the 4th Vienna Science Ball will be available in the web shop. As the previous events were sold out early, the chair of the organizing committee Oliver Lehmann expects for this year’s ball an even greater demand, also as the semester break this year starts one week later. Tickets can be booked at www.wissenschaftsball.at/shop/ Continue reading Tickets on sale for 4th Science Ball
According to protocol he was the Guest of Honour, considering the excited reaction of the audience he was the star of the evening: President Alexander Van der Bellen. Here is a first selection.
All images: © SciBall/R.Ferrigato
Uups we did it again. As it is essential for ball organizers to sell only as many tickets as there is capacity in the Vienna town hall, we have to stop selling student tix! They are completely sold out! Thanks for your support!
Regular tickets at a price of € 90 are still available, as we have a small number left. Tickets are available in our Webshop.
Our ball office is open from today, Monday, January 9! All tickets for the Vienna Ball of Sciences 2017 bought in the Webshop may be collected from January 9 to January 27, Monday to Friday, 14.30 p.m. – 18.30 p.m. at Palais Fürstenberg (1010 Vienna, Grünangergasse 4, U1/U3 Stephansplatz).
Additional tickets may also be bought here from our head of office Ursula Baumgartl (Tel: +43 681 104 401 00, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org), of course if still available, and only on cash payment (!).
We do thank Hauptverband des österreichischen Buchhandels for the hospitality!
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On January 28, 2017, the Vienna Ball of Sciences will take place for the third time. In a media talk science councillor Dr. Andreas Mailath-Pokorny explained, why this event is highly important, and Oliver Lehmann, organizer of the ball, presented major topics and features of the upcoming Science Ball. Continue reading Media briefing at town hall
The FHWien University of Applied Sciences for Management and Communication welcomes every semester about 100 incoming students from 98 partner institutions in 38 countries. 25 of them currently attend a course on event management. As part of the FHWien Event Management course this semester, international students were given a unique Viennese case study: The Vienna Ball of Sciences. Continue reading The Vienna Ball of Sciences as a study project