Zermatt Unplugged 2020 cancelled
Due to the current situation with the coronavirus, the Zermatt Unplugged Festival 2020 had to be cancelled. The Zermatt Unplugged will take place in 2021 from April 13th to 17th.
Zermatt Unplugged – Spread throughout the entire village and mountain region.
The largest concerts will be on the stage in the marquee on the big square, ‘Obere Matten’. Smaller concerts and the Food Court will also be staged here. Further concerts take place in Alex, in the Blue Lounge, in the Taste Village, in CERVO and in Pink, as well as the pop-up concerts which will be advertised shortly before they happen. (Was ist denn auf Gornergrat los?)
Zermatt Unplugged – travel there and back by extra train or car
We will bring you on time and safely to the festival and back. Every half hour or full hour a Matterhorn Gotthard Railway train will connect you with Zermatt from Brig and Visp. And of course we have planned your safe, homeward journey.
Extra trains ill run between Zermatt and Visp/Brig
Are you coming by car? Zermatt is car-free. You can leave your car in the car park at the Matterhorn Terminal in Täsch, which is right next to the railway station. From here you can travel with one of our shuttle trains and the same on the way down again.
Reisen Sie mit dem Auto? Zermatt ist autofrei. Ihr Auto kann direkt im Parkhaus Matterhorn Terminal Täsch geparkt werden, welches sich direkt beim Bahnhof Täsch befindet. Von dort können Sie bequem in das Zermatt Shuttle einsteigen und auch wieder zurück nach Täsch reisen.
Zermatt Unplugged – history
Thomas Sterchi and Marco Godat originally initiated the festival as a singer-songwriter festival but within just a few years the Zermatt Unplugged had grown to a festival with no less than 30,000 visitors.
The Zermatt Unplugged festival takes place yearly in mid-April and lasts for 5 days. The timing is intentional allowing hotels to be filled during the low season. In 2010 the Taste Village was started to pamper visitors’ stomachs and taste buds.