Balls at Palais Auersperg

Give your ball the setting it deserves

Introduction

The Palais Auersperg was built between 1706 and 1710, according to the plans of baroque architects Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach and Lukas von Hildebrandt, and since that time has been a focus for European musical, political and social history. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Joseph Haydn and Christoph Willibald Gluck wrote their contributions to world music here. The Rofrano, Kinsky, Sachsen Hildburghausen, and Auersperg noble families, as well as the Swedish royalty of Wasa put forth their great pronouncements here and created marvellous festivals as an aristocratic display of splendour. Getting back to the here and now, Palais Auersperg hosts countless events, as well as numerous balls.

Our service

Our events team are professional, competent and friendly and are looking forward to assisting and supporting you in planning and realising your ball. Naturally, we will accompany you throughout the whole process. This means from the request, through the planning stages, to its execution and right up to the feedback and billing process.

In order to maintain an overview of the costs, we offer an all-inclusive package. This guarantees complete cost control and transparency at all times and will make planning your event all the simpler.

Assisting you in organising the space. Booking musicians. Supporting you when dealing with regulatory questions such as registration and municipal matters. Procuring the necessary personnel such as security guards, cloak-room staff, and cleaning and technical personnel. Organising the gastronomy service (meals as well as drinks). Our years of experience mean we can count all of the above as strengths and would therefore like to assist you in organising all of these matters for your ball.

We cater to your requirements as a matter of course and will always be on hand to assist and advise you. This will make your ball an incomparable and unforgettable event that you will be able to look back on fondly many years from now.

Your request

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