4 Hills Tournament with fans in Austria!
The 70th Four Hills Tournament can take place in front of a crowd after all, at least in Austria. As the Austrian Ski Federation and the local organizing committees have now announced in light of the new Covid regulations, a maximum of 4,000 spectators will be allowed into the stadium for the Bergisel Jumping event in Innsbruck (January 4) and a maximum of 3,500 spectators will be allowed into the stadium for the tour finale in Bischofshofen (January 6) on assigned and marked seats. The qualifier in Innsbruck (Jan. 3) will take place without spectators, and in Bischofshofen on Jan. 5, just over 2,000 people will be allowed in. The first two stages of the tour will take place in Germany without fans.
"It's great that we don't have to crown the Tour winner in front of empty stands. We immediately started with the corresponding grandstand setups for the seating grandstand," says Manfred Schützenhofer, President of the Bischofshofen Ski Club and head of the organizing committee at the tour finale. At the final jumping event, the tour winner this year will receive a new record prize money of 100,000 Swiss francs.
The following applies to both events in Austria: All tickets already purchased in advance (except VIP areas) will be cancelled and refunded. People who have already purchased tickets for one of these events have already been informed and will be given the right of first refusal for the newly designated seats until December 21, 2021 at 10 am. The reversal has been made automatically and customers can exercise their right of first refusal online or through an outlet. All questions will be answered at firstname.lastname@example.org. VIP tickets retain their validity and a seat will be allocated here.
The official ticket resale starts online and in the ticket agencies on Tuesday, December 21, 2021 at 10 am.
For spectators, the 2G rule (vaccinated or recovered) + personalized event ticket + assigned and marked seat currently applies (subject to change).