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Irish Openair Toggenburg in Switzerland

Again we can offer a lot: unique alpine scenery, an original Irish pub, cigar and whiskey lounge and much more! With top-class sound and outstanding stage shows, we will ensure a varied and unique open air! Two days of Irish lifestyle in the middle of the beautiful Toggenburg landscape will not only make the hearts of Ireland fans beat faster.

The festival site of the Irish Openair Toggenburg is located in the middle of Toggenburg and can be reached in about an hour's drive from Zurich and St. Gallen and half an hour's drive from the Rhine Valley.



Ennetbühl is a village and a local community in the political municipality of Nesslau in Toggenburg in the canton of St. Gallen in Switzerland. Ennetbühl is located in the Luterental valley on the Nesslau-Schwägalp road and is listed in the inventory of Swiss sites worthy of protection.

From 1803 to 2004, Ennetbühl belonged to the municipality of Krummenau, which merged with the former municipality of Nesslau in 2005.

The area was colonized in the 12th century by courtiers of the Counts of Toggenburg and divines of the Abbey of St. Gallen. Ennetbühl was a count's fief. In 1468, goods and rights came into the possession of the prince abbey of St. Gallen by purchase, which assigned Ennetbühl to the court of Thurtal. The Reformed were churched partly in Krummenau and partly in Nesslau until 1755, when a separate parish was founded.

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