Wolli invites everyone to Zermatt for the Kids Festival on Friday, 4 August 2017.
The family program this summer is under the heading: Wolli and the Pirates. Families are welcome from near and far. Everyone spends an adventurous day together with games, fun and an exciting entertainment program. Food for the hungry pirates is also included in the price.
Wolli and the Pirates.
Attire is free of choice. If you would like, please bring a pirate costume and utensils. Individual props may be made during the festival.
Zermatt Village and Leisee, Sunnegga
CHF 20 for children, CHF 45 for adults
Included in the price
Concert tickets, entertainment program, food and beverages. Mountain train tickets. Optional treasure hunt.
Registration and Registration ends
At the Tourist office in Zermatt and online.
Thursday, 3 August 2017, 5 pm
Swimsuit and clothing appropriate for the weather. Sun lotion, sunglasses, sun or pirates’ hat are strongly recommended since there are few shady locations at Leisee.
Real pirates celebrate in all weather conditions. Wolli therefore has prepared an alternative program if storms may appear on the high seas. If that is the case, any changes to the program will be communicated through the Zermatt Tourism website beginning at 2 pm on the day before. In addition, the participants will be informed accordingly when they arrive in Zermatt.
Good to know
The Wolli Kids Festival is for children 5 and older in the company of an adult. Childcare is not provided. The organisers do not assume liability in any form. Insurance coverage is the responsibility of the participants.
The detailled program can be found here.
The pirates have hidden a gold treasure in Zermatt and only Wolli knows where it is. As a family, you follow Wolli’s instructions and learn many new and exciting things about Zermatt, Wolli’s hometown. The treasure includes attractive prizes sponsored amongst others by the mountain railways, hotels, Zermatt Tourism and other suppliers of Zermatt - Matterhorn. One win is guaranteed for each family.
Participation in the treasure hunt is voluntary.