The eagerly awaited news of Ischgl's season finale concert is announced today - record-breaking US band Thirty Seconds To Mars will take to the open air mountain stage on Saturday 2 May.
The band will bring the curtain down on another successful winter season for Ischgl, which opened at the end of November with a concert by James Blunt and the launch of the new €40 million Pardatschgratbahn cablecar - heralding five months of enjoyment on and off the slopes in this snowsure Tirolean resort.
Thirty Seconds To Mars will take to the famous Top Of The Mountain stage at 2,300m at 1pm on 2 May - the stage that has rocked with other international greats including Robbie Williams, Elton John, Kylie Minogue and Deep Purple.
Entry to the concert at Ischgl's ski hub of Idalp is free with a valid liftpass - a day pass for 2 May is €85.
The band, comprising brothers Jared and Shannon Leto and Tomo Miličević, will perform songs from their latest album Love, Lust, Faith + Dreams.
They have consistently enjoyed sold out tours and numerous headlining festival shots and are noted for their energetic live performances. In 2011 they won a place in the Guinness World Records for the most live shows during a single album cycle, notching up 300 gigs during the Into The Wild tour. Other awards include MTV Music Awards and Best Rock Video.