The 26th LIFE BALL will take place on 8th June 2019 at the Vienna City Hall.

In the spirit of the viennese ball tradition, the annual entry and performance of the debutants is one of the main spectacles of the opening show at the Vienna City Hall Square, which is broadcasted live by ORF.

As a member of the debutants committee, you will not only make a contribution to the cause but also have the unique opportunity to experience the show up close and actively participate in shaping it. The legendary dance school owners Thomas Schäfer-Elmayer and Thomas Kraml as well as ballet and musical choreographers will prepare you for your performance.

To underline this year‘s motto “United in Diversity”, we are looking for sympathetic, dynamic, fit and young at heart people of all age groups.


Next Casting:

Sunday, 24 March 2019 start 12.00 noon


Interested couples between the ages of 18 and 75 who have completed at least one silver dance course can
register until March 20th 2019.

Register here.

Apply now!

Life Ball Angel

Numerous people are dedicated to Life Ball and its goals, volunteering their talent, time, and commitment. Around 2,000 volunteers of all ages and from all social groups support the Life Ball team in the implementation of its charitable events throughout the year. Without these “Life Ball Angels,” the elaborate realization of Life Ball would not be possible.

  • Technical Production
  • Show Production
  • Sponsoring
  • Hospitality/Artists
  • Fashion

Do you want to join us as a Life Ball Angel?

Further Information on the registration for Life Ball 2019 will follow as soon as possible.

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