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The most important information about LANDSKRON 2 at a glance.

Meeting point and schedule

More info will follow after ticket purchase.

Meeting point for all at the Zoo tram station, Basel-Stadt,
followed by a 30 min. tram ride together and
a 20-30 minute walk
(sturdy shoes and some fitness required)
approx. 22:30 Conclusion at the castle
approx. 22:30/23:30
2 Tram rides from Flüh to Basel Stadt

accompanied by artists.

All programme points of LANDSKRON 2 take place in the course of the day, are related to the respective place and moment. In order to create a shared experience in which all contributions have a place, we start the journey together with all participants. There is no further detailed schedule.



Dance, literature, music, performance, light, sound, cheese and nature knowledge by:

Baby Volcano, Christian de Simoni,
Crème Solaire, Domaine du Geissberg,
Julia Rüegger
& Valerie Katharina Meyer, Léontine Soulier, Lukas Merkelbach (natur hoch3), Mariann Bühler, Markus Aebersold, Princess Pluto & Sailor Stardust, Raquel Fernández, Rebecca Weingartner & Paweł Kubiak, Regine Wetterwald

The ruins of Landskron Castle

The Landskron Ruin is a special place with a long and eventful history in which borders play a central role. The binational association Pro Landskron was founded in 1983 and bought the ruin in 1984 in order to make it accessible to the public in the future and to be able to use it as a pivot for cross-border activities. With a lot of voluntary commitment and great passion for the history of the castle, the members of the association are committed to its preservation.
The association welcomes support.
Read more here.

Catering and payment

Castle bar with beers, wines, crémant and non-alcoholic refreshments from the region.
Regional food on offer at the castle.
Cash & Twint payment possible.

Please bring your own water or similar for the walk (no water connection at the castle).


The three of us are passionate about culture across borders, joyful encounters, culinary delights and the Landskron and its surroundings. We look forward to taking you with us on cultural border discoveries on the way to Landskron.

Simon Baudenbacher, Alexandra Adler, Sandro Bernasconi

Thank you to all of you who support us, help us, think along, join in and celebrate:
Kim Egi, Ronja Kösters, Sabrina Davatz, Zaida Schaulin, Annie Heine, Rim Harrabi, Nicolai Seckinger and many more.

Thank you...

...for the support that makes Landskron 2 possible:

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