The exhibition runs from the 21-24 July 2016 daily from 11:00 until 19:00 and takes place in the Ovalhalle at the Museumsquartier Wien. Visitors can play all the games exhibited. The exhibition is FREE, no tickets or bookings required.

Our live show takes place each on the festival evenings after the day exhibition in Raum D of the Museumsquartier 19:00 until 21.30. The live show is also FREE to attend, but spaces are limited so ensure to come early to secure your seat. The show is streamed via twitch and can be watched on our channel.

Our Game Jam takes place from 11AM on Thursday 21 June  until 11AM on Sunday 24 June 11am. Winners will be announced on the last evening of the festival during the live show.

U Bahn (Underground): U2 (MuseumsQuartier); U2, U3 (Volkstheater Station)
Bus: 48A (Volkstheater), City Bus 2B (MuseumsQuartier)
Strassenbahn (Tram): 49 (Volkstheater)
Click here for a map of the MQ Wien

Both venues, Ovalhalle/RaumD at the MQ Wien have step-free wheelchair access.

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Radius Festival 2015 Vienna is organised by Radius Collective Ltd in collaboration with verse publications. Radius is a not-for-profit event created by Radius Collective Ltd, UK.  The Radius 2016 exhibition is in Vienna, Austria and by attending the Radius Festival Vienna 2016 you agree to respect the local law. Whilst we’re trying our best to stick to the schedule provided, there is always a chance that things change due to circumstances out of our control and we reserve the right to. Our aim is to make this an awesome event and show as many games as possible. All equipment you bring with you remains your sole responsibility. Radius will not be liable for any losses or damages to your equipment and possessions in or around the event premises or in transport. By attending Radius Festival you agree to our anti-harassment policy. Radius Festival unfortunately cannot pay for any travel or accommodation costs. If you have any other requirements not mentioned here please get in touch with the Radius team at [email protected]

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