Fairytale in the forest

This summer, the Thursday afternoons between 15. July and 12. August are all about fairy tales.

Storytellers take the whole family on a journey into the world of fairy tales.The fairy tales become even  more alive in the middle of nature thanks to the setting and thereby awaken the imagination.
Whether big or small, young or old, the tales inspire everyone.
Fairytale in the Forest | © Riccardo  Götz


Travel to different fairytale worlds, meet witches, dwarfs and giants, help Max find his laughter again and learn about the theme of Mitenand.

15. July 2021
Ferienregion Lenzerheide | © Ferienregion Lenzerheide

Jolanda Steiner, Sabina Furrer                  & Franziska Ruckli

Jolanda Steiner and the musicians Sabina Furrer and Franziska Ruckli will kick off the 1st "Lenzerheide Forest Fairytale Summer".

Come with us on a fairytale adventure and let us surprise you with what else is hidden in the Heidner fairytale treasure chest.

A refreshing and enchanting afternoon of music and fairy tales for the whole family!

22. July 2021

Caroline Capiaghi & Egon Rietmann

Musical magic fairy tale

With their powerful storytelling programme, the duo entertains, inspires and touches people of all ages with words and music. Caroline Capiaghi's lively storytelling art is jazzily and classically amplified and spun on by Egon Rietmann with trombone and saxophone.  A musical fairy tale listening experience for EVERYONE.

29. July


Jolanda M. Casutt is not only a storyteller with heart and soul, she also writes her stories herself. What is it about the "giggeli soup"? What is the reason why Max has lost his laughter and how can he find it again? You can expect contemporary short stories with funny interactions. Let yourself be touched and bring a smile to your face.

5. August 2021

Anna Cathomas

The Grisons storyteller Anna Cathomas is able to inspire with her words. This afternoon is dedicated to the theme "WITHENAND! - the great fairy tale power of togetherness. Listening together, laughing, marveling, hoping and fearing. Experiencing miracles together, inspiring, dancing and being creative.

Anna Cathomas is supported by the musician Felix Rüedi on the hang and various instruments.

A different kind of togetherness!

12. August 2021
Jolanda Steiner | © Jolanda Steiner

Jolanda Steiner & Zauberer Martin Soom

Jolanda Steiner and Martin Soom create a very special experience with fairy tales, music and magic on the stage in Lenzerheide.
Refreshing, humorous and with the inclusion of nature, they take you on a wonderful journey into the world of magic fairy tales. Martin Soom has his magic suitcase and accordion in his luggage, Jolanda Steiner countless percussion instruments and, as always, her treasure chest. Simsalabim, what's in it this time? Let us surprise you.

Fairy tales | © Riccardo Götz

More Information

Please note the general information for Märli im Wald. Immerse yourself in a fantastic world full of mythical creatures and exciting stories.

Bookable online from the beginning of July.

Frequently asked questions


  • Children from 4 years and adults: CHF 10.00
  • Children only accompanied by an adult


  • Tickets are only available online
  • There are no admission tickets on site

In case of bad weather will take place in the forest at the Hotel Schweizerhof.

If it is not possible to hold the event outside, we will inform you 24 hours in advance on this website.

Mobile toilets are available at the outdoor venue. The stage is located in a clearing with seating on wooden benches or on the ground. We recommend appropriate clothing.

Food and drinks will not be provided.


Fairytale in the forest takes place in Valbella, in the area of Station West (east-west connection).


Covid-19 protective measures

  • The ticket is scanned and checked at the cash desk.
  • Wooden benches are available for seating 100 people in the clearing.
  • The minimum distance of 1.5 m between the wooden benches will be observed.

If the event is held outside in the forest, masks are not required. The wearing of a protective mask is voluntary for adults and children over 12 years of age. Masks are compulsory while queuing at the cash desk, and disinfectant will be provided in the entrance area. Contact details will be collected in advance during online ticketing.

In case of bad weather, the fairytale afternoon will take place at the Hotel Schweizerhof in the Plenum seminar room.

  • As only a 2/3 occupancy rate is permitted, 70 chairs will be provided, as well as occasional seats on the floor.
  • Masks are compulsory for persons over 12 years of age (except for artists during the show).
  • Admission control and cash desk are located immediately outside the entrance to the plenum.

Masks are compulsory for all adults and children aged 12 and over. The general mask obligation applies from the moment of entry into the Hotel Schweizerhof, as well as when queuing at the cash desk and during the performance. Contact details will be collected in advance via online ticketing. No food will be offered.

From 26 June 2021, the following measures will apply at events without a Covid certificate:

  • Indoors: Mask obligation and consumption only in restaurant areas; at the seat only if contact details are collected.
  • Outside: no mask obligation.
  • When the audience is seated, a maximum of 1000 visitors can attend - indoors and outdoors.
  • If people are standing or moving, then a maximum of 250 visitors can be admitted inside and 500 outside.

The applicable hygiene regulations will be observed and the participants/spectators will be informed of the applicable hygiene recommendations with posters (indoors & outdoors).

  • Sufficient waste bins are provided, especially for the disposal of handkerchiefs and face masks.
  • Contact surfaces are regularly cleaned and disinfected (cash desk).

The contact details of all persons involved are collected:

  • Participants (parents & children)
  • Artist
  • Volunteers

The following data will be collected:

  • Name, first name, place of residence and telephone number, e-mail address.
  • In the case of families, it is sufficient to collect the contact details of only one person of the family concerned (first name and surname per ticket and remaining details per order.).
  • Contact details are collected electronically in advance to prevent waiting times.

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