Because of the great success of the (F)AAC and (S)AAC, the happiness of all participants, a new organization team of the Verein Kreativsport is inviting all of you to the (T)AAC – the Traditional Austrian Acrobatic Convention. The aim of the convention is the exchange of partner acrobatic skills at all levels with the support of international teachers.
This is the preliminary timetable for the convention.
- € 440,- adult dormitory (common bathroom)
- € 380,- adult in vans or camper (common bathroom)
Reduction of prices for children/helper:
- 0-4 year olds – free
- 5-9 year old – minus € 250,-
- 10-15 year olds – minus € 150,-
- permanent helper – minus € 100,-
The participation fee is per person and includes 9 nights in a dormitory with a common bathroom. There is the possibility to sleep in your own van, mobile home or camp and use the common bathrooms. The fee also includes food and drinks, acrobatic workshops and free training with teachers’ support, and common activities. As the convention should be a collective experience every participant is asked to help 3 times during the convention (e.g., cooking, dishwashing, taxi driving…)
There are 10 “permanent helper” jobs. To be a permanent helper means to work 6 shifts of 3-4 hours in the same team (breakfast/lunch/dinner/dishwasher) during the convention. This means that you can’t participate in all workshops. If you are interested please contact us.
We will take a cancellation fee of € 50,- when cancelling your registration before June 30, 2018. For cancellations after July 1, 2018 there is no refund of the participation fee. There is no reduction of the participation fee if you cannot stay for the whole convention.
Risk and liability
The participation and training at the (T)AAC is at your own risk. We do not take any legal responsibility for accidents and property damage at the compound. There is also no liability for the loss or theft of any valuables. Persons under the age of 18 who are not accompanied by an adult require a signed authorization from their legal guardian.
Please don’t bring your pets (dogs, cats, hamsters, …).