The biggest Swiss slackline festival “Bern City Slack” celebrates its 11th anniversary on August 28-30, 2020 at Camping Eichholz!


Interested guests can discover the sport and try their hand at balancing on different slacklines. There are workshops on various subjects. The contests will ensure fun and action! The festival is free of charge. We would like to thank all our partners and sponsors!

Programme and sponsorship

Programmme may be subject to change due to COVID-19, the weather and other factors

10:00 Slacklinepark open
12:30-14:00 – Sew on patches and tags
14:00-16:00 – Fun-Contest
17:00 – Workshop for beginners
18:00-19:00 – Workshop: Trick-Longline Tipps&Tricks with Richard
19:00 – Bridge-Building show followed by a fire and music jam
20:00 – Slacklinepark closed, no entry

Workshops for beginners: 11:00, 14:00, 17:00

10:00 – Slacklinepark open
10:00-11:00 – Warm-Up Yoga (Lars)
11:00-12:30 – Rigging Competition
12:30-14:00 – sew on patches and tags
13:00-15:00 – Speedline qualifying
14:00-14:45 – Workshop: Breath and core work with Karin
15:00 – Speedline ISA open
16:45-17:00 – Ranking ceremony
17:00-18:00 – Workshop: Acro with Lars
17:00-18:00 – Jamsession Trickline
20:00 – Slacklinepark closed, no more entry
Evening: Music + Fire-Jam, Silent Disco starting around 21

Workshops for beginners: 11:00, 14:00

10:00 – Slacklinepark open
10:00-11:00 – 
Warm-Up Yoga with Stefan
11:00-12:00 – Workshop: Juggling with Donat
12:30-14:00 – sew on patches and tags
14:00 – Slackline Piñata
15:30-16:30 – Group picture
16:30 – Slacklinepark closed, derigging
19:00 – Transalp-Meeting

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Main Partner

Herba di Berna, Liqueur de Lorraine have Futurola have teamed up this year to make Bern City Slack unforgettable! We thank you very much for your generous support! Regional stimulants from passionate people.

Sponsor Large

The Märitladen Wabern supports us so that our helpers are well-fed and have all the energy they need for the festival!

Sponsor Large

Ticket To The Moon stays loyal to us with the best hammocks in the world! We are already looking forward to the cosy corners on the festival area.

Sponsor Large

Ticketpark supports us in corona tracking with their registration form. This enables us to guarantee clean tracing of festival participants in a fast and efficient manner. 

Sponsor Large

The Nutzfahrzeuge AG Bern is making sure that we have enough affordable transport capacity for slackline gear and mats. Thanks a million!

Slackline sponsors


Frequently asked questions

The festival is on the Campground Eichholz: Eichholz-Camping Strandweg 49 3084 Wabern Overview of the slacklines:
The festival starts on Friday at 10:00 and ends on sunday evening around 17:00
Public transport: The easiest way to reach Eichholz from Bern railway station is by tram 9 in the direction of Wabern, station Eichholz (second to last). Then 600 metres on foot to the Aare. By car: If you are staying overnight with your tent at Camping Eichholz, you will be able to park right next to Eichholz. All others: try to park somewhere in Wabern in the Blue Zone. There is NO possibility to park at the campground unless you sleep there!
There are no entrance fees for the actual slackline festival, we are very grateful for a small donation to cover expenses. The campground's prices can be found here:
On the Camping Eichholz, where the festival takes place. Normal prices apply. A reservation to secure your spot is recommended.
From 16 years with your signature at the entrance, younger children must be accompanied by an adult.
Whoever participates in the activity or is on the premises with the tensioned slacklines, has to obey certain rules. Participation is under your own risk. Every slackliner has to sign the waiver on location. Insurance is the participants own responsibility. The slacklines are rigged safely and to the best of our knowledge. The most important rules for an accident-free festival are:
  • All setups may only be manipulated by the organiser (e.g. tensioning and detensioning of slacklines).
  • When a slackline is in use, keep your distance. (Slacklines should never be crossed)
  • Children under the age of 16 need written permission from their parents. The parents are responible to ensure that their children recognise the dangers and are supervised (responsibility is with the parents).
  • Slackliners only mount lines, that are adequate for their skill level. People who can’t manage a short and low line, have no business going on a high longline.
Publibike allows you to rent bikes all around town, perfect for a quick trip to the centre. Guests of the campground get free public transport tickets.