Hard Rock Cafe Innsbruck

+43 /(0)512 319 777 0
Maria-Theresien-Straße 16, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria
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Hours of Operation


Sun - Thu 10:00AM - 00:00
Fri & Sat  10:00AM - 02:00AM


Sun - Thu 11:30AM - 10:00PM
Fri & Sat  11:30AM - 11:00PM



Sun - Thu 10:00AM - 09:00PM
Fri & Sat  10:00AM - 09:00PM

Hard Rock Cafe Memorabilia


Motörhead Drum Kit

Longtime Motörhead drummer Mikkey Dee used this Sonor kit on stage with the late, great Lemmy Kilmister during the group’s 2011 ‘The Wörld is Yours’ tour.


Purple Jacket

This absolutely spectacular outfit was worn on stage by the late, great Prince. A master of pop, rock, funk and soul, Prince was among the very artists for whom the word “genius” truly applies.


Red and Black Dress

Pop phenomenon Beyoncé wore this House of Deréon dress in an advertisement for the clothing line. House of Deréon was formed by Beyoncé and her mother, Tina Knowles. They named it after Beyoncé’s maternal grandmother.


Green Prototype ESP guitar

Guitarist Richard Kruspe of Rammstein used this prototype ESP guitar on stage extensively during the group’s 2001-2002 ‘Mutter’ tour.

Lady Gaga

Puffy Layered Jacket

Pop megastar Lady Gaga wore this Stefanie Barnz jacket on stage when she performed at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas on March 14th, 2014.

Elvis Presley

Red Pullover

The King wore this red pullover in the 1964 film, ‘Viva Las Vegas’. Regarded by many as the best of the Elvis movies, ‘Viva Las Vegas’ also featured a scintillating performance by Ann-Margret.

Michael Jackson

Black Danger Shoes

The undisputed King of Pop – Michael Jackson – wore these shoes during the photo sessions for his ‘Bad’ album cover in 1987.

Johnny Cash

Black Leather Boots

These rather severe-looking boots were owned and worn by the “Man in Black” himself – country legend Johnny Cash.

Buddy Holly

Cub Card

Rock ‘n’ roll pioneer Buddy Holly owned this scouting book and “Cub Card” when he was a Cub Scout in 1945. The spelling of his name, “Holley”, is accurate. He changed the spelling to “Holly” when he got his first record deal.

Elvis Presley

Police Badge

This police badge was given to Elvis Presley by the Portland, Oregon police department. Elvis was fascinated by law enforcement and had a large collection of police badges.

The Beatles

Telegram from Colonel Parker

This amazing piece of history is a 1964 telegram sent to Beatles manager Brian Epstein from “Colonel” Tom Parker – Elvis Presley’s manager. In it, Parker wishes the Fab Four good luck during their U.S. tour and offers to be of assistance. Though they didn’t meet him during their ’64 tour, the Beatles finally met the King the following year.

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