In addition to the stand concerts, there is also the so-called "spark fire" once a year. To banish the cold season, the "spark witch" is symbolically burned. This always takes place on the Sunday after Ash Wednesday. This ancient tradition is lived on in the Tyrolean high valleys and is also intended to be a meeting point for holidaymakers and locals who long for the approaching warm season and want to end the cold season. In addition to the spectacular fire, a large pile of wood and cuttings set up by the music, which blazes red hot, physical well-being is also taken care of. The Funkenküchle, a sweet lard pastry, is traditionally served here with mulled wine or punch.