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Information on ticket sales

Your tickets

The easiest way to find information and book tickets is via our website.

Alternatively, you can call us on:

0 61 73 – 78 33 77 (Mon–Fri: 10–16 Uhr)

You can also email us with any questions or booking requests:

If you make your booking via our website, you will receive your tickets free of charge, either
– As an email attachment to print at home, or
– As a digital/mobile ticket

A service charge of €3 per booking applies to all other bookings. Concert tickets will be posted from mid-August onwards.

Selected seats are barrier-free accessible. Please reserve your seat by phone at +49 (0)6173 – 78 33 77.

Please note that for safety reasons children aged 7 or under are not allowed to sit in the gallery (even if accompanied).

Box office, reductions and waiting list

  • Any remaining tickets for concerts will be on sale at the box office.
  • Schoolchildren, students (aged 27 or under), apprentices, young people in voluntary services (FSJ, FÖJ, BFD) and disabled persons with a disability of at least 80% will be granted a 50% reduction on the ticket price, subject to proof of eligibility. Spaces for wheelchair users are available – please call to reserve.
  • We operate a waiting list for all events, to which we would be happy to add you on request.

Travelling to concerts by public transport

Concert tickets are also valid as an RMV travel pass if they are marked “KombiTicket”. A KombiTicket can be used for second-class travel on all RMV services and across the whole RMV network on the day of the concert. For the inbound journey, it is valid up to five hours before the concert starts. For the return journey, it is valid until close of service.

Why are the concert times a little unusual?

The start times of the concerts are synchronised with the arrival times of the S4 Frankfurt–Kronberg service.