Everyone is welcome and there is a ticket to suit everyone for theatre, concert, dance or show. Choose between subscriptions, multiple tickets, reductions, Tanzcard, Classic Card, visitor organisations or tickets for the small purse.
If you regularly visit a certain theatre or concert venue, it is worth ordering a season ticket from them. With a season ticket you can plan your theatre or concert evenings well in advance and save between 30 and 50 percent on the regular ticket price. Below you is an overview of season ticket offers. Due to corona-related adjustments to seating capacity, many stages will unfortunately not be offering series and elective subscriptions in the 2021/22 season.
For those who do not want to plan their visits to performances so far in advance there are multiple tickets available with which you can either visit as many performances you want to for a season or for a certain number of shows. These multiple tickets reduce the price per ticket from between 20 and 40 percent. In some venues you can buy them before tickets go on sale to the general public.
Concessionary tickets are normally always available for school children, students, people in higher education or training, people with disabilities, the unemployed as well as those on the Federal Volunteers Service (BFD). The concession is between 25 and 50 percent off the regular ticket price. Some venues have set concessionary rates. Further information can be found on the Berlin Senate site.
For Young Adults
You are under 30, love opera, ballet, classical concerts or choirs and want to go with a friend sometimes? Find the right offer for reasonably priced visits to Berlin’s venues and concert houses.
For schools, kindergarden groups and families
Tips for teachers and teaching assistants who are planning a group visit to a theatre as well as offers for families who want to visit a theatre or concert.
TANZCARD - DISCOVER THE DIVERSITY OF BERLIN'S DANCE SCENE
For 15 Euro a year, the tanzcard offers around a 20 percent discount on the regular ticket price for dance events in 20 different Berlin venues. You can use the card to book tickets in advance or show it at the ticket office on the day.
Three euro tickets for berlinpass holders
The berlinpass allows people on long-term unemployment benefit, income support, social security, or those to who the Asylum Seekers Benefit Act applies to buy tickets for a reduced price starting at 3 Euro.
The KulturLeben Berlin association distributes event tickets to people on low income. You simply apply with a guest account and receive up to two free tickets for theatre pieces, concerts, museums and many other cultural activities.
There are four visitor organisations in Berlin which offer their members reduced tickets for theatre, dance, music and shows. Municipal and state theatres, the independent scene as well as children and young people’s theatres take part.