Tickets and Information

Tickets are available online via ticket shop on our website, by phone via ticket hotline 0361-37420, and in person at the known ticket agencies and tourist information offices in the participating cities.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, adjustments regarding performers, programs, venues or seating capacities are not intended, but can by no means be ruled out. They do not entitle you to exchange or return tickets.

Please visit our website regularly for information on short-term updates.

Concessionary prices
are available for students, individuals doing military service, the unemployed, welfare recipients, and the severely disabled. Proof of entitlement must be shown when purchasing tickets.

Exchange or refunded
Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded after purchase. No replacements will be provided for missed events. Any changes to the programme, performing artists, and event locations are unintentional yet may occur and do not warrant an exchange or refund of purchased tickets. Visitors can only be let into events after they have begun if the event is not interrupted as a result. However, ticket holders do not have a right to enter an event after it has begun.

Remaining tickets
can be purchased at the door. Ticket sales at the door typically begin one hour before the start of an event.

Ticket prices
All listed ticket prices include system and advanced purchase fees. When ordering online at the website or through the telephone hotline, additional fees for reservations and postage may apply.


As much as we are looking forward to experiencing concerts together again, a few simple rules are essential for our events - because the health of everyone involved is our top priority.


In accordance with the current situation, we can only grant you admission upon presentation of a daily negative Covid rapid test or a valid vaccination certificate. Furthermore, we ask for your understanding that the wearing of a medical or FFP2 mask is necessary in accordance with the current regulations.


Please understand that we are obliged, within the framework of the Infection Protection Act, to compulsorily demand the provision of your contact details when purchasing tickets. This applies in particular to the purchase of tickets that were previously purchased "anonymously" in person at the counter. When purchasing several tickets for people living in your own household, it is sufficient to provide the contact details of one person - usually the person ordering the tickets. However, if you wish to purchase tickets for different households, these may only be purchased in separate bookings, stating the different contact details. According to the Health Department's specifications, the following are sufficient contact details: Surname, first name, telephone number and/or email address.


In the current situation, we can only offer you a limited number of seats per concert and price category. In the usual way, numbered seating will also be offered for some venues, situation permitting. In this case, the seats have been predefined under the familiar spacing rules. Only these special seats can be booked in the system. For concerts with a free choice of seats, we will mark the seats where you may sit on site. Our seating staff will be very happy to assist you with this.


Admission to the concerts begins half an hour before the start of the respective concert. Purchased tickets will be scanned contactlessly at the entrance.Admission may only be granted to our guests with a mouth-nose covering. You may only attend the concert if you do not experience any symptoms indicating a possible COVID-19 disease.At concerts with free seating, guests will be seated by us. We ask that you take your seats as quickly as possible after entering the room. If you are sitting in your seat, you can remove the mouth-nose covering there and only during the concert. Greater safety is guaranteed if you keep your mouth/nose covering on during the concert. We ask our guests to keep a distance of at least 1.5 m from people from other households. Our concerts usually last about 60 minutes and have no intermission. With some exceptions, concerts such as the B minor Mass may last longer due to the performance.After the concert, you can leave the concert hall via a separate exit. For this purpose, we would ask you to put your mouth-nose covering back on. Please follow the instructions of our team at all times in order to avoid queues and crowds.We always check the current rules and regulations that are related to Covid-19. We therefore reserve the right to adapt or change the rules on concert day at short notice due to current developments. We are very much looking forward to the artists and of course our audience. The special situation requires joint responsibility and consideration from all. We therefore ask everyone to follow the instructions of the Bachwochen team on site.

We are sorry this page cannot be displayed, as the version of the browser or operating system you use is not up to date. You can download the current programme here. If you have any questions considering the programme of the Bachwochen, feel free to call us at:

Thüringer Bachwochen e.V.
Krämerbrücke 3
99084 Erfurt
phone +49 (0) 361 . 21 698608
fax +49 (0) 3212 . 13 20 160