Ordering tickets

Moin moin! 

Block B is sold out and the sale of Block C has started. But you still have a chance to get a ticket. Be quick and get your ticket before the last tickets are sold out!   

You should know that: Ticket sales are staggered in terms of price and time in three blocks A, B, C and a box office on site. This means that tickets become more expensive the longer they are on sale. Block A runs regularly until the end of April, block B until the end of June and block C until the end of August. But for each season there is a limited number of tickets. If the tickets are sold out before the end of the block, the next block will go on sale immediately. So ticket sales will run until 31 August 2022, or only while stocks last. If there are any remaining combined tickets, they will be sold at the box office on site.

You can find more information under the menu items “Price JF5” and “Conditions“.  

Which ticket can you get? 

  • Combination ticket for one person (Saturday and Sunday) 
  • Family ticket for families with children (Saturday and Sunday) 

Tickets are on sale via Eventbrite. Follow this link to secure your ticket.

You don’t know Eventbrite? Here we show you how it works.  

For youth clubs, national associations, schools or similar, there are cheaper group tickets that are not sold via Eventbrite. You can find more information about the sale of group tickets here. You need our poster for hanging or advertising purposes? You can find it here!  Thank you for your support.  

You still have open questions? Then please have a look at our FAQ first, because many questions are already answered there. If your question is not answered there, you can send us an email to ticket(at)dgj-jugendfestival.de.  

We wish you good luck with your ticket order and look forward to your visit!   

Your sailors Alexander and Vanessa 

Sign language zone

We explicitly point out that the entire area, where the 5th Jugendfestival will take place, is a sign language zone. In order for all visitors to have the chance of an accessible event, everyone on the premises should, if possible, use sign language in communication or use the services of sign language interpreters*. All conversations in spoken language, including short private conversations amongst hearing visitors, are not accessible and should be conducted off-site to preserve the sign language zone. Thank you very much.


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