Tickets September – December

Tickets on sale

Tickets for the concerts in September, October, November and December are already available.

Not yet available

Tickets for the Casual Concert on 20.12. are not yet available. As of now there are currently no more tickets available for the Notturno concert on 10.12. However, depending on the current situation, further ticket allotments may be released. We therefore ask you to check this page at regular intervals if you are interested. We will inform you about admission times and guided museum tours shortly.


Concerts in Autumn

We are delighted to welcome you back to the Philharmonie and our other venues for the start of the new season. Updated information can be found at the bottom of this page.

Ticket sales for the September concerts begin on 16 August, and the start of sales for October to December is yet to be announced.

Due to the special circumstances, there are still some rules and regulations to be aware of. Here are the most important ones:

Tickets can be purchased online, through our Visitor Services and at the evening box office. Contact details will be registered when purchasing tickets. Buyers of multiple tickets must keep data on all ticket holders for possible contact tracing by authorities or health offices. Contact details will also be registered via the Luca or the Corona warning app or on a paper form before admission is granted to the building.

In addition to the ticket, the prerequisites for attending the concert are: a negative Corona test from the same day, or proof of vaccination or convalescence, a photo ID and compliance with the distance and hygiene rules. An FFP2 mask must be worn throughout the Philharmonie building and also during the concert. All seats in the concert hall will again be occupied for this purpose.

Due to the admission controls, we would like to ask you to arrive in good time.

Detailed information on attending the concert ➜ can be found below on this page. 

Since the specifications and regulations can change at short notice due to the pandemic, we recommend that you revisit this page in the days before the concert. We will always keep the latest information for you on this page.

Best regards
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
(as of: 20 October 2021)


Rules and Regulations when attending our Concerts:

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PHILHARMONIE

Photo: Peter Adamik

The following, newly updated rules and regulations apply to all visitors of DSO's concerts from September 2021:

Buying Tickets

Tickets are available online in the DSO webshop, from the visitor service and at the evening box office. Contact details will be registered when purchasing tickets. 

Requirements for Entering the Hall

In addition to the ticket, you will need a valid ID document with (!) photo, an FFP2 mask (OP masks and certificates are not permitted), as well as one of the following three proofs for admission:

  1. A negative SARS-CoV antigen test certificate from a test centre certified by the state of Berlin from the same day OR
  2. Proof of completed vaccination-immunisation, e.g. an entry in the vaccination card proving that you have been fully (!) vaccinated for at least 14 days. OR
  3. A valid anti-body test certificate or a medical or official notification if you have been infected with SARS-CoV in the past 6 months, whereby your illness dates back at least 28 days.

Please note that we cannot make any exceptions in this regard due to government regulations.

The following regulations apply to children and young people:

Children 6 years and older must either be tested, fully vaccinated or recovered and wear a medical mask. Children 15 years and older are required to wear FFP2 masks.
Children present their student ID or other identification document upon entry.

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Philharmonie: Entering the Building

Admission control takes place in two steps:

  1. Photo IDs and proof of vaccination, testing or convalescence are checked outside. At the same time, all guests register before entering the building using the Corona warning app, Luca app or paper forms.
  2. Inside, tickets are checked and matched with ID.

Admission

We recommend that you arrive at the entrance at the following times:

  • Block E, F, G, H, K: 60 minutes before the start of the concert
  • Block C, D: 45 minutes before the start of the concert
  • Block A & B: 30 minutes before the start of the concert

How to enter the building
Download plan: Where to enter the building (pdf file)

On your admission ticket you will find the detailed information on your block, the staggered admission time, the exact entrance to take and the colour of the walkway that will take you to your block.

In order to avoid large crowds and to equalize the flow of visitors, admission is via different entrances. The footpaths and hall entrances throughout the building are colour-coded (see plan). Please go directly to your seat after admission and do not stay in the foyers to avoid meeting other guests.


Entrances RIGHT

Seating blocks on the right side of the hall: Enter via the Box office foyer

Path to Block A and B right via foyer stairs  Green 

Path to Block C, D right via foyer stairs  Blue 

Path to Block E, F, G, H and K right via foyer stairs  Purple 


Entrances LEFT

Seating blocks on the left side of th hall: Enter via the garden and the East entrance

Path to Block A and B left via stairs / open staircase Buffet  Red 

Path to Block C, D left via stairs / open staircase Buffet  Yellow 

Path to Block E, F, G, H and K left via stairs / open staircase Buffet  Orange 

Prices and Seating Plan

The updated hall plans take into account the maximum number of visitors allowed according to the current regulations of the state of Berlin. Following this regulations, the majority of seats are sold again, which means that no seats remain empty between concertgoers. 

Mouth and Nose Protection

In the entire Philharmonie building, it is mandatory to wear an FFP2 mask (surgical masks and attests are not permitted). It must also be worn during the concert.

Ventilation and air flow

The Philharmonie has a very efficient ventilation system that is operated exclusively with fresh air supplied from outside. The supply air is drawn in from outside, then passes through the usual registers (heat, cold, humidification) and, after disinfection with silver ions, is blown into the hall via floor outlets. The air is extracted via ceiling outlets..

Keeping Distance and Hygiene

The safety distance of 1.5 m between visitors inside the building must be maintained at all times as long as the guests are not in their seats. In the entire Philharmonie building, it is compulsory to wear an FFP2 mask (surgical masks and attests are not permitted), also during the concert.

Please also observe the common hygiene rules. Always cough and sneeze into the crook of your arm and also use the disinfectant dispensers.

Sanitary facilities

To ensure that the minimum distance is maintained, access to the toilets in the public area is regulated. The number of people allowed in the room will be signposted at the respective doors.

Waiting markings will be placed on the floor in front of the toilets.

Hand sanitizer and paper towels will be provided in the toilets.
To ensure the spacing rule, every second washbasin in the toilets will be blocked, likewise every second urinal in the men's toilets will be blocked.

The toilet rooms will be cleaned before, during and after the concert.

Catering

Before and after the concert in the Philharmonie there will be a drink bar in front of the entrance on Potsdamer Straße.

Before the Concert

Concert goers must carry a current identity card or an appropriate official document such as a passport with them in the Philharmonie.

Pre-concert talks at the venue cannot take place.

Programme booklets are available for purchase at the hall entrance.

The concerts take place with intermission.

Cloakroom

Cloakrooms are available again..

Accessibility

Visitors with walking difficulties and wheelchair users should use the east entrance if possible. The elevators may be occupied by a maximum of 2 guests (big red and green). Waiting markings and signs will be placed in front of the lifts with the request to use the stairs. It is pointed out in advance that the lifts are only to be used by people with walking difficulties, as capacity is severely limited.


 

TEMPODROM

Photo: Kai Bienert

The following, newly updated rules and regulations apply to all visitors of Tempodrom:

Requirements for admission

For admission to the Tempodrom you will need a valid identity document with (!) photograph, a medical face mask (certificates are not permitted!), and one of the following three forms of proof:

  1. A negative SARS-CoV antigen test certificate, which must not be older than 24 hours at the end of the event.
  2. Proof of completed vaccination-immunisation, e.g. an entry in the vaccination card proving that you have been fully (!) vaccinated for at least 14 days. OR
  3. A valid anti-body test certificate or a medical or official notification if you have been infected with SARS-CoV in the past 6 months, whereby your illness dates back at least 28 days.

Please note that we cannot make any exceptions in this regard due to government regulations.

The following regulations apply to children and young people:

  • Children 6 years and older must either be tested, fully vaccinated or recovered and wear a medical mask. 
  • Children present their student ID or other identification document upon entry.
Admission, social distancing and masks
  • Due to the admission control we ask for timely appearance.
  • Please avoid queues where possible and follow the signs and distance markings on site. 
  • The minimum distance of 1.5 m from other persons must be maintained at all times.
  • In the building and on the forecourt of the Tempodrom, masks are compulsory, i.e. a medical face mask must be worn. The mask can only be removed at your own seat.
Catering
  • Food and drinks are to be consumed at your seat only.
Bringing bags



 

Villa Elisabeth

Photo: Stefan Melchior
  • Tickets are available online in the DSO webshop or at DSO's Visitor Service. 

  • In addition to the ticket, you will need a valid ID document with (!) photo, an FFP2 mask (OP masks and certificates are not permitted), as well as one of the following three proofs for admission:

    1. A negative SARS-CoV antigen test certificate from a test centre certified by the state of Berlin from the same day OR

    2. Proof of completed vaccination-immunisation, e.g. an entry in the vaccination card proving that you have been fully (!) vaccinated for at least 14 days. OR

    3. A valid anti-body test certificate or a medical or official notification if you have been infected with SARS-CoV in the past 6 months, whereby your illness dates back at least 28 days.
     

  • Please note that we cannot make any exceptions in this regard due to government regulations.

  • Mouth and nose protection: Please follow the obligation to wear an FFPS mask even when seated during the concert.

  • The safety distance of 1.5 m between the visitors must be maintained at all times. Free seats and rows of seats ensure that the distances in the hall are maintained.

  • There are no cloakrooms, so please do not bring larger items of luggage. Bags larger than DIN A4 are not allowed. Jackets and overcoats can be placed on the seats of the unused chairs.

  • When buying tickets you must leave your contact details.  

  • Concert goers must carry a current identity card or an appropriate official document such as a passport with them.

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Haus des Rundfunks

Photo: Oliver Ziebe

The following rules apply to the children's concerts in the Haus des Rundfunks:

  • Tickets are available online in the DSO webshop or at DSO's Visitor Service. 
  • In addition to the ticket, you will need a valid ID document with (!) photo, an FFP2 mask (OP masks and certificates are not permitted), as well as one of the following three proofs for admission:

    1. A negative SARS-CoV antigen test certificate from a test centre certified by the state of Berlin from the same day OR

    2. Proof of completed vaccination-immunisation, e.g. an entry in the vaccination card proving that you have been fully (!) vaccinated for at least 14 days. OR

    3. A valid anti-body test certificate or a medical or official notification if you have been infected with SARS-CoV in the past 6 months, whereby your illness dates back at least 28 days.
  • Children: The 3G rule does not apply to children up to the age of 6 and pupils attending schools as defined by the Berlin School Act, including second-chance educational institutions. Proof is provided in the form of a pupil ID card or BVG card.
  • Visitors who have had contact with someone suffering from COVID-19 in the last 14 days or who are suffering from an upper respiratory tract infection themselves, as well as persons with symptoms of a respiratory tract infection of any severity, are not allowed to enter the Broadcasting House. This cannot be circumvented by a negative test result, proof of full vaccination or convalescent status.
  • Please note that we cannot make any exceptions in this regard due to government regulations. Proof of identity will be checked at the entrance. In addition, the contact details of all attendees will be recorded (via app or on paper) in accordance with the Infection Protection Regulations. Due to the admission checks, we would like to ask you to arrive in good time.
  • Mouth and nose protection: It is compulsory to wear an FFP2 mask in the entire House des Rundfunks. The mask can be removed at the seat.
  • The safety distance of 1.5 m between the visitors must be maintained at all times. When seated in the hall, there is no need to keep distances between different households. Of course, despite everything, you can distribute your seats so that there is some "air" between them. 
  • Ventilation: The hall has a mechanical ventilation system with processed fresh air without recirculation, the minimum distance can therefore be reduced and the obligation to wear masks can be waived.
  • To avoid queues, cloakroom drop-off is waived. The cloakroom can be hung over the back of your seat or placed on an empty seat in the hall.
  • When buying tickets you must leave your contact details.  
  • Concert goers must carry a current identity card or an appropriate official document such as a passport with them

Kühlhaus Berlin (2G)

Foto: k.A.

Due to the characteristics of the location the concert in the Kühlhaus Berlin will take place according to the 2G regulation. Admission is only possible with proof of a completed vaccination-immunisation or a convalescent status. A negative test is not sufficient.

Please note that we cannot make any exceptions in this regard due to government regulations. Please only book a ticket if you can provide proof of this. Thank you for your understanding!

You will find more information here soon.

Selected Concerts in September and October