Is re:publica 2024 accessible?

re:publica wants to be inclusive for everyone. We design the festival grounds to be as accessible as possible and provide a variety of help and support. Unfortunately, however, not all barriers can be removed. For more information on accessibility, please have a look at the site plan and check out our sustainability page.

Most of the festival site at STATION Berlin is wheelchair accessible. A lift must be used to get to Hall 5. Hall 8 is unfortunately not barrier-free. Due to the cobblestones and a difficult angle of inclination, we are currently working on a barrier-free solution for the transition to Deutsches Technikmuseum.

The programme on Stages 1 + 2 will be simultaneously interpreted into German and English. In addition to transcription, a team of sign language interpreters will be on duty on Stage 1 on all days of the event. After the event, we will upload all recordings of the Stage 1 sessions with sign language translation to YouTube.

People with disabilities can invite one accompanying person to re:publica free of charge. In exceptional cases, they can bring more than one person or different accompanying persons on different days. To do so, select the category "Reduced with accompanying person" in our ticket shop. More info here.