Tickets for re:publica 2019 and MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin are here!
Anything unclear? Check our ticket FAQ (listed below) or write us an email to ticket at re-publica.com
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Early Bird (limited availability)
Standard: € 135,-
Business: € 495,- *
Reduced: € 65,- **
Regular (until February 28, 2019)
Standard: € 210,-
Business: € 680,- *
Reduced: € 105,- **
Regular (from March 1, 2019)
Standard: € 220,-
Business: € 710,- *
Reduced: € 110,- **
Tickets grant access to re:publica 2019 and MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin at the STATIONBerlin. All prices include 19% VAT and handling costs. Our partner Xing-Events will provide you with an invoice for each purchase.
You can order tickets online until 11:55 pm on May 4th, 2019. Please note: If you received at ticket code, you have to redeem that ticket code until that time, too. Afterwards you may still get your ticket at the counter at STATIONBerlin, that is, if tickets are still available. Please follow our Twitter account for updates. Box office prices on site will be higher.
* Including access to the speaker lounge on all three event days.
** Pupils, students, trainees, people on social welfare (“ALG II”), retirees (as well as people over 65) and people with disabilities are entitled to order a reduced ticket. You will be asked to show your student ID resp. other form of documentation at our accreditation desks. Please bring it with you.
After having adjusted ticket prices in 2018, there will be no price adjustments for 2019.
We originally introduced the Early Bird Tickets as “Blogger Tickets” and we still see them as their legitimate successors. Blogger Tickets were intended as a “Thank You!” to the community that made re:publica what it is today. This is why we expressly ask companies and those who don’t necessarily ‘need’ to purchase cheap tickets to refrain from acquiring Early Bird Tickets. Thank you!
▸ Access to the Business and Speaker’s Lounge
Those who want to escape re:publica’s festival hubbub can head to the centrally located Business, and Speaker’s lounge and use its calm atmosphere to conduct business or just hang out with old friends and new acquaintances and enjoy the catering with the re:publica and the MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin speakers.
▸ Catering during all three event days
Four meals (breakfast, lunch, afternoon cakes, snack in the evening) as well as soft drinks, coffee and tea are included in the Business Ticket and are available throughout the day in the lounge. All warm meals are freshly prepared at STATION Berlin kitchens and, of course, vegetarian options are also available.
Share a ticket: Tickets are personalized and cannot be shared by several people.
Transfer a ticket: You may transfer your ticket once to another person using the link in your ticket email. The deadline for this is May 4th, 2019.
It turns out that you can’t make it to re:publica after all and so you would like to transfer or sell your ticket to someone else? Or you want to give a re:publica ticket to someon as a a gift?
Not a problem. Use the link provided in your confirmation e-mail, that was sent to you right after your ticket purchase. Please note that transfers can only be done until May 4th, 2019. If the ticket to be transferred is not a gift, then it is up to you and the new recipient to work out your own payment method.
If you have any further questions, simply send a short e-mail to: ticket at re-publica.com.
Ticket cancellation is only possible for privately held tickets and must be doneuntil May 4th, 2019. Cancellation fees are € 5,95 plus handling fees. As an example, the overall cancellation fees for a Standard Ticket (€ 210,-) are a total of about €12,81. The amount for other tickets may differ. The remaining amount is then automatically returned to the original payment method.
You will find a link to cancel your ticket in your order confirmation that you received after your order. If you can not find that email, please contact the Xing-Events-Team via support at xing-events.com.
To save cancellation fees, it is also possible to sell a ticket you already purchased and have the name on the ticket changed accordingly. In that case, check the FAQ “How do I transfer my ticket to another person”?
Our partner, Xing-Events, will automatically issue an invoice upon purchase. Required data will be requested during the ordering process in the step “order data”. If you have any further questions or if you encounter an spelling error, please get in touch via ticket at re-publica.com
Sadly, no: We won’t be offering day passes for re:publica 2019 f.
Fairly Simple: You will be asked to show your valid (= at the time of your ticket purchase) student ID resp. other official form of documentation at our accreditation desks. Please have it ready. The name on your student ID resp. other form of documentation should match the one on your ticket. Contact us via ticket at re-publica.com, if that's not the case.
- Pupils/students need a valid student ID with a photo or a current enrollment certificate and a photo ID
- trainees need a written confirmation of their employer
- ALG II recipients can show the “Berlinpass“ or a written ALG II-confirmation
- Retirees (as well as people over 65 years of age) show a pension card or photo ID
- People with disabilities need an handicapped ID or a confirmation from re:publica (via ticket at re-publica.com)
Yes. Your student ID must have been valid between November 2018 and May 2019. For example, a student ID from winter semester 2018/19 is all right, but one from summer 2018 cannot be accepted.
Yes! For groups from 10 school children via ticket at re-publica.com. If a group is larger and/or consists of pupils both over and under the age of 16, please contact us via ticket at re-publica.com as well..
Yes! For groups from 10 students please contact us via ticket at re-publica.com.
Yes, we offer special conditions for groups from 10 persons. Please send your inquiries for group tickets to ticket at re-publica.com.
No worries, besides buying an Early Bird Ticket you have to two options for attending #rp19 – and they are both free!
▸ Become a helping hand
Before, during and after re:publica we are depending on the support from volunteer helpers. As a helper you will receive a Three-Day-Ticket in exchange for 8 hours of your help, including catering during your shift. The helping hands accreditation will begin around February 2019. Until then, feel free to join our “Helping Hands” Facebook group.
▸ Become a speaker
Our Call for Participation started October 15th, 2018. It will give you the chance to submit a talk, a workshop, a discussion panel or another form of action and thus apply to be part of the re:publica 2019 programme.
Until today we have never had to reject anyone who has applied to be a re:publica helping hand. However, if more helping hands apply this time than we need, it might be the case that we will have to reject a few applicants. If you do not want to run that risk, purchase a ticket now and sell it on later. Watch out: We will not cover any cancellation fees, if you are unable to sell your purchased ticket.
Children up to and including 15 years of age have free admission. We may ask for an photo ID of older looking children at the entry or accreditation. We will extend our offerings for parents and young children (e.g. quiet area, children's playground) even more at re:publica 2019.
Please note that we recommend younger children to be accompanied by an adult at all times. See also "Can I take an accompanying person to the re:publica? ?"
Of course! The easiest way is buying a regular ticket for your companion.
But there are also other options as well:
▸ Assistants for people with disabilities
re:publica wishes to be accessible for all people, which is why we make an effort to make re:publica as accessible as possible, with low barriers, offering assistance wherever we can. Individuals with disabilities may bring an accompanying person to re:publica. An accompanying person must not necessarily be specified in your ID. Please contact us in advance via ticket at re-publica.com, stating your ticket number and a brief explanation or evidence of your accompanying person in your ID.
▸ “Nanny” accompaniments
If you bring your child with you to re:publica, it may be possible to receive a special ticket for childcare helpers (e.g. grandparents, parents, close friends). Please contact us via ticket at republica.com.
▸ Other accompaniments
At re:publica, all participants should feel comfortable and safe at all times. If you need an accompanying person or accompanying animal, please contact us via ticket at republica.com.
Admission for accompanying persons can only be granted with a written confirmation from us. So please make sure to contact us early.
Yes! We assume that the #rp18, like it’s predecessors, will again qualify for educational leaves in Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rhineland-Palatinate, the Saarland, Berlin and Hamburg. We will publish a how-to guide on our website soon.
We are constantly checking whether we could add more federal states to our list. Unfortunately, since educational leave is a state matter, the procedures and requirements differ considerably from each other
We received about 1000 submissions last year. Our programme team had to reject quite a few. See the Call for Pariticpation FAQ for more.
No, unfortunately not. But you can resell and transfer your Early Bird Ticket at a later date to someone else, no problem.
In 2019, the yard will not be accessible on the days of the event without a ticket.
For the well being of the animal and for safety reasons, dogs and other animals are not allowed.
We will check the bags of our attendees at the entrance. Large bags and suitcases may not be taken into STATIONBerlin and must be stored in our free suitcase wardrobe. Bags that are supposed to be taken inside should not be larger than a “laptop” backpack.
▸ Glass bottles
Large glass bottles may not be taken into the venue.
▸ Pyrotechnics, Weapons
Pyrotechnics and Weapons are not allowed.
Questions? Problems? We are happy to help you via ticket at republica.com