Evening tickets are great to get a taste of re:publica 2020 and MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin! Experience the evening and party programme with concerts, events and keynotes! Admission for evening tickets is at 6pm.
Evening tickets are available during presale as well as at the box office on site.
Please note: The evening and party programme is fully included in regular tickets, of course.
pre:publica takes place on "Day 0" one day before the grand opening.
Our accreditation desks and the courtyard of STATION Berlin will be accessible from 4pm until 9pm (partners from noon). It's the perfect opportunity to get your wrist band early before the big run on the first day, meet old acquaintances and see new faces. Grab a drink at the bar and get in the mood for the upcoming days!
No, our volunteers will be given a ticket to re:publica as a thank you for helping out (among other things). Registration for volunteers starts in spring.
We try to implement as much content as possible in English to enable an International audience to attend and participate at re:publica. To have a rough idea of how many sessions and content will be in English: It was about 35% in 2019, in 2018 40% and in 2017 even 50% of all sessions were presented in English - plus numerous workshops, concerts and installation art. We aim to raise that percentage for this year's edition.
We offer simultaneous translations for stage 1 and stage 2 — that's our biggest stages — for all sessions that are being held in German and English.
This means: If a session on stage 1 is held in German there will be a live translation available in English (via headphones). Also, if a session is held in English we have live translators for German as well.
We will mark the language that will be used, as well, if there is a live translation in our final programme schedule, which will be available about 8 weeks before the event.
Early Bird (limited availability)
Standard: € 149.00
Business: € 529.00 *
Reduced: € 69.00 **
Regular I (until February 29, 2020)
Standard: € 225.00
Business: € 695.00 *
Reduced: € 115.00 **
Regular II (from March 1, 2019)
Standard: € 235.00
Business: € 735.00 *
Reduced: € 125.00 **
All Standard, Business and Reduced Tickets grant access to re:publica 2020 and MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin.
All prices include 19% VAT and handling costs. Our partner Xing-Events will provide you with an invoice for each purchase, however only Business Tickets may be ordered paid for by invoice.
You can order tickets online until 11:55 pm on May 4th, 2020, unless re:publica is sold out by that point of time. 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 STATION Berlin, that is, if tickets are still available. Please follow our Twitter account for updates. Box office prices on site will be higher.
* Business Tickets offer a lot more than Standard and Reduced tickets! Please see "What are the benefits of buying a Business Ticket?" for more information.
** 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. More information: "What do I need to prove eligibility for discounted/reduced tickets?"
We originally introduced Early Bird Tickets as “Blogger Tickets” and we still see them as such.
"Blogger Tickets" were intended as a “Thank You!” to our community that made re:publica what it is today. This is why we kindly ask companies and those who don’t necessarily ‘need’ to purchase tickets at reduced prices to choose regular priced tickets instead. Thank you!
- Fastlane at the entrance
No long queuing: There will be special accreditation counters for business ticket holders.
- On-site: A re:publica representative at the business lounge
A re:publica team member is available at the business and speaker lounge to assist you in case of questions.
- Payment via invoice
Ordering tickets via invoice often simplifies internal processing for larger companies and their employees. Business tickets can be conveniently ordered and paid by invoice.
- Access to business and speaker lounge
If you would like to escape the festival hustle of re:publica, as a business ticket holder you have the opportunity for relaxed discussions in a quiet atmosphere in the centrally located business and speaker lounge. You might also have the chance to meet speakers of the re:publica and MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin. Hospitality
- Catering on all three days of the event
Four meals (breakast, lunch, cake, evening snack) are are included in the business ticket and are served at our lounge. All hot dishes are freshly prepared in the kitchen of the STATION Berlin. Of course we will also be offering vegetarian and vegan options.
- Soft drink, coffee and tea flatrate
Drinks are included at the business and speaker lounge.
- Guided Tours
New to re:publica? Looking for the most exciting sessions, the most popular meeting places and real insider tips? Don't miss anything! We will be offering guided tours for business ticket holders.You will get to find out what re:publica is all about in small groups.
- Three evening tickets included
Share the re:publica 2020 experience with friends, business partners, or colleagues! Business ticket holders will receive three additional evening tickets (via ticket codes) for free entry from 6 pm onwards.
Share a ticket: Tickets are personalized and cannot be shared with others.
Transfer a ticket: You may transfer your ticket once to another person using the link in the email confirming your ticket purchase. The deadline for transferring tickets is 4 May 2020.
You can’t make it to re:publica after all and would like to transfer or sell your ticket to someone else instead? Or you want to give a re:publica ticket to someone as a gift?
No worries! Use the link provided in the email confirming your ticket purchase. Please note that transfers can only be done once and only until 4 May 2020. If you are transferring a ticket that is not meant as a gift, it is up to you and the new recipient to work out the payment details.
If you have any further questions don't hesitate to get in touch via ticket (at) re-publica.com.
Ticket cancellation is only possible for privately held tickets and must be done no later than two weeks before the start of the event; until 21 April 2020, 11:59pm. Cancellation fees are 5.95 EUR plus handling fees.
As an example, the overall cancellation fee for Standard Tickets (225.00 EUR) is a total of 13.31 EUR. The amount for other tickets may differ. The remaining amount is automatically returned to the original payment method. This can take up to four weeks, depending on the payment method.
You will find a link to cancel your ticket in the email confirming your ticket purchase. If you can not find that email anymore, please reach out to the support team of XING Events via support (at) xing-events.com.
Want to avoid cancellation fees? It is also possible to sell your ticket and have the name on the ticket changed to the new owner. Please see “How do I transfer my ticket to another person?” on our FAQ page for details.
Our partner—XING-Events—automatically issues 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 made a mistake entering your details, please get in touch via ticket (at) re-publica.com
Paying by invoice is available for Business Tickets only.
Easy! Please show your valid student ID or other official form of documentation (valid at the time of your ticket purchase) at our accreditation desks. The name on your student ID or other form of documentation should match the one on your ticket. If that is not the case please contact us in advance via ticket (at) re-publica.com.
- Students need a valid student ID with a photo or a current enrollment certificate and a photo ID
- Trainees (in German: "Auszubildene" and/or "Volontäre") need a written confirmation of their employer
- Recipients of "ALG II" need to present their “Berlinpass“ or a written and official notification of approval
(Please note: Recipients of "ALG I" are not entitled to purchase reduced tickets)
- Retirees (as well as people over 65 years of age) need to present a pension card or photo ID
- People with disabilities need to present their certificate of disability or a confirmation from re:publica (via ticket (at) re-publica.com)
Please note: The degree of a disability is not relevant for re:publica
- Employees and members of NGOs and non-profit organizations please have a look at "Is there a special ticket rate for NGOs and non-profit organizations?"
Yes! Your student ID (or certificate of registration) must have been valid between October 2019 and May 2020. For example, a student ID from this year's winter term (2019 / 2020) is alright but one from summer term 2019 cannot be accepted.
Yes! Groups of 10 or more can apply for tickets at the Early Bird rate of just 69.00 EUR per person. Please send us an email to ticket (at) re-publica.com for more information.
Yes! When ordering from an educational institution groups of 10 or more students can apply for tickets at our Early Bird rate of just 69.00 EUR per person. Please contact us via ticket (at) re-publica.com.
Yes. We offer special conditions for groups of 10 or more. Please send your inquiries for group tickets to ticket (at) re-publica.com.
|1 - 9||10 %*|
|10 - 49||10 %|
|50 - 99||15 %|
|100 - 500||20 %|
*NGOs only, please see "Is there a special ticket rate for NGOs and non-profit organizations?"
No worries, besides buying an Early Bird Ticket you have two options for attending re:publica—and they are both free!
▸ Become a Helping Hand
Before, during and after re:publica we rely on the support from volunteers. As a volunteer you will receive a Three-Day-Ticket in exchange for 8 hours of your help, including catering during your shift. Accreditation of Helping Hands will begin sometime around February 2020. Until then feel free to join our “Volunteer” Facebook group.
▸ Become a speaker
Our Call for Participation started on 15 October 2020. Use the opportunity to submit a talk, a workshop, a discussion panel or another form of action and thus apply to become a part of the re:publica 2020 programme.
Too late for an Early Bird Ticket? Check Twitter and/or Facebook  for posts of people offering their tickets to be resold at a fair price. Good luck!
(re:publica and republica GmbH are not responsible for privately resold tickets and/or the process of reselling.)
Until today we have never had to reject anyone who has applied to be a re:publica Volunteer. However, if more Volunteers apply than we actually need, we may have to reject a few applicants. If you do not want to run that risk, purchase a ticket now (and pass it on or resell it later).
Please note that we will not cover any cancellation fees should you be unable to sell your purchased ticket.
Children up to and including 15 years of age can enter free of charge. We may ask for a photo ID at the entry or accreditation desk. At re:publica 2020 we again plan to expand our offerings for parents and young children (e.g. quiet area, children's playground).
Please note that we recommend younger children to be accompanied by an adult at all times. See also "Can I bring an accompanying person to re:publica?".
Of course! The easiest way is buying a regular ticket for your companion.
But there are 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. Please contact us as soon as possible!
If you bring your child 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) re-publica.com no later than 24 April 2020.
- Other accompanying persons
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) re-publica.com as soon as possible!
Admission for accompanying persons can only be granted with a written confirmation from us. Please make sure to contact us early.
Yes! We assume that re:publica 2020, like its predecessors, will again qualify for educational leave in Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rheinland-Pfalz, Saarland, Berlin and Hamburg. Please read our how-to guide on last year's website.
We are constantly checking whether it's possible to add more federal states to our list. Unfortunately, since educational leave is a state matter, the procedures and requirements differ considerably from state to state.
We received over 1,100 submissions last year and our Programme Team had to reject quite a few. See the "Call for Participation" FAQ for more information.
No, unfortunately not. But you can resell and transfer your Early Bird Ticket at a later date to someone else, no problem. See "How do I transfer my ticket to another person?" for more.
The courtyard of STATION Berlin is only open to the public on day "0"—the "pre:publica". For all other days a regular ticket or an evening ticket is needed to enter.