About the Festival

Musikmesse Festival – it’s my tune

It’s my tune

More than 50 concerts in over 30 locations. Even in its first year, the Musikmesse Festival presents a huge variety of music.

During Musikmesse, Frankfurt is set to become a musical metropolis. Big names such as Al Jarreau, Laith Al-Deen and Eisbrecher will be introducing themselves, as will newcomers in almost all musical spheres. The Festival is a project, which has many partners: Musikmesse itself, clubs and associations in the region, regional event organisers, promotional initiatives, sponsors and instrument manufacturers.

Not only does the Festival take place at the usual locations that one might expect; public spaces are also used as part of the ‘Street Tunes’ initiative; there is to be a Festival Lounge in the ‘Zukunftspavillon’ (Pavilion of the Future) on the Goetheplatz and some of the concerts will be taking place at the Fair and Exhibition Centre.

THE FESTIVAL TICKET
Two ways to get a Festival ticket


1. FESTIVAL TICKET FOR ALL VISITORS AT MUSIKMESSE:

The Festival ticket – which consists of a Festival wrist band and a Festival voucher – is offered free of charge for visitors to Musikmesse. It can be collected from the information points at the Exhibition Centre during Musikmesse.

2. FESTIVAL TICKET AT THE TICKET OFFICE

Those who are not attending Musikmesse can buy a ticket at the ticket office of all participating venues. It costs € 15.00 and comes, additionally, with a voucher for discounted admission to Musikmesse. The Festival ticket cannot be purchased on its own in advance.

BENEFITS AVAILABLE WITH THE FESTIVAL TICKETS
The Festival ticket consists of a Festival wrist band and a Festival voucher.

There are various different levels of price reduction for individual events. In some cases, admission is free with a Festival ticket, in others there is a specific reduction. The relevant price reductions are listed in the programme brochure and on the internet.

Admission by Festival ticket and the availability of the reduction is subject to the ticket office at the individual event venue still having free places. The local organisers of concerts may refuse entry if, for instance, the concert has already begun.