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At the Volksoper Wien the motto is: You can grow old later!

For everyone under 30, the whole range of our repertoire is available at particularly low prices. This makes it even easier for teenagers and young adults to attend performances at the Volksoper Wien:

For selected dates, which are specially marked in the monthly schedule, we offer tickets at € 12,- already from the first day of advance booking!

U30 Tickets advanced booking

  • Simply register for the Volksoper Under 30 offer,
  • select a Under 30 performance from the programme,
  • book online and enjoy musical theatre at a low price.

The offer is valid for max. 1 ticket per performance, only online and only for registered users.

This is how you can register for the Volksoper Under 30 offer:

You already have an account for purchasing tickets online?
Then please send us a scan/photo of your ID and your e-mail address for online ticket purchase to info@volksoper.at.

You don't have an account for purchasing tickets online yet?
Please register here and then send us a scan/photo of your ID and your e-mail address for online ticket purchase to info@volksoper.at.

Please note that the first and last name must match the name on the ID card and that each ID card can only be registered once. 

Remaining tickets at the box office

You are anxious to commit and don't want to decide early? Starting one hour before the performance, you can buy remaining tickets for all performances that are not sold out at the Volksoper box office for € 12,-.

Please bring your ID with you.

Excluded from this are premieres, the New Year's Eve evening performance, guest performances and special events.


U30 performances

On these dates you can take advantage of our U30 offer, after prior registration:

September

Die Fledermaus
Operetta by Johann Strauß
September 6, 2022

Die Dubarry
Operetta by Carl Millöcker / Theo Mackeben
September 7, 2022

La Cenerentola
Opera by Gioacchino Rossini
September 16, 2022

Kontrapunkte
Ballets by Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, Merce Cunningham, Hans van Manen
September 21, 2022