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100 years of Mozartfest Würzburg 2021

Germany’s oldest Mozart festival celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2021. The centenary season opens on 28 May and continues through to 27 June 2021 under the patronage of the Bavarian Minister President Dr. Markus Söder. The 100 years of the Mozartfest will be celebrated in a multi-facetted programme, including all the Fest’s milestones and turning points, but also reflecting present-day innovations. The history of Mozart’s influence is examined from various perspectives and in a variety of event formats. As in the early days of the Mozartfest, the aim is to celebrate the polyphony of the arts: the visual arts, architecture, music, dance, literature.

In what form it will be possible to stage the events is not yet clear, and the Mozartfest has modified its ticket sales system accordingly. Binding advance ticket orders will be accepted from 4 December 2020 (through submission of an order form, or online. The webshop is currently not available for ticket orders. It will not be possible to send out ticket confirmations and invoices until eight weeks before the start of the festival. The tickets will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis, using the best-seat principle.

The Mozartfest ticket office at Würzburg Rathaus will open on 14 December 2020 to take phone calls and binding advance ticket orders, and answer in-person queries. Due to the current corona situation, please if possible contact the ticket office by phone if you would like to order tickets and obtain advice in person. Tickets cost between Euro 5 and Euro 185. Pupils, trainees and students receive a 50 % discount on regular tickets, and last-minute tickets at a standard price of Euro 12.

The program press conference of December 4 can be found on our YouTube channel:

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