Festivals in Munich: The Long Night of Music, April 30 Photo: Facebook

Festivals in Munich: The Long Night of Music, April 30

By  Thursday, 17.3.2016, 08:54    Festivals in Munich

What is the Long Night of Music?

Once a year, hundreds of concerts are on offer at over 100 venues spread throughout the entire city starting at 8 pm and lasting until 3am. The Long Night of Music 2016 is set for Saturday, April 30 and will include over 400 concerts. Not just the large concert houses take part; small music stages, bars, museums, dance halls and even churches also open their doors to the public. But they all have one thing in common: the music is played live. Munich Transit MVG Shuttle Buses provide a link the venues and leave every 10 minutes.


Tickets cost 15 € and are valid for entrance to all participating venues as well as for travel on MVG Shuttle Buses. The “Kombi -ticket” comes as a bracelet worn on the attendee’s wrist on the evening of the event. Tickets acquired in advance will be exchanged for bracelets at the first ticket box you visit.

Where can I get tickets?

On the evening: There will be a box office at the Odeonsplatz (opening at 10 am) and at every venue (opening at 8 pm). The Odensplatz is the central location of the Long Night of Music.

Price: 15 €. Pay at the first venue you visit. Afterwards, just show your bracelet.

Advance sales: At all venues and partners (price 15 €).

Online orders are possible up to 10 days ahead of the event from muenchenticket.de.



The venues have been arranged in the program booklet based on their geographical location along four routes, and all have been given numbers. You can download the booklet from Muenchner.de as a PDF file. You’ll find a list with all the part taking venues of which some have already announced their programmes and schedules for the day. If you are new to Munich, the Long Night of Music is the perfect way to get around the city and start looking for your future favourite spots.

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